Monthly Archives: May 2009

Ultrarunning on the Little Screen
on May 27
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We here at iRunFar.com have been out on the trails busily searching for new stories… that is when we haven’t


Orginal Buff Review
on May 21
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One interesting aspect of the Marathon des Sables is that each of the awards is named for a sponsor. I


iRunFar Road Trip Itineraries Spring/Summer 2009
on May 18
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As noted in last week’s iRunFar Goes Fulltime post, I’ll be touring the mountain west from late-June until at least


2009 MMT Photo Update
on May 17
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A lazy, hazy morning on the Shenandoah river Ferns along the “trail” into the Gap Creek aid station. (Can you


2009 MMT Update 5 – Evening Washout [Also, Karl Wins!]
on May 16
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iRunFar would like to give a hearty salute to those women and men still out on the Massanutten 100 course.


2009 MMT Update 4 – 211 East (58.1 miles)
on May 16
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At 2:34 this afternoon Karl Meltzer stormed through the unofficial aid station at 211 East (58.1). Less than 10 minutes


2009 MMT Update 3 – Gap Creek 1 (39.8 miles)
on May 16
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The 5.6 miles from Camp Roos to Gap Creek 1 (mile 39.8) ran tougher than usual today. A recent fire


2009 MMT Update 2 – Camp Roosevelt (34.2 miles)
on May 16
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Karl Meltzer (10:12) opened up his lead over Todd Walker and the field between Habron Gap (mile 24.7 – no


2009 MMT Update 1 – Shaw Gap (8.7 miles)
on May 16
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Todd Walker had the lead into the first aid station at Shaw Gap (8.7 miles) with Karl Meltzer just a


2009 Massanutten 100 – Men's Race Preview
on May 15
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This year’s MMT 100 men’s race is so competitive and so chock full of friends that we’ve put off writing