All posts by Michael Lebowitz

Michael Lebowitz

is a writer, a photographer, and a runner in Eugene, Oregon. His grown children who have taught him damn near everything that works for him in his life. He writes and takes pictures because it's his way of telling stories. He runs because it reminds him that he's here. He has no idea where the writing comes from. Nor the images. But he starts with what he knows and he imagines the rest. Sometimes it starts as fact, sometimes fiction but it is always true.

2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning—Part 3: Excuse Me While I Kiss the Sky
2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning—Part 3: Excuse Me While I Kiss the Sky
on August 25, 2013
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A look at the third race in the 2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning, the Leadville 100, won by Grand Slam leader Ian Sharman.


2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning — Part Two: We Are Fairly Begun
2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning — Part Two: We Are Fairly Begun
on July 26, 2013
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A look at the Vermont 100 as past of the 2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning.


It’s All Tribal: The 2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning
It’s All Tribal: The 2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning
on July 6, 2013
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A look at the first race in the 2013 Grand Slam of Ultrarunning.


Two Women and a Hundred Miles: A Photo Essay
Two Women and a Hundred Miles: A Photo Essay
on October 19, 2012
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A photo essay of Jenn Shelton’s and Jenn Benna’s first and second place finishes at the 2012 Pine to Palm 100.


Running Before Daylight: Getting Clean and Staying Clean
Running Before Daylight: Getting Clean and Staying Clean
on May 2, 2012
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Michael Lebowitz’s journey from runner to addict to clean runner.