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RESULTS: Where did you finish?
MEN'S RACE: Family tradition leads Marc Lauenstein to marathon championship
WOMEN'S RACE: Story, Weekend get-away yields another Pikes Peak title for Anita Ortiz ** Video, Interview with Anita
NOTES FROM THE TRAIL:Meningitis nearly kills runner who recovers to set age-group record
NEW TERRITORY: Kenyan runner steps out of comfort zone to place seventh
PIKES PEAK ASCENT
RESULTS: We have them here
PHOTOS: We have those, too. Lots of them
VIDEO: Start of Wave 1 ** Wave 2 ** Interview with Allie McLaughlin ** Top four men hit the summit
WOMEN'S RACE: McLaughlin leads Team USA to World Championship
MEN'S RACE: Sage Canaday takes care of business
SOLDIER OF FORTUNE: Eritrea's Azerya Teklay overcomes incredible adversity to run on world stage ... places second on Pikes Peak
PIKES PEAK ADVANCE COVERAGE
WORLD MOUNTAIN RUNNING CHAMPIONSHIP: Colorado Springs' Allie McLaughlin leads Team USA
WHO'S THE FASTEST?: Pikes Peak Ascent and Marathon Age Group and Overall Records
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Sage Canaday looking forward to another shot at Pikes Peak Ascent
MORGAN ARRITOLA'S PIKES PEAK PLANS:Enjoy the experience, run hard
PIKES PEAK OR BUST: Shannon Payne makes ready for the Pikes Peak Ascent
ASCENT CYCLING SERIES: Awards photos
ASCENT CYCLING 50: Photos
24 HOURS ON THE INCLINE: Brandon Stapanowich nails 22 Incline Ascents in 24 hours
This year marks the 6th time I've run/crawled/hiked up Pikes Peak for fun. The infamous 4 hour wall was missed by a little over a minute. It seems like the times I've been close (4:01:08 this year, 4:01:18 two years ago), it was partially a result of really bad leg cramps. I went out pretty fast as I got bogged down in the W's last year while attempting to hold back and save some for the top which I didn't think worked for me. This year my splits to top of W's, No-name and Barr Camp were…Continue
Thanks to my fellow wearers of Purple and Gold for blazing the trails with me this summer. We may not be the very fastest Marmots on the Mountain, but we may well be having the most fun.
Thanks to Brianne “Tough as Nails” Pierson for the saying: “If the bone ain’t showin’ just keep goin’” This girl is determination incarnate, who else even thinks of doing the Incline after racing a 10-Miler? Or running the Crags after the Ascent?
Thanks to Beagle for a one of…Continue
Posted by Mary Baldwin on August 18, 2014 at 8:30pm
I'd say august 16th and 17th are arguably two of the most highly anticipated pair of days for the MUT runners of our state. You've got the famous Leadville 100, TransRockies, and our own local yet internationally renowned Pikes Peak Marathon and Ascent.
I've run a bunch of races and I've had a lot of super cool and memorable experiences throughout high school, in college, and now post-collegiately, and this one undoubtedly makes my top 3. First and foremost, it was my first race in as…Continue
Posted by Shannon Payne on August 18, 2014 at 8:21pm
Race and the alarm was set for 4:15. I went to bed around 9:30 and woke up around 1:00, again at 3:00 and then the alarm rang at 4:15 as scheduled. I felt good, I felt refreshed and surprisingly I wasn’t nervous.
Breakfast was my normal oatmeal. I doubled checked my sweat check bag and all my other supplies and headed out the door at 6:00. Start line was already crowded and after some scouting by our awesome driver we had a prime spot and its 6:15, plenty of time before the…Continue
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