Inside the mind of an Ultimate champion (with photos)

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At ENDURrun, we try to celebrate our champions. We did a fun photoshoot with our winners Robert and Valery today, and asked them some questions along the way. It’s so easy for us to publish their stories because the humble drive they share certainly resonates with the community. Robert Brouillette is a prolific ENDURrun champion,… Read more »

New policy for an Ultimate cap environment

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With only 5 Ultimate spots remaining for ENDURrun 2019, this is new and exciting ground for us. The 75 participant limit was asked for by the community in 2014, and we believe it is still an appropriate number for you to be able to expect the authentic ENDURrun experience in 2019. We want to give… Read more »

2019 Relay registration is now open

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We are excited to launch registration for our 2019 Relay Team division. With Ultimate division growing, the Relay takes on a new importance as the most important way for new-to-ENDURrunners to get involved as a participant. Round up your teammates and start training! A Relay team is 2-7 individuals who will each run one or… Read more »

A toast to ENDURrunners

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One week later, we’re still reeling with Post-ENDURrun Syndrome (PES). The best way to combat that is to send some thank yous out to the individuals and groups who make this project so much fun. This particular moment is one of the high points in the history of ENDURrun, and so here’s a toast to… Read more »

Celebrating our #OneToughRunners

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ENDURrun is an ultimate individual accomplishment. So much of the event is narrated by the incredible strength of the community, and rightly so. But that doesn’t take away from the essential component of incredible performances and experiences by individuals. We took a moment to use our powerful photography and mediocre photoshop skills to put together… Read more »

Robert and Valery are your 2018 ENDURrun Champions

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The 16th ENDURrun ended with a bang. Full marathon results | Full cumulative results Women The Stage 7 finish was a repeat of 2017, when 2nd place Catherine Desrosiers came through first, but only by enough to close the gap to Vicki Zandbergen to 6:36. This year, it was Robyn Collins who won the marathon… Read more »

What to watch for at the ENDURrun 2018 marathon

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Can’t sleep? Neither can we. Here are some of the storylines we’re looking forward to in the Stage 7 marathon.   Who will be the most improved? This is a tough one, with so many to choose from. After Stage 6, the top 5 are: Rebecca sits 1:18:13 ahead of her 2017 Wilf sits 1:14:42… Read more »

Six down

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How is the week almost over … already? The tricky part about ENDURrun week is to live in the moment. 8 days and 160 kms seem (and really are) long, but the reality is that it flies by so fast. Stage 6 is a sneaky one. (Full results). It’s a flat 10k sandwiched between a… Read more »

Stage 6 Start Order 2018

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Time your race preparations with this projected start order. The 10 KM Time Trial (TT) starts one runner each minute, in reverse order to their seed time, which is determined from previous results and expected finish times. Dropouts and no-shows may still adjust the start times by up to 10 minutes from the Estimated Start Time… Read more »

Historic Stage 5

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Not since 2006 has the gold jersey been snatched at Stage 5. But that’s what happened today as Valery Hobson ran a strong personal best in slippery conditions. She picked up enough time on the final three laps to surge into a 7:00 overall lead. Robyn Collins raced for the first time at Chicopee and now finds… Read more »