The inaugural Mount Baker Ultra. A gruelling 50 mile race with an ascent of Sherman Peak thrown in…
My fifth Badwater 135 across Death Valley. 2017
Alaska at its finest. The harrowing 2017 Iditarod Trail Invitational 390 miler. Beaten down by cold and mistakes. A real lesson in humility…
Photos by: JOE STILLER
Editing: SUSAN JOBE
The fast & furious 153 miles through Greek history….from the Acropolis to Sparta.
Rolling through the French Alps on Tailwind fumes using Mont Blanc as a roundabout…
Somedays don’t go the way you planned or wish, but that is no excuse to throw your hands in the air & abandon the race….forge on with the tools at hand & finish the job….
The epic Ronda del Cims race around the perimeter of Andorra…46,500′ of climbing over 106 miles…its a grind-fest!
The Arrowhead 135 winter race across the frozen tundra of northern Minnesota.
Dial up your ice age…
Australia’s iconic long distance ultra marathon of 240km (150 miles).
From the shining sea to the summit in the sky….
Wandering with wolves through the ancient Sawtooth Mountains of northern Minnesota.
One of the original hundo mile races…& still one of the toughest!
This race has earned it’s reputation as being a gruelling off-road trek with quad busting climbs & descents.
I am proud to say that it lives up to its reputation!
The storied Leadville 100. The infamous Hope Pass x 2. Its all here in gory detail…
The infamous Badwater Ultramarathon is a 135 mile footrace across Death Valley, USA…in the middle of summer.
I was fortunate enough to get an invite to run this race in 2013 as a rookie, to experience the sheer brutality of the “toughest footrace on earth”. It was an adventure i wont forget soon…or later.
The 120 mile Fat Dog trail ultra is run in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. The scenery is stunning but you pay for it through endless climbing & descent over the course of the race. Somewhere in the vicinity of +29,000 feet of elevation gain.
In a word, it is “Epic”….
The inaugural Badwater Salton Sea race was held in 2013. It starts by the surreal post-apocalyptic town of Salton City before heading into the desert & onwards to climb Palomar Mountain.
The race is a “Team Format”, meaning that 3 runners per team run the entire course together & must stay within 30′ of each other all the way.