A Wet Potomac Heritage 50km - Results Available

The weather was not that bad at the Potomac Heritage 50km. Yes, there was rain, but it wasn't too hard. Also, it was not too cold. But the streams were high and the mud on the trail got a bit squishy.


Kerry's report and results are now available.


The event was great as usual. A well-marked course and great aid stations. The post race festivities were up to the usual high standard of our hostess, Kerry.


A big thank you to Kerry and all of her volunteers!


Report and Results | PHT Web Page

The Turtle and The Bear

Here's another story about another VHTRC adventure in Shenandoah National Park organized by Gary Knipling, VHTRC's resident naturalist.

Human Body Meant to Run?

An interesting article in the NY Times. The Human Body is Built for Distance

The Wild Oak Trail 100

A small group or runners participated in the Wild Oak Trail 100, fall version, the "Hot TWOT" on October 10. As happens frequently, no one finished. Results and photos

Sean Andrish wins Wild Duluth 100K

Steve Core reported that Sean won the Wild Duluth 100K today (October 17) in 10:52. Wild Duluth website.


Brad Hinton (11:21), Vince Bowman (11:22) and Karsten Brown (11:54) led the 28 runners who started the SMUT 50 on October 17 at 7:00 am under cloudy skies and cool temperatures. Michele Harmon was the first woman to finish in 14:30. 17 runners ultimately finished this inaugural event that, according to Brad Hinton, is "a 50 miler than runs like a 100K." Photos: Quatro Hubbard's | Sophie Speidel's | Steve Pero's| Steve Pero's report on his blog

Oil Creek 100

Jim Harris reports:


"A handful of VHTRC individuals were at the inaugural Oil Creek 100 Trail Runs this past Saturday [October 10] - Bob Combs, Margie Hughes, Brian Musick, Hunt Bartine, Tom Sperduto (first 100) and I. Probably others that I missed. Great race. Technical course with over 17,000 feet of gain. Excellent first year event and Tom Jennings is to be commended for all of his effort as a first time RD."

Event Web site

Quad State Quad Buster - October 24

On October 24, the Quad State Quad Buster will return after a several year absence. This 40++ mile run takes you through four states in one day.  It is not for everyone. You will need to move relatively quickly to finish in the daylight.  More information

Ellen Komesarook Wins Andiamo

On October 10, Ellen Komesarook became the second woman to win the Andiamo 45 mile run outright. In the process, she shaved a few seconds off of Amanda Stickel's female course record. Thirteen people finished this traditional, but small, VHTRC event. Results and report

Arkansas Traveller 100

Steve Core reports: "VHTRC member Tom Simonds finished the Arknsas Traveller with a time of 26:57:20. He ran the last eight hours under relentless, cold rain, and managed to finish 33rd overall!!" Results | Event Web site

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