Keeping time at a 100 miler 2

When the Wasatchspeedgoats run a 100 mile trail race, they race the clock to win down time. Always try to keep your d/t under 60 minutes for 100 miler. WSG Training tip: keep moving and never sit down at an aid station. Bahaha!! Two scrapes!


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  • Run far

    Aid stations make all of the difference. My first year at the Wasatch my time in aid stations totaled 3 hours; no naps. I reached the Homestead 90 seconds after the cutoff; a painful way to DNF. The next year I cut my d/t by more than half. I finished more than 8 hours faster than the previous year.