I want to have a better organized place for my ultra-results and provide links to each races report. So here it is, it will be edited over time. To read a report, just click on the races name and you’ll be taken to that races report.

2005
7.25.05: Wakely Dam 50K (NY): 7:57

2006
6.24.06: Rachel Carson 35 mi.(PA): 8:04
7.22.06: Wakely Dam 50K (NY): 7:02
9.24.06: Vermont 50 Miler (VT): 10:32
10.21.06: Breakers Nifty 50 Miler (RI): 10:05
11.18.06: JFK 50 Miler (MD): 9:47

2007
1.6-7.07: Disney’s Goofy Challenge 39.3 mi.(FL): 5:59
4.14.07: McNaughton Park 100 Miler (IL): 34:15
5.27.07: Pineland Farms 50K (ME): 5:35:15
6.9.07: Pittsfield Peaks 50 Miler (VT): 16:02
6.23.07: Pemi Loop Challenge 50K (NH): 10:14
7.21.07: Vermont 100 (VT): 23:19
9.1.07: Grand Teton 100 (WY): 30:44
9.30.07: Vermont 50 (VT): 10:06
11.10.07: Stone Cat Ale 50 Miler (MA): 10:34

2008
4.11.08: McNaughton Park 150 Miler (IL): 33:33 (100 Miles)
5.17.08: Massanutten 100 (VA): 32:09
6.14.08: Pittsfield Peaks 50 Miler (VT): 12:20
7.19.08: Vermont 100 (VT): 23:37
9.14.08: Pisgah 50K (NH): 6:31
9.28.08: Vermont 50 Miler (VT): 8:58
10.19.08: The Run Across New Hampshire 124 Mi: 31:50

2009
3.6.09: Pittsfield Snow Ultra (VT) 52.4 Miles: 15:07
4.12.09: McNaughton Park 150 Miler (IL): 36:15 (100 Miles)
5.16.09: Massanutten 100 (VA): 33:35
6.6.09: Pittsfield Peaks 50 Miler (VT): 12:27
7.19.09: Vermont 100 (VT): 23:27
9.27.09: Vermont 50 (VT): 10:14
10.17.09: The Run Across New Hampshire 118.5 Miles: 34:26

2010
3.27.10: Barkley Marathons (TN): 22 Miles 12:25
5.8.10: McNaughton in Vermont 100 (VT): 7:02 (30 Miles)
6.5.10: Pittsfield Peaks 50 Miler (VT): 11:22
6.26.10: Western States 100 (CA): 28:29
7.16.10: Vermont 100 (VT): 28:58
8.21.10: Leadville 100 (CO): 18:00 (61 Miles)
9.26.10: Vermont 50 (VT): 10:53
10.23.10: Sullivan Expedition 125 Miles (NH): 25:00 (61 Miles)


2011
3.5.11: Pittsfield Snowshoe 100 (VT): 32 Miles 22:22
7.17.11: Leadville Silver Rush 50 Miler (CO): 11:33
8.20.11: Leadville Trail 100 Miler (CO):
9.17.11: Steamboat 50 Miler (CO):

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4 thoughts

  1. Hey there John, I hope the recovery is coming along. Just looking at your catlogue of results it amazes me from the sheer endeavor of running numerous ultra events. Obviously ultra runners are of a different breed, and I tend to have this thought that once one gains a certain level of base physical fitness, the mental can help propel our bodies to complete numerous ultras in a given time frame.I guess the question I have is whether or not you feel that it was harder to arrive at that initial point of capability in attempting an ultra, or maintaining that level throughout a time frame of doing multiple events? I guess I am trying to wrap my head around the training and physical maintenance involved in a season of ultras. As a coach, I tell people who want to run a marathon there is a progression, and I have read up on ultra training plans, but it seems so blurry when it comes to sitting back and saying, “Okay, I am read to do an ultra”.Not sure if that ramble makes any sense! 🙂 But I’d be interested in your insight.Happy Trails,Rob

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  2. Rob,How it really all happened was me just trying to find ways to make a seemingly doable challenge, more challenging. In 2006, 3 fifty milers in 3 months, I thought then that that was pretty bad ass, when in reality… it’s no big deal. People do it all the time.. I continued to do it, 4 months in 2008 when I ran 100, 100, 50 and 100.Most of this “game” is mental. Thats where one really needs to do the work. If you live under the mentality, “I can do it” then anything is truly possible. Back to back months is tough, it takes some real planning, but its doable.I know a guy who in 2006 ran the VT100, Badwater and Lake Placid Ironman all in the same WEEK… Happy trails.SJ

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