Congratulations to Cam Baker. Cam became the first person to complete a Double Direction Ring, finishing both the clockwise and counterclockwise direction of the Massanutten Trail. Cam also posted the FKT for a double, besting Ryan Henry’s old record of 52 hours. (Ryan ran two loops, but both in the clockwise direction.) Finishing! Cam’s finishing […]
On Saturday, February 25, NEO Trail Club members David Peterman and Lloyd Thomas were among four runners to add their name to the list of finishers of the Ohiopyle 50k “Gate-to-eight, times two,” challenge. An overnight dusting of snow provided decent footing with cold temps on top of the ridges. The group ran together for […]
The 2012 Iditarod Trail Invitational begins this Sunday, February 26. The Iditarod Trail Invitational follows the historic Iditarod Trail. The famous sled dog route runs 1000 miles through frozen Alaska every March since 1973 in memory of those brave individuals who brought the important serum to Nome in 1925 during a diphterie outbreak. Using bicycles […]
Congratulations to Courtney Russell. Courtney is training for a road marathon and got in some speed work today. Courtney finished second in her age group, in 22.22. Nice work!
Jim Harris joins a very small club of individuals who managed to run 4 loops of The Wild Oak Trail in Virginia, February 10-11. This is 104 miles. Mile 90. Coming off trail from Big Bald Knob Mtn Best pic to sum up 90 miles of TWOT Jim at Mile 90; 19 degrees and 25 […]
NEO Trail members Bill Losey, Bob Combs, and Mike Keller met up in Boulder, CO last Thursday to run up Green Mountain. Much talk of other NEO members exploits (sending good wishes to Slim, King Paul, and Kimba at TWOT) was had, and we even avoided being eaten by mountain lions.
Bob Combs, Bill Losey and Mike Keller atop Green Mountain near Boulder, CO. 8144 elevation, roughly a 3000 foot climb in 3 miles from the trailhead to the summit.
King Paul Lefelhocz says to get your miles in to Jim Harris. You have till the 10th of February to get credit for your January miles. Don’t be late.
Heavy rain preceded in the days before the Rocky Raccoon 100 Mile Race. Bob Combs kept wading through the mud in possibly worse conditions ever to complete the race in 25 hours 40 minutes. Congratulations Bob!
NEOTC went 1-2 at the 6th annual Dirty Dog 10K+ on Saturday, February 4th.Eric Harris won the race in a time of 41:19.He was chased by Todd Hanks who was 2nd with a time of 43:22.Also participating from NEOTC was Pat Dillon in 47:38, Robert Clark in 56:42, and Barefoot Johnny Onder in 1:10:41.Newest NEOTC […]