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Trail Running Women

Jun 13, 2019

Kaytlyn is an ultrarunner and bioengineer, who got tricked into starting distance running by enrolling in a 2-credit PE class in college. Thanks to that class she eventually ran her first road marathon in Wisconsin. After moving to Seattle she in love with the trails and mountains in the PNW, and quickly got hooked on...

Jun 6, 2019

After Vanessa's 2nd baby was born, she decided it was time to run her first 50km. Her journey wasn't an easy one. She couldn't train during pregnancy with a subchorionic haematoma, and once she began running postpartum she was quickly stopped by pubic symphysis diastasi. She tells her story of her first 50km made...

May 30, 2019

Dena had to overcome some of the toughest things a child could go through. Instead of letting it get her down, she found running and became one of the most positive and inspirational people I've spoken to. The mom of 8 recently finished 2 x 200mile races that were 11 days apart, coming in 3FOA and 2OA /2F. Oh, and did...

May 23, 2019

This episode of Trail Tips covers Tory's return to racing, how snug her speed goggles fit, and another batch of listener questions.

We chat about how to run downhill fast, what happens if you miss a week of training, and what to do if your watch won't last as long as your race. 

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May 16, 2019

Kristine is fearless. In 2006 she decided she would hike up Machu Picchu alone, so she did. In 2008 she moved to BC and became obsessed with hiking. Shortly after she created the insta handle @hikesnearvancouver and it blew up overnight. Once she realized those hikes could be done while running, she knew she had to...