Thursday, July 29, 2010

Burning River 100 Volunteer Opportunity

If you are interested in helping out and volunteering at this weekend's Burning River 100 Mile Trail Run, please contact Maria at She is in charge of the Happy Days aid station (mile 64).

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Are you entered into YUT-C yet?


The 2010 Youngstown Ultra Trail Classic (YUT-C) 50K & 25K will take place in Mill Creek Park (Youngstown, OH) on Saturday, Sept. 18th.  Entry fees for both distances will go up after Sept. 1st, so make sure you get your entry in as soon as possible!  Click Here to see a list of current entrants.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Buckeye Trail 50K Results


Congrats to the following NEO Trail members for completing the Buckeye Trail 50K on Saturday...

Ron Ross  5:44:01  (26th overall)
TJ Hawk  6:13:45  (43rd overall)
Roy Heger  6:17:59  (55th overall)
Dave Peterman  6:32:51  (67th overall)
Kurt Osadchuk  6:43:53  (76th overall)
Carole Krus  7:07:02  (86th overall)
Tim Knapp  7:10:05  (90th overall)
Mark Anson  7:28:45  (96th overall)
Frank Dwyer  7:41:40  (106th overall)
Nick Billock  7:57:20  (112th overall)
Buck Itrale  8:26:22  (120th overall)
Joe Novicky  8:41:47  (123 overall)

Complete results will be posted here:

Friday, July 16, 2010

Buckeye Trail 50K Live Webcast


The Buckeye Trail 50K will take place tomorrow morning in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.  Click Here for a live race-day webcast or click here to visit the event website.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Run the Keweenaw 25K


Congrats to NEO Trail member Dan Bellinger for completing the “Run the Keweenaw 25K” in a time of 2:21:47 (2nd age group).  This trail race takes place in Copper Harbor, MI on difficult single-track mountain bike trails.  Click Here to visit the event website.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Hardrock 100 Miler

The 17th running of the Hardrock 100 Mile Endurance Run is scheduled to start at 6:00am tomorrow morning. This year the course will be run in the clockwise direction- a big loop through the San Juan Mountains of beautiful Colorado: Silverton - Ophir - Telluride - Ouray - Sherman - back to Silverton. 33,992 feet of climb and 33,992 feet of descent for a total elevation change of 67,984 feet with an average elevation of 11,186 feet - low point (7,680), high point (14,048).
Good luck to NEO Trail members, Bob Combs (bib #39) and Mike Dobies (bib #34)!!!
Click here for live tracking.