“There is nothing noble in being superior to some other man. The true nobility is being superior to your previous self”VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Tim Twietmeyer
“You can solve anything while out on a run, sometimes the run just has to be a little longer”VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Krissy Moehl
“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional.”VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Buddhist proverb
“This is my third 100 where somewhere around (Mile) 70 or 75 it just started to feel good. I warmed up finally, I guess.”VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Geoff Roes, after winning the 2010 WS100
“It’s all about patience, saving yourself for later”VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Jamie Donaldson
What went through your mind as you crossed the finish line the first time you won that race?
“Wow, I’m so thankful for the opportunity to sit down.”VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Anton Krupicka, on his first Leadville 100 win
“I just don’t think I’m built for running fifty miles,” I said. “Everyone is built for running,” he said.VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Christopher McDougall
You run Badwater because there’s something in you that wants to get out there, in the middle of nowhere, and think about something.
It’s a way of freeing yourself, getting back to what I really believe people
are supposed to be doing instead of relying so much on a bunch of material crap that only makes us weaker.
We are built to run, to cover great distance, for survival sake.VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Marshall Ulrich
Find the level of intolerance you can tolerate and stay there.VN:F [1.8.5_1061]David Horton
Ten hours before I was in pain and I was cold, and then I was running across the finish line and it dawned me, I am a runner.VN:F [1.8.5_1061]Ray Zahab, on the Yukon Arctic Ultra