Archive of: 2014
24 December 2014
In college I was a traveler, adrenaline seeker, and had a goal of hiking the Appalachian Trail before I got ‘old’. Post college, I was a passionate soccer player for eight years on three adult recreational teams, and had too many ankle and knee sprains to keep count. With the amount of time spent on ‘injury’, my weight bounced up and (not so) down 10-15 pounds a season. By October 2013, I was 75 pounds heavier than I was in college.
05 December 2014
Why are you a runner? What gets you off your duff and out the door every day? Or every other day? Especially in the dark cold days of winter. We know each and everyone of you has a story to tell and we’d love to hear it.
30 October 2014
28 October 2014
We are thrilled to announce that Alaska Airlines has donated four round trip vouchers for the top male and female finishers of the 2015 Big Wild Life Runs Moose’s Tooth Marathon and the United Physical Therapy 49K.
13 October 2014
We’ve been working since the end of August to make some changes to our web site. We want it to be easier for you to find what you need and we also want to offer new content which we think you will find useful, as well as interesting.
08 August 2014
We are excited to show off the finisher medals for all of our races this year!
04 August 2014
The annual Big Wild Life Runs are just around the corner and there are lots of great things in store for you. I hope you will join me at 1 PM on Saturday, August 16th at the expo to be inspired featuring the M&Ms of pacing.
31 May 2014
Pacing is strategy on a particular course running each each mile as evenly as possible to reach a target goal finish time.
28 February 2014
Iditarod musher Ally Zirkle runs the Big Wild Life Runs Skinny Raven Half-Marathon in 2013!
16 February 2014
We know something special motivates every runner to do their best in each race they compete in. In the months leading up to the Big Wild Life Runs in August 2014, we will be profiling runners coming from all over the country (or right down the road!) to run distances from 1 mile to 49 kilometers.