Training Tips from the Leadville Podium - Page 7
Anything else to share with Trail Runner readers?
Dylan: I love Leadville!
Ashley A: The incredible, infectious energy of the races and spectators at Leadville makes the race so special and energizing. You’ll fall in love.
Neal: Often after finishing a race, ultrarunners immediately get excited about the next race on the calendar. Take a moment, be proud of your accomplishment. Not many have the guts, energy and resources to accomplish such a huge goal. Thank yourself. Thank your loved ones for supporting you.
Liza: The Leadville Hostel is a wonderfully affordable play to stay and the atmosphere is really fun when it's full of runners (or cyclists before the bike race.) www.leadvillehostel.com.
Duncan: Life Time Run has an exclusive coaching package (with entries included into the sold-out 2013 race!) available for Leadville 100 runners looking for guidance. I am so excited to be a part of this!
Tina: I love the Leadville 100 and the historic town. It continues to bring new challenges every year.
Zeke: Expect any kind of weather. I've run through wind, rain, hail, snow, sun, heat and everything in between.