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Scott Jurek

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GRL 405 | JENNY & SCOTT JUREK - Finding balance with family, work, training & the Bighorn 100!

Ginger Runner LIVE

We are so incredibly excited to welcome ultrarunning legends, Jenny & Scott Jurek, to the show to chat about Jenny's amazing finish at the 2022 Bighorn 100. Our conversation with revolve around Jenny's journey as a mother, finding her balance with family/training life, training for a difficult 100 miler on lower volume miles each week, what it's like having Scott as a crew captain and so much more! This episode was sponsored by OnX Backcountry. Get the GR CREW ONX DISCOUNT here: https://www.onxmaps.com/backcountry/r/16482457-2 #Bighorn100 #JennyJurek #ScottJurek

56mins

5 Jul 2022

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Andrew Drummond | Northeast Trail Running Scene, Pacing Scott Jurek on AT FKT, Running Content Creation

Singletrack

Andrew Drummond is a runner, skier, mountains sports retail store owner, and overall great ambassador for the White Mountains based in Jackson, NH.We cover a lot of ground. We talk about his experience pacing Scott Jurek during the final stretch of his Appalachian Trail FKT in 2015, being a content creator in the sport, we have a wide ranging conversation about the northeast trail running culture, and we also dive deep into his experience running a ski and run speciality store. Timestamps:(2:10) - experience pacing Scott Jurek during 2015 Appalachian Trail FKT(13:34) - White Mountains Direttissima(18:52) - creating running content for social media, promoting the northeast scene(26:22) - where elite ultrarunners are concentrated and why(35:10) - why mountain sports brands don't highlight the northeast scene(41:40) - northeast trail running events scene, building a UTMB-style event(49:49) - pitching the northeast trail scene over the mountain west scene(57:14) - coolest routes, FKTs, and races in the northeast(66:42) - getting into retail with Ski The Whites(69:05) - balancing athletic and business endeavors(75:38) - proof of concept for mountain sports retail store(78:28) - unintended business benefits of running and skiing content(80:51) - whether a purely trail/ski/run speciality store is possible these days(83:44) - advice and lessons from ski/run retail, UTMB media experiences(90:27) - miscellaneous questionsLinks:Follow Andrew on InstagramFollow Andrew on YoutubeSki The WhitesSanctity of SpaceWhite Mountains 100Ragged Mountain 75 Stage Race and 50KSupport Singletrack via PatreonAdditional Episodes You May Enjoy:#57 - Sarah Keyes | Northeast Trail Running Scene, Whiteface Mountain Races Directing, ITRA#52 - Mike Foote | Race Directing, Skyrunning Speculation, Future Of Ultrarunning Events, UTMB Influences#12 - Jack Kuenzle | FKT Scene, Sponsored Trail Runners, Brand RelationshipsSupport the show

1hr 41mins

8 Jun 2022

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Scott Jurek - being a kid again

Outside & Active

On this episode of the Outside & Active Podcast, we talk Ultrarunner Scott Jurek on his first trip back to the UK in 4/5 years. An idol of many, especially in the trail and ultra running community, we find out how Scott got into running, what motivates him and what’s next for him. It was really interesting to find out more about even at the elite level, for Scott as well as how running has become more inclusive for every ability. Growing up hunting and fishing, we also find out more about Scott’s motivation and to vegetarianism and then on to being vegan and how this has impacted his running.If you’re looking to take part in your first ultra-distance run (or even if you have a few under your belt already), Scott shares his top tips for ultra-distance running and training.Are you training for your first ultra-distance run? Let us know @beoutsidebactiveAbout our partners Sports Tours International and Club La SantaSports Tours International provide the opportunity to participate in the world’s biggest marathons, take on the most challenging sportives and watch some of the toughest bike races on the planet.As International Travel Partner of the 6 World Marathon Majors including TCS New York Marathon, Tokyo Marathon, Boston Marathon, BMW Berlin Marathon, TCS London Marathon and Bank of America Chicago Marathon, as well as the VIP tour operator of the 3 Grand Tours and 5 Monuments of Cycling, they get people of all ages and from all walks of life to their starting line or in prime spectator view. Find the next event to inspire your running at sportstoursinternational.co.uk It’s not just mass sports participation you could choose either:They also have an exclusive partnership with the world’s number 1 training resort, Club La Santa in Lanzarote, to accommodate anybody looking for a training or active holiday at this incredible sports leisure resort. Try your hand at over 500 different activities and enjoy recovery in the sunshine and an array of wellness facilities for all ages, abilities, solo, groups, couples and families To find out more head over to Clublasanta.co.ukFit, Healthy & Happy Podcast Welcome to the Fit, Healthy and Happy Podcast hosted by Josh and Kyle from Colossus...Listen on: Apple PodcastsSpotify

33mins

28 Feb 2022

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Scott Jurek: Back on the Appalachian Trail 6 years after his FKT - #155

FKT Podcast

Scott is the best US Male Ultra Runner ever.  That may change, but for now, no one can match 7 consecutive wins at the WS100 plus wins at other marquee events.He set the S-N FKT on the fabled Appalachian Trail in 2015, with a desperate effort at the end, eclipsing Jennifer Pharr Davis' time by 3hrs 13mins.  The next year Scott's friend Karl Meltzer lowered it by 9hrs 29mins, then "the Belgian Dentist" Karel Sabbe demolished the overall AT FKT by doing it 41days 7hrs 39mins.  Scott and his wife Jenny co-authored, "North: Finding My Way On The Appalachian Trail" and were the 3rd ever guests on the Fastest Known Podcast.  Karel was actually our 2nd guest ever (take a look and listen - three years ago and these episodes are worth it).Time to catch up!On August 4, Scott went back for another go.  This time with plenty of preparation and knowledge, unlike the first time when he and Jenny "On-sighted it".  How did that go?"I started to feel my left quad on the 4th day. I shifted weight to the right, then that tightened up badly. I tried to slow down and walk it off, but that is not possible on the northern section of the AT."Very disappointing.  Listen as Scott describes his specific training for this effort, as well as nutrition specifics.  He feels that starting in the north, where the terrain is more difficult than in Georgia may have been a factor."You don't get warm by sticking your head in a furnace."It's still too early to think about this, but we have to ask .... will he go back?"I still have so much to learn, and I still have more to give.”"You had to go and wake the dragon". - Jenny to Scott

1hr 8mins

17 Sep 2021

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#01 | Scott Jurek

Why Am I Listening to This

Named one of the greatest runners of all time, Scott Jurek has become a living legend.  He has claimed victories in nearly all of ultrarunning’s elite trail and road events including the historic 153-mile Spartathlon, the Hardrock 100, the Badwater 135-Mile Ultramarathon, and—his signature race—the Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run, which he won a record seven straight times. Scott has also taken the running world by storm with his 2015 Appalachian Trail speed record, averaging nearly 50 miles a day over 46 days—and the United States all-surface record in the 24-Hour Run with 165.7 miles: 6.5 marathons in one day.  In this inaugural episode of "Why Am I Listening to This", Zach Davis and Tom Gathman are joined by Scott Jurek to talk about his current Appalachian Trail FKT (Fastest Known Time) attempt.  Like the show?  Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, tell a friend, and/or keep up with us on social media. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyamilisteningtothis/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whyamilisteningtothis/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/whylistenpod

1hr 38mins

9 Aug 2021

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#4 Klaas traint véél en Koen heeft vragen over bier, Scott Jurek en gedachteloosheid

Klaas en Koen lopen weg

Klaas trainde vrijdag al drie keer op één dag en deed zondag een inspanningstest. Hoe staat hij er voor? Koen leest Scott Jurek en schrikt van een bijzin. Zondag lopen we samen 50 kilometer (als het goed gaat).

35mins

19 Apr 2021

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Book Review Eat & Run by Scott Jurek

Manuel Di Geronimo Podcast

4mins

20 Jan 2021

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Ultramarathoner Scott Jurek Eats For the Win

Future of Food - Let's Eat Better for Ourselves and the Planet

Ivy Joeva interviews Scott Jurek, an elite ultramarathoner who eats for the win with a plant-based diet. Scott has won nearly all of ultrarunning's top trail and road events. He won the Western States 100-mile Endurance Run a record seven straight times. In 2015, he set the Appalachian Trail speed record, averaging nearly 50 miles a day over 46 days.He credits being a vegan with giving him these seemingly super-human powers of strength and endurance. Scott is the author of two books, Eat and Run and North.

42mins

28 Aug 2020

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Scott Jurek & Kyle Robidoux - United In Stride

The Training For Ultra Podcast with Rob Steger

An inspiring episode with Scott Jurek and Kyle Robidoux!  www.unitedinstride.com TV SHOW - NOW ON AMAZON (click here) www.RunningTheTripleCrown.com Big ty to the show sponsors! Kogalla - use discount code of “TrainingForUltra”  https://kogalla.com/ XoSkin - use discount code of “T4U20”  http://www.xoskin.us/

1hr 4mins

21 Aug 2020

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North, by Scott Jurek

Running Book Reviews with Alan and Liz

Scott Jurek, 7 times winner of Western States Ultra and one of the greatest ultra-runners in the sports history, describes in his book, North, his final herculean running challenge, the FKT (fastest known time) for the Appalachian Trail (AT).The AT is 2189 miles of rugged difficult track with over 500,000 ft of elevation change. What’s more, Scott decides to do it going in the more difficult “North” direction at the same time as hurricane Bill hits the eastern mountains of the USA! Suffering a serious injury with still 30 plus days to go at 50 miles per day, Scott is going to have to dig deeper than he has ever has before.Alan and Liz talk through Scott and Jenny’s adventure and speak with their friend Nestor who ran with Scott during his record-breaking attempt. If you are interested in purchasing a copy this book, you can help support the podcast at the same time by getting your copy through our affiliate link here: https://amzn.to/39VKe2Z You can message us at any time at runningbookreviews@gmail.com Please leave us a rating on your favourite podcast player or interact with us on social media at the contacts below.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/runningbookreviews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/reviews_running Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/runningbookreviews/ Podcast Webpage: https://runningbookreviews.buzzsprout.com Support the show

1hr 20mins

1 Aug 2020

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