Sage is a Mountain-Ultra-Trail Runner who also competes in road marathons. He is a 3-time USATF National Champion (Mountain Running, Trail Marathon, and 100km Trail), and 2-time US Olympic Trials Qualifier in the Marathon (2:16:52 personal best). In 2015 he was 16th place at the Boston Marathon.
I fell in love with the trail community, and the opportunities the races brought to explore the world around me. I also learned that my competitiveness and speed were good enough to make me a standout in the trail community; and in January 2014, I signed with Nike.
Patrycja is the world record holder for 24 hours. She ran 256.246 km* (159.223 miles) beating Japan's Mami Kudo previously held a record of 255.303 km (158.637 miles) set in 2011.
Kelly discovered the sport of trail running in 2015 after returning to the States from a 2 month rock climbing adventure in Europe, looking for something new to refresh from the trip. Trail Running soon meant Ultra Running for her and she was hooked, amazed that she could explore so much of a landscape in single efforts.
Mario Fraioli is a Bay Area-based running coach who has guided athletes to personal bests, Boston Marathon qualifying times, national championship wins, Olympic Trials appearances, international podiums, world championship teams, national records, and even the Olympic Games. He's the former senior editor at Competitor magazine
Cody was a walk-on athlete for the NAU cross country and track team from 2010 to 2015. The mountains, forests, high altitude, and running trails are what attracted him to Flagstaff when choosing a college to attend. During his time at NAU he studied mechanical engineering and primarily competed in the steeplechase and 5k. Now that his collegiate running career is over, he’s turned to competing in trail ultramarathons with fellow TRF pro Jim Walmsley.
Once upon a time professional triathlete and 2x Ironman Champion. A year after stepping away from triathlon the trails called my name. I fell in love with exploring my Big Island home and going places only my legs could carry me. 2017 was my season of roots & rocks…landing me a spot on the start list for the HURT100 in January 2018.