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.
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.
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.
David started running cross country and track competitively at about age 9. After college, he decided to combine his love of the outdoors and love of running by doing a trail race. After a few good performances, he was signed by the newly formed Nike Trail Team.
Jason Schlarb is a full-time professional mountain runner and Dad who lives in a log cabin at 8,000ft in the San Juan mountains outside of Durango Colorado with his partner Meredith June Edwards.
David is the 2014 USATF Trail Runner of the Year at the sub-ultra distance. He is a 2-time national champion and 3-time member of Team USA. He graduated from Columbia University with a degree in Environmental Science and received a master's degree and law degree from Duke University
Megan initially fell in love with running as an over-energized four year old who loved to run laps around the neighborhood for fun. She played field hockey collegiately and then returned to her running roots by taking an extra year to run track at Duke. While on the track, she kept eyeing her best friend’s (then boyfriend’s, then husband’s) pursuits on the trail.
Yassine has been racing at a consistent and high level in the ultra running scene, competing in many races of different lengths and difficulty around the world. Some highlights include: 3x Western States 100 (once in the top ten), 3x HURT 100 (once in the top 3), UTMB (top 100), represented the USA in the IAU World Trail Championships in 2015, and many more. He attributes this long time consistency and performance in the sport to good health and nutrition