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Heidi Caldwell is Speeding into the Olympic Trials

Heidi Caldwell comes from a family of Olympic cross-country skiers, but this Vermont native struck out on her own athletically, excelling at track in high school and then at Brown University. Now embracing her role of Running Director at the Craftsbury Outdoor Center, Heidi is headed to Atlanta this
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Trevor Fuchs Ultra Season is Off and Running! | UnTapped Blog

Utah native and UnTapped athlete Trevor Fuchs recently competed in Hawaii for the HURT100, a grueling 100 mile ultra running race outside of Honolulu, Hawaii. And by "competed", we mean Trevor won! With a winning time of just a hair over 22 hours, he navigated the treacherous course faster than the
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UnTapped Professional Skeleton Athlete, Austin Florian

What do you know about the sport of skeleton? You probably are aware that it's extremely fast, we think of it as the face-first adventure on ice, but that likely taxes your general knowledge on the skeleton. Let's take a moment to change that by catching up with US National Team member, 2022 Olympic
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Josh Ferenc is Running Wild

Josh Ferenc is a science teacher, coach and competitive runner from the tiny town of Athens in southern Vermont. His versatility across a variety of distances and terrain is impressive. Through the years Josh learned the importance finding a fuel that worked for his body no matter what terrain and c
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Trying to go Back-to-Back at Dirty Kanza

UnTapped co-founder Ted King stepped away from World Tour racing, but continues to fuel the engine room as the world of gravel is burgeoning. Awarded the King of Kanza in 2018, Ted set out to Emporia, KS for the 14th running of Dirty Kanza, the grand daddy of all gravel racing, in hopes of taki
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The James Bay Descent

In early February, four friends teamed up and rode fat bikes weighing nearly 100 pounds each, out onto the frozen James Bay in northern Canada, then back to the mainland and south along the Bay, totaling nearly 650km. This was a first of its kind, self-supported expedition along winter roads, the
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