Contributors

Meet our wonderful regular contributors who help give this site both breadth and depth, by sharing their expertise and experiences from all over the ultramarathon running world!

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LadiaLadia Albertson-Junkans

Ladia has spent the past couple of years on the professional road-racing circuit while working as a researcher in early childhood development. She is a mega-geek when it comes to trail running, and is happiest when she’s in the mountains. She also enjoys rock climbing, skiing, high-altitude hiking, and anything else that gets her deep (and high up!) in nature. She is excited and honored for the chance to talk trails ad nauseum with y’all. Find her articles here.

 

 

Steve Bremner, Colorado runner

Steve Bremner

Steve Bremner is a retired US Air Force officer, currently working as a Program Manager for a defense contractor. He lives on the slopes of Pikes Peak, Colorado and volunteers with two local trail building groups. He’s climbed all 54 of Colorado’s 14,000′ peaks and holds two fastest known times, Pikes Peak in the winter (3:21 ascent, 5:23 round trip) and most 14er’s cross country (no cars) in a 24-hour period (8 in 23 hours). Find all of Steve’s articles here, or catch up with him on his blog.

 

Rebecca Egbert, Maternal Health Expert and Coach and Advocate for Maternal Health, Montana, midwifeRebecca Egbert

Although Rebecca favors running trails in her home state of Montana, she has explored trails all over the US, Baja and New Zealand. She is a Midwife who left clinical practice to provide care and support to women during their early postpartum years. She has with 18 years of expertise in maternal health, women’s health and working with endurance athletes. She is excited to provide resources to this endurance community. Find her articles here, or visit her website.

 

David Gilbert, ultramarathon runner, triathlete, Port Alberni

Dave Gilbert

It took Dave seven Ironman triathlons before he saw the light, and realized that ultramarathons are where it’s at. He now spends his days running the trails on beautiful Vancouver Island with his partner Jackie and his two dogs, and racing the occasional ultra, whether close to home or overseas. He photographs enthusiastically (and writes reluctantly) for this site. Find out about his most recent adventures on his running blog.

 

briwilsonBri Wilson

Bri is a trail runner and fitness junkie who loves to explore  beautiful Vancouver Island, BC. She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist who writes about training for marathons, triathlons and ultramarathons for this site and on her blog, runliftyoga.com. Find her on twitter at @briwifruit, or check in with her for coaching advice at http://www.korufitness.ca/home.html.

 

Jacqueline Windh, writer, ultramarathon runner, editor

Jacqueline Windh

Jackie is a best-selling author and photographer. She’s also an ace researcher and writer, and PhD scientist. She spends much of her life outdoors: kayaking, hiking, growing her own veggies. (She believes she might be the first person ever to have grown and harvested rice on Vancouver Island). She’s a back-of-the-pack ultramarathoner moving towards mid-pack, who runs for the joy of it (preferably on trails). Oh yeah, and she’s the editor of this site. More about her here.

 

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