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2014 Orlando Sentinel
July 6 - Sunday Paper photo and article of my upcoming 340 mile kayak race.

2014 Orlando Sentinel
July 20 - Sunday followup article and photo to the postponed 2014 MR340

2007 Competitor Magazine
Nice two page full color 'centerfold' page of mag. Very nice.

2007 FOCUS Magazine

August 4, 2007 Orlando Sentinel Death Valley Dash Article

Lake Sentinel Newspaper Article September 4, 2006

Lake County Top 5 Athletes
August 2006

Orlando Sentinel Newspaper Article September 2005

Lake Magazine Article September 2005

West Orange Times Newspaper Article June 2005

Lake Sentinel Newspaper Article March 22, 2005

RailRiders Homepage with me and two of my crew during the 2005 Badwater Ultramarathon in Death Valley

Over the last few years I have been fortunate to have been featured in a few magazine and newspaper stories. Working as a consultant, and now at Tupperware is my livleyhood, but running ultradistance races all over the country has got me more publicity.

In 2006, Lake Magazine listed me as one of the top 5 athletes of Lake County.

RailRiders clothing manufacturer also featured me on their website and in their catalog.

Links to those articles and sponsors are on the left.

If you have any questions about any of these events or about ultra endurance events, feel free to send me an e-mail, I'll be happy to talk to you. I love helping others in the sport, and love talking about the various races all over the country.

E-mail me at "david at irun100s dot com"


Participating in endurance events has been part of my life since my college days. I've done countless 5k's, 10k's, USCF bicycle races and triathlons. I have completed a total of five Ironman triathlons and for the last few years have focused on ultra distance running events. At this point, I have completed several 100 mile or more runs, including two Western States 100 runs and two Badwater Ultra-marathons.

If you have an interest in reading a few of my race reports, visit this link
It seems that I only write race reports for those events that I truly suffer in. The races I do well in, just become undocumented history. I don't know why that is, but it gives a very biased slant to the race reports, as they all seem like there is so much suffering. But for every one of those very difficult challenges, are many wonderful races and great experiences.







last updated 07/29/2014