Entries by Adam Peterman

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7 Years and Counting – A Blue Mountain 30k Tradition

On September 20th, Runner’s Edge Events will be holding the Blue Mountain 30k for the 11th year in a row.  Since 2009, this fall race has been a fundraiser for the Hellgate High School cross country team.  For the past 7 years, Steve Lodmill and Scott Samuels have run this race together–some years finishing together, […]

Virtual Challenge #8 | Duncan Downhill

This week, Run Wild Missoula and The Runner’s Edge challenge you to run down Duncan Drive as fast as you can. Don’t be fooled, running downhill is not as easy as you might think!  You can’t say we didn’t warn you! You have between Monday, May 11th and Sunday, May 17th to head down Duncan. […]

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Quarantine Q+A #10 | Anders Brooker

Welcome to the final installment of the Quarantine Q&A. We hope that by sharing the stories of our neighbors these past weeks you found some inspiration, solidarity, and connection as a community. We certainly have enjoyed getting to learn from and share the stories of those who are adapting to a new way of life in these unprecedented […]

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Quarantine Q+A #9 | Emily Walters

Each week we interview members of our community to learn how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted their lives, and how they are adapting in these challenging times. Our quarantine interviewees are healthcare workers, small business owners, students, parents, teachers, and, of course, runners. We hope that by sharing the stories of our neighbors we can find inspiration, solidarity, […]

Virtual Challenge #7 | The Gravel Grinder

What is the single surface that both road and trail runners can come together and agree on? The dirt roads.  The Missoula area has an abundance of lightly trafficked dirt roads, and even more old logging roads that speckle the surrounding hills.  This week, Runner’s Edge and Run Wild Missoula challenge you to get a […]

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Quarantine Q+A #8 | Tim Mosbacher

Each week we interview members of our community to learn how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted their lives, and how they are adapting in these challenging times. Our quarantine interviewees are healthcare workers, small business owners, students, parents, teachers, and, of course, runners. We hope that by sharing the stories of our neighbors we can […]