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Updated: 2017-11-19T17:36:55.070-08:00

 



Greg moves so fast he makes me look like I'm going...

2007-06-01T21:50:00.000-07:00

Greg moves so fast he makes me look like I'm going backwards! Hope to see him again (well, the back of his head a few times) at the next Bridle Trails run. :-)

Wonder if he's going to be at White River? That's the next race on my list.



Great Interview Scott...and Congrats Greg on your ...

2007-05-16T20:49:00.000-07:00

Great Interview Scott...and Congrats Greg on your success in Ultra's ur a machine!!!



Greg S: Despite appearances to the contrary in tha...

2007-05-16T12:41:00.000-07:00

Greg S: Despite appearances to the contrary in that photo, I indeed am completely spent at the end of my races. Afterwards I generally need 3-4 days off followed by 7-10 days of short, slow runs before I resemble my old self at all.



How does Greg feel after running a 3:04 50k? The p...

2007-05-16T10:26:00.000-07:00

How does Greg feel after running a 3:04 50k? The picture looks like he felt great afterwards! After seeing the comment in the interview about "more natural talent than others", I'm wondering if he's completely spent at the end and needing a week off, or if he just goes faster than anyone at the same effort.

Greg S



Sarah & Aaron -If we didn't have races to run (lik...

2007-05-15T14:24:00.000-07:00

Sarah & Aaron -

If we didn't have races to run (like the wonderful PCTR ultras), we wouldn't have anything to write about! Thanks for reading, and I look forward to hitting Mt. Diablo with you guys in June.

SD



Thanks for another great interview. I was really ...

2007-05-15T09:36:00.000-07:00

Thanks for another great interview. I was really looking forward to reading this one - as was Aaron, my son, who's totally intrigued by Greg's times from elementary & middle school!

Both you guys have great blogs - I can't tell you how thankful I am that people like you and Greg take the time to put your thoughts 'out there' for the rest of us to read!

Thanks, as always, Scott.

Sarah



another great interview! Thanks Scott.

2007-05-15T06:51:00.000-07:00

another great interview! Thanks Scott.



As always, I love the interviews (especially with ...

2007-05-15T04:50:00.000-07:00

As always, I love the interviews (especially with runners whose blogs I already frequent).

Hope Quicksilver went well!



Greg -Nice job at Miwok! You, Scott, Rod, and Lon ...

2007-05-14T18:04:00.000-07:00

Greg -

Nice job at Miwok! You, Scott, Rod, and Lon went by so soon I didn't even think you were in the same race. Looking forward to seeing all of you at States!

Tom



You're right about his blog - lots of good stuff t...

2007-05-14T17:05:00.000-07:00

You're right about his blog - lots of good stuff there. I'm not sure how to react to sub-7 min "recovery runs". Sheesh! - Lori



Scott -Great interview. Greg is a very articulate...

2007-05-14T16:54:00.000-07:00

Scott -

Great interview. Greg is a very articulate man who has put a lot of thought into what works well and what doesn't. If you go to his blog; there's actually a link to his training log. I'm impressed that Greg not only takes the time to learn from his training, but is happy to share with others.

I'm really impressed at his performances given his baby. When my first was born, my training slipped quite a bit - lost about 1/2 hour on my marathon times. Now I have 2 kids; but they're a little older, more predictable, and allowed me to set a 50 mile PR last weekend. But as a baby? You also lose sleep!

I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do on the trails.

Keep up the great blog and the excellent interviews.