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Comments on A Trail Runner's Blog: Master of the Western States 100 - An Interview with 25-Time Finisher Tim Twietmeyer





Updated: 2017-11-17T15:52:05.519-08:00

 



The easiest 50-milers would be flat courses or loo...

2009-07-02T17:23:25.374-07:00

The easiest 50-milers would be flat courses or loop courses. I would suggest the Helen Klein 50m, the Ruth Anderson 50m, or the American River 50m.



I need to find an "easy" 50 miler this y...

2009-06-27T21:13:04.765-07:00

I need to find an "easy" 50 miler this year to qualify for WS 100 anyone can tell me where I can run one in CA



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2009-02-03T21:22:00.000-08:00

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As a runner building slowly toward ultras and, ult...

2006-11-15T00:40:00.000-08:00

As a runner building slowly toward ultras and, ultimately, the Western States, this is a great interview. I had never read your blog before but will check in now to see what you're posting.

Many thanks.



Great interview....Regarding the "winter run of we...

2006-06-25T09:36:00.000-07:00

Great interview....Regarding the "winter run of western states": They didn't run the exact course, they didn't run the full distance, and they didn't run during race conditions. In what sense then was this other than a training run on part of the course, something that others (Ann Trason, Bill Davis, etc) have done without the publicity? The outrageous piece of arrogance is that they gave themselves a buckle (sic!) with a splash of white on it, this in a run where if you finish one second late you don't get one. You might as well get a buckle for making it to hway 49, or auburn lakes trail ...but other than that aberration, great promoter of the run..



He is such a good ambassador for the sport. Twenty...

2006-06-05T13:37:00.000-07:00

He is such a good ambassador for the sport. Twenty-five years and counting...what better way to honor an endurance sport!



Great stuff! Looks like Austin could continue the ...

2006-06-02T15:04:00.000-07:00

Great stuff! Looks like Austin could continue the Twietmeyer legacy.
Larry



What a great interview. Thanks!!

2006-06-02T08:55:00.000-07:00

What a great interview. Thanks!!



Great interview, you really offer some excellent m...

2006-06-01T23:23:00.000-07:00

Great interview, you really offer some excellent material on your blog. Keep up the good work, we really appreciate it!



What is so amazing is that he has been very consis...

2006-06-01T21:03:00.000-07:00

What is so amazing is that he has been very consistent in over two decades of running, even through weather and course changes. He's GR8!!!!

I'm going to have to try that Code Red Mountain Dew...

Allie



Great interview with Tweet. With his lower mileag...

2006-06-01T18:51:00.000-07:00

Great interview with Tweet. With his lower mileage and easy demeanor, it's a bit easier to relate to him than to some of the other big dogs.

I disagree with Tim on one point for a first timer at W$, and that's his point not to wear a watch. I would say wear a watch, but make a split sheet that you should not go ahead of for the 30 or 40 miles. There is so much data out there that if you can figure out a realistic finish time based on those you normally finish near, you can look up previous WS splits around that time and (after taking out splits of folks who ran to that time by going out too hard and crawling in) find out what kinda times you should not be ahead of. The race begins at Foresthill.

-The Goat