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What it’s like to run 100 miles

Latest short for Wild Trails. Their newest and baddest trail race, the Thunder Rock 100, goes through some breathtaking rugged country in the Nantahala River Gorge in Tennessee.    

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Hot Glass and Wild Trails

Shot this on a Sony F3 this fall for Wild Trails, along with footage from our team: Brett May, Brandon Campbell, and Jake Wheeler. Music by Industrial Sound Bank, Jami Sieber

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On the Warpath

This article I wrote about our time in Idaho while shooting A Fine Line originally appeared in the June/August 2011 issue of Deadpoint Magazine. I'm reprinting a re-mastered version here for your enjoyment, along with some photos from our trip ...

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Gypsy Boy

Here is another teaser from A FINE LINE Tennessee Climber Jimmy Webb explains how he can spend a whole season working on a climbing objective, come home broke, and still love the "dirtbag" lifestyle of the full-time climber. Boulder, Colorado climber and artist Peter Beal, who narrates much ...

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Holding On, Letting Go

From day one, both child and parent are struggling to become their own person, yet the bond that ties them together is the strongest imaginable. It's a livelong balance between hanging on and letting go. Like climbing in many ways. Kate explains it well in this piece we did for ...

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Rock/Creek’s Upchuck 50K Trail Race in Black and White

In the latest trail race video I shot for Chattanooga outdoor retailer Rock/Creek, I decided to do something a little different. The Upchuck 50K is one of the toughest trail races in the country, and in just a few years has become a cult-classic, and a sought-after hardman notch ...

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The Beta #12: Alabama Spring

Tyler Willcutt is a hard climber and hardworking climbers advocate from Alabama. His group The ACTION Fund is dedicated to cleaning up and replacing the old decrepit bolts and hangers littering the perfect sandstone of the Southeast US. If you've been climbing long enough, you know what I am talking ...

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Mo Better Beta

Speaking of The Beta, here are the next two episodes of The Beta for 2011 if you haven't seen them yet. Again, this series highlights the climbing and climbers of the South, for the Triple Crown Bouldering Series, a world-class three-month long climbing competition that takes place each ...

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A Fine Line – The Film

  Announcing A FINE LINE, a new feature-length climbing film by Andrew Kornylak and Josh Fowler and produced by Dead Point Media. Featuring Dave Graham, Daniel Woods, Jimmy Webb, Brion Voges, Peter ...

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Book Review: Becoming Odyssa by Jennifer Pharr-Davis

I met ultra-distance hiker Jennifer Pharr-Davis in October 2010. She was in Chattanooga, TN to run the Rock/Creek StumpJump 50K trail race. Pharr-Davis hiked the 2175-mile Appalachian Trail over 57 days in 2008 - the current women's speed record. A few years ago I had teamed up with another speed hiker, ...

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