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Runners Of Vermont: Darrell Lasell

By | 2018-10-10T01:11:55+00:00 October 9th, 2018|Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Name: Darrell Lasell Current Location: Williamstown, VT   How did you first get involved in running and what was it that kept you coming back? Did you develop [...]

We’re Going To Iceland… You Should Come!

By | 2018-10-08T19:46:26+00:00 October 8th, 2018|General Interest, Travel|

Come To Iceland With Us! One of the reasons my partner and I created the Vermont Running Company was to help others get outside and put all of that running fitness to use. So many people run to race, or run to lose weight... But there's so much more you can do! All of the time and energy you've spent building your fitness can be used to cover more ground, see more, and experience more than the average person... And we want to show you what's possible by showing your around Iceland!  Iceland is an incredibly beautiful place and is relatively easy to get to from the East Coast. Our plan is to travel there for a long week to fastpack the Laugavegur and [...]

Runners Of Vermont: Chuck Laramie

By | 2018-09-27T12:58:14+00:00 September 27th, 2018|General Interest, Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Name: Charles Laramie Occupation: Teacher Current Location: Fair Haven, VT Hometown/Birthplace: Rutland, VT Website: www.laramieforvtgov.com Instagram: @chucklaramie Twitter: @CharlesLaramie   How did you first get involved in [...]

Runners of Vermont: Justin Geibel

By | 2018-04-12T02:24:26+00:00 April 12th, 2018|General Interest, Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Name: Justin Geibel Occupation: Co-Owner at Vermont Running Company Location: Westford, VT  Hometown/Birthplace: Ipswich, MA Facebook: @justingeibel   How did you first get involved in running [...]

Runners Of Vermont: Fred Ross

By | 2018-03-24T04:47:21+00:00 March 24th, 2018|General Interest, Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Name: Fred Ross III Occupation: Retired Location: Vernon, VT Hometown/Birthplace: Stratton Mtn, MA Website: www.northeastuphillmountainseries.blogspot.com Facebook: Fred Ross   How did you first get involved in running [...]

Runners Of Vermont: Will Robens

By | 2018-03-05T05:20:06+00:00 March 5th, 2018|General Interest, Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Name: Will Robens Occupation: Event coordinator Location: Hyde Park,VT Hometown/Birthplace: Charlottesville, VA Website: www.catamountultra.com & www.trappmountainmarathon.com Facebook: @CatamountUltra Instagram: @trailrunvt   How did you first get [...]

Runners Of Vermont: Rachel Long

By | 2018-02-01T04:35:09+00:00 February 1st, 2018|General Interest, Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Name: Rachel Long Occupation: Teacher Location: Stowe, VT    Website: www.roamingrootsblog.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rachel.long.737448 Instagram: @rachellong91 @Roaming_roots   How did you first get involved in running and [...]

2018 Salomon Snowcross Relays

By | 2018-01-14T06:09:18+00:00 January 14th, 2018|Events, Race Report|

This past weekend we spent Saturday afternoon helping the Catamount Ultra Events crew at the Salomon Snowcross Relays which were held on the beautiful trails of the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, VT. Snowcross is a unique combination of nordic skiing and trail running that's popular in Europe, but doesn't exist here in the U.S... Yet! Being a relatively new event format, we really weren't sure what to expect.  Now, the official title for the event is "Salomon Snowcross Relays", and you might assume that as a relay you'd be required to compete with a partner. But... You'd be wrong. Individuals were welcome to compete on their own, and a more appropriate title might be "Snowcross Duathlon" or just "Snowcross".  This particular event had [...]

Runners Of Vermont: Phil LaCroix

By | 2018-01-12T20:57:56+00:00 January 12th, 2018|General Interest, Runners Of Vermont|

Runners Of Vermont is an ongoing series here at the VTRunCo where we get to meet and start to get to know some of the amazing people that call Vermont home and share our affinity for running. So, sit back and enjoy. The people profiled here are the main reason Vermont is such a great place to live and run. Also, if you know someone that lives and runs in Vermont who you think should be profiled here… Let us know. We’d love to be introduced and give them the opportunity to share their perspective on Vermont’s running scene.    Today we're going to meet Phil LaCroix. Below you will learn a lot about Phil, but we wanted to take a minute to highlight a fundraising [...]

Winter Running: Keeping Your Hands Warm

By | 2018-01-06T21:08:32+00:00 January 6th, 2018|General Interest, Tips|

Left To Right: CAMP Wind Mitten, BD Stance Gloves, BD Midweight Softshell Glove, BD Lightweight Softshell Glove Earlier this winter we covered layering strategies for winter running, but more recently we've been seeing quite a few questions about how to keep your hands warm when out running in frigid temps. A lot of the advice offered online has been relatively generic and because a phrase like "Heavy Mittens" means something different to someone living in Northern Minnesota than it does to someone living in Georgia we thought we'd share some specifics. Here in Vermont we've recently been spending a lot of time in single digit and negative temps so we've had plenty of opportunities to work on our systems.  Before we get [...]

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