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Candice Burt
Humans of Ultrarunning
Exploring the depths of human experience through running really, really far. Stories and interviews from the world's most extreme athletes.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 379 ratings
One of the best ultra podcasts
Candice produces a fun, informative and authentic podcast in a a market where there is many you can choose from.
ultra_sf via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/14/20
I am a huge Candice Burt fan!
Thechadde via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/02/19
My New Fav
Entertaining, educational, and simply fun! Candice does a great job interviewing without an adjenda and letting the conversation flow. Each episode is pretty different than the last, showing the depth of the people taking on these adventures. Super impressed.
Mcdc1crd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/18/19
Recent Episodes
In this episode, the planning phase of my (Candice Burt's) Speed Attempt on the Arizona Trail, I speak with the Executive Director of the Arizona Trail, Matthew Nelson. Matt goes over some of the challenges of the trail, why the AZT is unique and how it was created to be inclusive to trail users....
Published 02/28/20
Clare Gallagher joins us shortly after her stunning win at Western States 100 following a trip to the Arctic National Refuge to work on climate change with David Roche (her coach) to talk about the lead up to the race including training and balancing life, activism, coaching, cultivating empathy...
Published 07/12/19
Learn how to plan a long running route! In this episode we explore the Enchantments while recording a podcast. This route is tough and technical and traverses the Enchantment Basin through the Stuart Mountain Range in Washington. Much of it requires following cairns, crossing snow and boulder...
Published 07/07/19
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