Posts Tagged ‘Be Epic’

Featured Runner “Dave Meeth” June 2016

Dave “The Professor” Meeth (in his own words): I was never much of an athlete in school or in middle age, but I had run a few 10K’s and fancied myself as a ‘runner.’  In my 40’s, when the kids got older, I ventured into half’s and finally ran a marathon in 2011.  While I […]


Featured Runner “Krystle Dalke” May 2016

Krystle Dalke attended Washburn University and double majored in Criminal Justice and Psychology.  Krystle then moved onto law school and graduated from Washburn Law School in 2008. Krystle picked up her mileage during law school as a way to destress and go over school work in her head. She completed her first half marathon while […]


Featured Runner “Dave Renfro” April 2016

Dave Renfro (in his own words): I’ve always been fairly active, but I started running just before my 40th birthday when I realized my body was changing and that I needed more exercise to stay fit. I started running on trails about a year after that and actually completed a 37-mile death march on the […]


Featured Runner “Peggy Ward” March 2016

Peggy Ward grew up in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, and that is where she gained her appreciation for the great outdoors. Running gives her the opportunity to be outdoors as well as it helps her deal with stress, and it has become her hobby.  She currently works two full time jobs and does some volunteer work, […]


Featured Runner “Moraima Bailey” February 2016

“Mory”, as affectionately called by her friends and family has become quite a challenge seeker and a loving character in the Midwest ultra-running community. She started her ultra adventures in 2010 participating as a runner and a volunteer with the same passion and dedication to both. After participating in 50ks, 60ks, 100ks she eventually answered […]


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