At 1000 miles, the Iditarod Trail Invitational – in which fat bikers are pitted against runners and skiers – is the longest race on the winter ultra calender. 2016 saw Jill Homer complete the event in 17 days, three hours and 46 minutes, settling a new women’s fastest human-powered time to Nome. Jill has always impressed us with her commitment and achievements within the realm biking ultras, trail running and other endurance adventures, shared expressively through both her blog and the many books she’s published.
- Climbing Friends, Meet our Favorite Troll, Oh He of Substantial Neck Meat
- The Spiritual Life of the Long-Distance Runner – The New Yorker