Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Index of Blog Entries

I occasionally update this page to organize original entries by category (last categorized on 12/25/15). If you're seeing this page for the first time pop up in your blog reader, it's because your feed is set to get all "updated pages". If you would prefer to just get new stories, use the buttons on the right, down the page a bit (under "Syndication Links"). These will point your blog readers to a Feedburner feed that is set to "only new stories".

But as long as you're here, feel free to get to know some ultrarunners, read about some races, and comment all you would like.

Thx, SD

Interviews (2005-2009)


Products I Would Like To See


Races - 2015
Races - 2014

Races - 2013

Races - 2012

Races - 2011
Races - 2010
Races - 2009
Races - 2008
Races - 2007
Races - 2006
Races - 2005
Races - 2004
You can also click here to get a full Google map of all of these races!

Articles About Scott Dunlap
(the biggies)

(other fun stories)
Personal Records (PR's):
1-mile: 5:09 (Armory, 2010)
4-mile: 22:08 (Santa Barbara 4-Miler, 2010)
10k: 34:45 (Donner Lake Triathlon, 2006)
10-Mile: 57:11 (Presidio 10-Mile, 2012)
Half Marathon: 1:16:24 (San Francisco Half Marathon, 2012)
Marathon: 2:44:35 (Boston Marathon, 2013)
50k: 3:20:48 (Caumsett 50k, 2010)
50m: 6:11:55 (Fall 50m, 2014)
100k: 9:14:10 (Pony Express 100k, 2007)
100m: 17:06:38 (Rocky Raccoon 100m, 2015)
Olympic Distance Triathlon: 2:18:41 (San Jose International Tri, 2004)
Half Ironman Triathlon: 5:01:02 (Big Kahuna Tri, 2005)
Ironman Triathlon: 11:54 (Ironman Hawaii, 2010)


    1. This is helpful, thanks.

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    3. This place rocks man!!!. As a 21yr old university runner and an ultra aspirer, I find the organisation and the info. here superb.
      Keep up the work man. This is my blog:

    4. Helped me lot… thanks for such a informative article

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