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  • n. Plural form of ultramarathoner.


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  • Many ultramarathoners have run farther and faster than Mr. Karnazes—Scott Jurek, Ann Trason and Marshall Ulrich, among them.

    The Cross-Country Runner

  • Once you weed out ultramarathoners and kids like my son who don't eat anything, that's pretty much everyone else in America.

    Todd Hartley: I'm With Stupid: Let's All Just Stop Being Such Whimpering Brats

  • Even the ultramarathoners talked to us marathon wimps!


  • When training for an ultramarathon, Ms. Fingar runs about 70 miles a week, far fewer than the 100 miles that many other ultramarathoners log weekly.

    Why Trainers Say, 'Slow Down'

  • We'll ask him why he and his fellow ultramarathoners put themselves through it.

    NPR Topics: News

  • For ultramarathoners, it's crucial, and each runner takes a different approach to ingesting the right mix of carbohydrates and proteins.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Many ultramarathoners hope to see their sport introduced at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, and eventually in the Olympics.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • As more birds prove to be ultramarathoners, biologists are turning their attention to how they manage such spectacular feats of endurance.


  • The ultramarathoners can go on and on at a steady pace.

    Anchorage Daily News - Alaska News

  • Engle, who organized the event to raise awareness about childhood obesity and was considered one of the world's best ultramarathoners, broke down, essentially, suffering an injury this week that knocked him out.

    Greeley Tribune - Top Stories


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