25 Mar '13, 2pm

Karl Meltzer won 100 miler #35 this weekend. Hear how he ran 14:33 and learn some tips from a master.

I think I know what my limits are. Even when my time is fast, through 19 miles it was 2:30 which was the same as Scott Jaime in the 50 miler—it might have been a little too fast, but for me that effort was easy. Like I said, I came in here and my legs just felt light. Some days you’re sluggish and everything is thick and you just don’t want to run. Some days you just have this bouncy feeling. This was one of those days—I ran up that first hill and I was like, “Whatever.” It was Nick and I way out in front of everyone else. I just knew I felt good, so I just ran with it. I ran what my effort level was, and it wasn’t a hard effort. I just kept going with it and hoping I could keep it going all day long. This time it worked. I never had a belly problem as usual. I don’t have many belly problems. My fuel was good. Whenever I felt I needed fuel, bam, I threw some gel in me and ...

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