Races / Extreme Sports

Iditasport, Alaska. February 2000
100 mile, human powered, endurance race through the Alaska Backcountry, in the middle of winter. 

24th place in 21 hours and 18 minutes.

Mt. Marathon, Seward, Alaska. July 4th, 2000, 2001, 2002.
Second oldest footrace in the country after the Boston Marathon.  A three mile footrace that ascends and descends 3000 grueling feet of Mt. Marathon.

2000 - 53rd place in 1:02:14. (out of 300 racers)
2001 - 18th place in 53:08.
2002 - 29th place in 56:26.

Mayors Marathon, Anchorage, Alaska. June 2006.
One of the most scenic full marathons in the world, right in the city of Anchorage.

117th place out of 637 men in 3:44:29.

Fireweed 200, Eureka to Valdez, Alaska. July 2006.
The famous long distance bicycle road race across Alaska. Solo non-drafting division.1

1st place in 10:27:37.

Crow Pass Crossing, Alaska. July 2013.
24 miles of grueling wilderness mountain running complete with extremely cold river crossings and zero support. 

45th with a time of 4:10:52.

Anvil Mountain Run, Nome, Alaska. July 4th
12.5 mile mountain race from Front Street in Nome up 1132' Anvil mountain and back to Front Street. 

2014 - 10th in 1:37:36
2015 - 12th in 1:35:36
2016 - 7th in 1:31:33
2017 - 9th in 1:34:14

2018 - 7th in 1:41:06

Ballyhoo Mountain Run, Dutch Harbor, Alaska.  July 21st, 2018.                                                                                                                                            A mountain race up 1634' Mt. Balllyhoo in Dutch Habor, Alaska.   

2018 - 5th in 32:32

Winter Ride Across Iowa.   January 2020.                                                                                                                                                                    A six day, 330 mile solo bicycle ride across Iowa during the worst week of winter weather of 2020.                                                                             From the Little Sioux River in Akron to the Mississippi River in Dubuque, Iowa.