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What Are Your 2023 Running Goals?

Brand Partners

January 12th, 2023

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What are your goals, adventures, and plans for 2023? Share with us by commenting below for a chance to win an Ultimate Direction Ultra Vest or Vesta 6.0

Need some inspiration? Members of Ultimate Direction’s athlete team have a big year ahead. Check out their goals!

It doesn’t always have to be about running a race, though; Jason Schlarb, Tara Warren, Ryan Montgomery, and Kriste Peoples aim to host and put those races on for runners like you!

Inspired yet? Share with us your 2023 goals in the comment section below and you could win a new Ultimate Direction Ultra Vest or Vesta 6.0!

78 thoughts on "What Are Your 2023 Running Goals?"

  1. Ru says:

    Running my first ultras. Sassquad/NYNJ Trail Conference’s Big Bear SquaTCh North 50k, TPK’s Run the Jewels 60k, and RunWild’s Shawangunk Ridge Trail Run. Haven’t decided on the distance for the last one, it depends on how the first 2 go. Either 30 mile or 70 mile, unsupported.

  2. Kevin Young says:

    Get back over 2000 miles for the year. Get another qualifier done and sit in a gym early in December to hopefully get into my goal race!

  3. Tim says:

    Complete my first 25K trail: Volcanic Mt. Saint Helens, and get my 1/2 marathon time under 1 hour 50 minutes.

  4. Pigtails says:

    If all goes well, I hope to run my 100th 100 mile (or longer) race at Cascade Crest 100 in July. As of today, I have 93 and my next race is Orcas 100 in February.

  5. Lauren Reagan says:

    Running my FIRST ultra! a 50K up a mountain where I grew up in CA. Stoked to be feeling good training and being a part of this community!!

  6. Madeline Green says:

    Run my first 100-mile

  7. Gina Jakubowski says:

    I’d love to get to the 50 mile distance! I’m currently up to 43 so not too far away!

  8. Liz Clarke says:

    My main 2023 goal is to complete the Leadville 100 run!

  9. Gracie Wilhelm says:

    Run at least three half marathons this year and work on my confidence as a runner!

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