December 1994

The women were superb at the Sri Chinmoy Ultimate Ultra: Dipali Cunningham (left), first overall at 700 miles; Silvia Andonie, first woman and second overall at 1,000 miles; Suprabha Beckjord, second overall at 1,300 miles; and Antana Locs, first overall at 1,300 miles. Photo: Pulak, SCMT

November 1994

Southern California's Pacific Crest Trail 50 Mile celebrated its 16th running with a shift to September and a good-bye to cold rain and snow; the hills remain, however, as Monte Mackey (shown here on the initial long climb) can attest. Photo: Tom Waddell

October 1994

The early going at the Hi-Tec Badwater race from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney — Marshall Ulrich leads Joe Schlereth; off in the distance are crew vehicles for other runners who are rapidly falling behind. Photo: Jane Byng/UltraPhotos

September 1994

The descent from Grant-Swamp Pass at the Hardrock 100: three runners find the snow easier going than the scree slope. Photo: David Emory /The Silverton Standard

July / August 1994

Now the fun begins — Jon Webber is all smiles as he and two companions tackle one of the slower sections of the Lost Boys 50 Mile, Race Director Tom Waddell’s scenic tour of the desert and mountains east of San Diego. Photo: Kent Holder

June 1994

Lee Rhodes leads a group along the American River on the way from Sacramento to Auburn, California; this year’s AR 50 Mile had a record 468 finishers. Photo: Teri Henderson/Photogenix

May 1994

There was a lot of snow at the Catoctin Trail Run in Maryland, but David Horton, an old hand at trail running, didn’t slow down even when the trail got a little wet. Photo: Rick Hamilton

January / February 1994

Sue Ellen Trapp ran 223 miles 1340 yards at the Gibson Ranch 48 Hour in Sacramento, setting a U.S. record and narrowly missing a world best. Photo: Jane Byng