Ultra/Trail Running Panel & Meet-and-Greet
March 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
WHEN: Wednesday, March 28th | 6:30pm
WHERE: Finish Line Physical Therapy | 119 W 23rd Street, 3rd Floor
Join our panel of experts for an evening of education revolving around trail and ultra running.
We will discuss the ins and outs of training, address proper gear, share local events, and more.
You will also have the opportunity to meet other trail and ultra runners and even find training partners for some safe, exciting, and challenging trail running in the NYC metro area!
Don’t forget to bring questions for our expert panel:
Ramon’s running career extends across 41 years as runner and 21 years as a coach.
He has completed hundreds of races of all distances from 1 mile to 205 miles, including Ironman races. Ramon started running ultramarathons back in 2002 when ultrarunning was unknown to most.
Ramon: “I love the loneliness of trail running”
Stephen England runs with Team Type 1 Elite and has been living with type 1 diabetes since the age of 14. He grew up in London, England but has called New York City home for the last 11 years.
Stephen runs everyday and races competitively several times a year across the US and internationally. In 2011, after a handful of marathons, he was seeking a new challenge Stephen ran his first ultra and has never looked back. He has run 70+ marathons and ultras, 10 of which have been 100 miles or more with zero DNF’s.
Some of his highlights include winning The North Face DC 50K, his first 100 miler at Leadville, sub-24 at Western States and completion of some of the toughest mountain races in the world; UTMB, Fat Dog 120, Tahoe 200 and most recently the Manaslu stage race in the Himalayas.
Stephen’s motto in life: “I run diabetes, diabetes does not run me.”
Tiffany’s passion for running started at a young age competing in cross country and track & field throughout middle school, high school and college. After college, she began to run marathons and has completed 12 in total. Tiffany still considers herself new to the trail and ultra scene, running her first 50 miler in 2015. Since then, she has completed several other ultras including Gorge Waterfalls 100K, Black Canyon 100K (both Western States qualifiers), Fat Dog 70 miler and most recently, the Manaslu Trail Stage Race in Nepal at high altitude with stunning scenery. She is now taking the plunge and is training for her first 100 miler, the Leadville 100 in August.
Tiffany is very involved in the NYC community coaching with The Run SMART Project for the NY Flyers’ Marathon Training Program (one of the largest local running clubs in NYC) as well as the Robin Hood Foundation’s Marathon Training Program. Additionally, she is also a coach for Jack Rabbit’s Marathon Program and a Nike Pacer.