To people uninitiated in the ultrarunning world, 100-mile runs lie somewhere between incredible and unfathomable. Endurance Athlete Profile: David Goggins. Photo by Diana Fulmer.

He is a retired United States Navy SEAL and former United States Air Force Tactical Air Control Party member who served in the Iraq War. It was 2005. He is now retired from the military and has found a new career as an author of “Can’t Hurt Me” , motivational speaker, and all-around physical badass. Kyle Fulmer with his team of supporters after finishing ninth at the Angeles Crest 100.
All this was in the span of two months. David Goggins (born February 17, 1975) is an American ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete, motivational speaker and author. Meet David Goggins, who attempted to run a 100-mile marathon using the cookie jar method when he had not run more than 1 mile in the previous 6 months.Goggins was a part of the US Navy Seal.

He is the former world record holder for the most pull-ups done in 24 hours. But, when normal people start making the transition to longer days on trails, 100 miles starts to seem less crazy. David Goggins had run 70 miles of his 100-mile race when he began to pee blood. The HURT100 (Hawaiian Ultra Running Team’s Trail 100-Mile Endurance Run) is a very difficult event designed for the adventurous and well-prepared ultrarunner. In 2005, several of his fellow military friends died in Afghanistan in a helicopter crash during Operation Red Wings. It is conducted on trails within the jurisdiction of the State of Hawai‘i Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR), Division of Forestry and Wildlife, Nā Ala Hele program.

100-Mile Endurance Run, one of the hardest ultras in the world. And for ample measure, he entered the H.U.R.T. by Charlie. I have had the privilege to meet and run with some amazing athletes who have done some amazing feats – run across America, run in the Olympics, run across the Sahara, run across the Death Valley Badwater course unassisted, to name some of the highlights. Goggins, a 240-pound Navy SEAL, had entered the San Diego race to raise money for charity. Goggins finished ninth. From running 100-mile races to landing in the Guinness Book of Records, David Goggins has more than a few noteworthy accomplishments under his belt. Sure, he was fit but not a runner of any sort. 6 years ago.
David Roche August 8th, 2017 .

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