Ultra Marathoner & Race Director
I started running with cross country in high school, then ran 5 miles, 6 days a week, as a paratrooper in the US Army's 101st Airborne Division between 1962-65. After being a recreational runner for many years, doing an occasional 5K or 10K, I met a guy who was training for the 2004 LA Marathon. It was 5 weeks before the race and I could only run about 10 miles at the time. On March 7, 2004, I ran the LAM. I was hooked. Six days later, I ran the Catalina Marathon.
Eventually, I started running longer races, including 100 milers.
To date, I've run 365 races of marathon distance or greater, including 18 different 100 mile runs. On May 9, 2009, I hosted my first race. Yolanda was one of the marathon finishers. I've now hosted 744 races and will be at 751 at the end of 2016.
For more information on Charlie Alewine Racing visit my website http://charliealewineracing.jimdo.com/
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