Addie Bracy

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After a long career on the track and road and training as a sports psychology consultant, Addie ran her first trail race at the US Mountain Running Championships in 2016 after narrowly missing qualifying for the Olympic Trials in the steeplechase. She won that race and has been hooked on the trails ever since. She ran her first 50k in 2017 and by 2018 had moved up to the 50 mile and 100 mile distance. Since then Addie has competed in some of the most competitive ultras like Western States 100, Leadville Trail 100, and Lake Sonoma 50.


Some examples of races that Addie has competed at, and can therefore help you train for with course-specific knowledge, are:


- CCC 100k by UTMB

- Run Rabbit Run 100 (1st place) 

- Western States 100 (top 10 finisher) 

- Leadville Trail 100 (2nd place) 

- Speedgoat 50k (1st place)

- Lake Sonoma 50 (3rd place) 

- Way Too Cool 50k (2nd place) 

- TNF Endurance Challenge 50 mile Championship (3rd place) 

- Black Canyon 100k 

- Bandera 100k 

- Never Summer 100k 

- Quad Rock 50

- Mountain Running Championships




- 10 years of coaching experience at the high school, collegiate, and post collegiate level; worked with hundreds of athletes ranging from first time trail runners to Olympic Trials qualifying marathoners

- Three-time US Olympic Trials Qualifier - once in the 10k, twice in the marathon (2:35 marathon personal best)

- Columnist for Trail Runner Magazine 

- Author of 'Mental Training for Ultra Running'

- Master's Degree in Sport Psychology and certified as a Mental Performance Consultant by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology

- 10-time selection to represent USA in internal competition including being a scoring member of the gold medal team at the 2017 World Mountain Running Championships

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