2016 Finished 12 100-milers during the year. 86 career 100-mile finishes, 9th in the world. First person to do 6 consecutive summits of Mount Timpanogos. Won Crooked Road 24-hour race. Achieved the 5th, 6th, and 8th fastest 100-mile times in the world for runners age 57+ for the year.
2013 First person to bag the six highest Wasatch peaks in one day. First and only person to do a Kings Peak double (highest peak in Utah). I've now accomplished it four times.
2010 - Overall first place Across the Years 48-hour run (187 miles), Overall first place Pony Express Traill 100.
2009 - Utah State Grand Masters 5K champion (Road Runners Club of America). National 100-mile Grand Masters Champion (Road Runners Club of America). USATF 100-mile National Champion for age 50-54.
Only person to have finished nine different 100-mile races in Utah: Wasatch, Bear, Moab, Pony Express Trail, Buffalo Run, Salt Flats, Bryce, Monument Valley, Capitol Reef.
PRs - all accomplished when over 50 years old
5K - 19:51 - 2010 Run to Walk 5K
10K - 42:04 - 2010 Smile Center
1/2 Marathon: 1:29:13 - 2011 Utah Valley
Marathon - 3:23:43 - 2010 Ogden Marathon
50K - 4:38 - 2010 Across the Years split
50-mile - 8:07 - 2010 Across the Years split
100K - 10:49 - 2010 Across The Years split
12-hours 67.1 miles - 2010 Across The Years split
100-mile 19:40 - 2011 Across the Years split
24-hours 117.8 miles - 2011 Across the Years split
48-hours 187.033 miles - 2010 Across the Years
Long-Term Running Goals:
I would like to keep running ultras into my 60s.
Details at: http://www.crockettclan.org/ultras/ultracrockett.pdf Married with six kids and six grandchildren. Started running at the age of 46 in 2004. My first race since Junior High days was a 50K. I skipped the shorter road stuff and went straight to ultramarathons. I started as a back-of-the packer, but have progressed to a top-10-percent ultra finisher. Wish I would have started running at a much earlier age. Have had several articles published in national running magazines. Check out my running adventure blog at www.crockettclan.org/blog