by Jade Belzberg
On September 23, 1,400 runners will take off from Fuji-kawaguchi-ko Town, Japan, the official start of Ultra Trail Mount Fuji, a 100-mile race that circumnavigates 12,388 foot Mount Fuji. The runners will fly in from France and Belgium and Latvia, South Africa, Nepal, and Iceland, just to name a few of the countries represented at this year’s race. A handful of runners will be from the United States, one of which is INKnBURN Elite Nickademus Hollon.
Before he takes off for Tokyo, Japan next week, I asked Nick some questions about his thoughts going into the race and how he plans on recovering from Ultra Trail Mount Fuji (UTMF) and transitioning to his next big race, World’s Toughest Mudder (WTM) in November.
Here’s what he has to say: http://www.inknburnblog.com/?p=1082