Sage Canaday

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As a professional Mountain-Ultramarathon Runner I often train by running up to 30-miles in a single day on hilly trails. Recovery between these demanding Long Runs is paramount for success in my sport!

A native of Oregon, and ultra-marathon runner, Sage started running at the age of 12 when his soccer coach told him he was "better off without the ball." After high school Sage traveled across the country to run for LetsRun.com. Sage not only qualified for the 2008 US Olympic trials marathon, but he also won the Ivy League Conference title for 10,000m on the track and qualified as an individual for the 2007 NCAA Championships in cross country. He was the youngest Men's qualifier at the 2008 US Olympic Marathon Trials at the age of 21.

After college Sage ran professionally on the roads at the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project team from August of 2009 to February 2012. During his time at Hansons, Sage placed 17th overall at the 2010 Bank of America Chicago Marathon (8th American in the race), and placed 5th in the 2011 Rock n’ Roll New Orleans Mardi Gras half marathon with a personal best time of 1:04:32. Sage also ran a personal best marathon time  of 2:16:52 at the Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Marathon that year (2011).

In the spring of 2012 Sage started ultra marathons and trail running. He won USATF National titles at Mountain Running as well as at the Trail 100km and Trail Marathon Championships.

In 2014 Sage won the World Long Distance Mountain Running Championships at the Pikes Peak Ascent Race....leading Team US to a Gold Medal Team finish.

In 2015 Sage returned to road marathons and placed 16th overall at the Boston Marathon with a road marathon time of 2:19:12.

In both 2018 and 2019 Sage finished top 10 overall in the prestigious Golden Trail Series International competition and ranking of international mountain-trail runners.

Sage looks to continue competing at a high level on the roads and trails at distances from the 10km to 100 miles with a focus on becoming one of the best Mountain-Ultra-Trail (“MUT”) runners in the world.

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