Club Fat Ass is a grassroots sports club with a worldwide vision. Our members host trail running, triathlon, cycling and other "active lifestyle" events for fellow members. Club events are fun, physically challenging, environmentally friendly and emphasize camaraderie as much as competition. Each event is a reflection of the unique personality of the Event Host. All Club events are free to Club members. Membership is open to anyone who enjoys playing outdoors. Join us!

Bill Dagg - On The Podium At The Montrail BC Ultra Trail Running Series

Club Fat Ass colours proudly displayed on the winners podium for the Montrail BC Ultra Trailrunning Series 2005 male 40-49 age group.

5 seconds too slow

I've heard that the saddest day in a boy's life is when he realizes that he is faster than his father.... unfortunately I'm going to have to wait a few more months to know that feeling.

Gary Robbins - In his Backyard

Gary Robbins preparing the course outline for the inaugural Squamish Scrambler

Endurance Sports Technical T-shirt Stink Test


Club Fat Ass - Endurance Sport, Running, Ean Jackson's Technical T-shirt Stink TestIt doesn’t seem like all that long ago I got my first technical t-shirt. I can’t recall which race it was, but I do remember being as happy as pie to get something other than a cotton t-shirt as an enduring souvenir of the event.

100 mile course from Whistler/Pemberton to Squamish

Has anyone ever thought of running or creating a 100 mile trail race from Whistler (or area) to Squamish?

What would this course be? Trails, route, places for aid etc?

I'm not thinking about being an RD for this, but I am thinking about running if a course existed (next summer). I was thinking something like Comfortably Numb (25km), some Lost Lake trails (??) connecting to the Cheakamus 50 course if possible (50-60km) and then Stormy course (67km) which is close to 160. Does this make sense and could this all be connected?

What's So Special About Running in Vancouver, Canada?

Trail Running with a Broken Foot?

For the past year, I've had a bad foot. After months of X-rays, bone scans, diagnoses from doctors, physiotherapists, podiatrists and a few quacks, I learned I had Plantar Fasciitis.

Blogging for Event Hosts

With our new website come some great interactive features. Thanks to those of you who experimented with the new site, posted comments, stories, images, forum topics and updated their own event website. It is exciting to see the site grow in content and popularity with your input.

A few of you have asked if the Club Fat Ass site has blogging capabilities.

Silvertip 50 Race Report

As my first ever blog, I am going to do a race report of the Silvertip 50 km trail run. As a backgrounder, the Silvertip 50 km is the last race of the BC Montrail ultrarunning series. The start/end point of the run is in Sunshine Valley close to Hope.

Geoff Wins at Silvertip

Congratulations to Geoff Palmer, great season you are having! Any chance of a race report G? 1st. place  Geoffry Palmer  4:43:26

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