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Humans of HOKA: Lasondra Wilson

Hi! My name is Lasondra Wilson and I am the owner of Yellowcake Desserts, a small bakery in Northern California! I am a former preschool teacher of 13 years and I recently resigned to pursue my business full time. In addition to educating children and baking, I love to read, hike, and garden. Baking and

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Time to Keep Moving Forward with Magda Boulet

Magda Boulet, wears many hats throughout her day. She’s VP of Innovation at GU Energy labs, a professional Ultra Runner for HOKA ONE ONE, Coach in her running community, and most importantly, she’s a mom of a teenager. Tell us about yourself, Magda. I grew up in Poland and immigrated to the US when I

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Humans of HOKA: Hannah Kim

Hi, I’m Hannah! I’m a mom of three and currently working on self-development through parkour (@parkour_mama). I grew up in the pool constantly smelling like chlorine, and it wasn’t until a dejecting senior year in college swim that I discovered the joy of running. At first I joined treadmill runs with my girlfriends just to

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Humans of HOKA: Carissa Yao

My name is Carissa. I’m a graduate student at UC Berkeley and a UI/UX Designer. I have been running for just under 10 years. Running is my love language to myself and the communities I’ve been a part of. What started just as a hobby, running around the neighborhoods and school tracks of Shanghai, I

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“Stringing Hundreds” with Patrick Reagan

Patrick Reagan has been steadily climbing the ultrarunning ranks since he jumped into the sport in 2015, and there’s no end in sight. Perhaps more impressive than his finishes at top ultra races, though, are the sheer number of races Patrick enters. We asked Patrick to walk us through his 2019 racing calendar, which saw

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Tara Warren’s Wind River High Route FKT Attempt

Tara Warren has been a HOKA Flyer since 2015, but has been running trail ultras for much longer. With a lack of races on the calendar, though, Tara decided to make lemonade out of lemons and attempt a bucket list item befitting of a decorated ultrarunner: the Wind River High Route Fastest Known Time (FKT). We

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