Courtney Dauwalter has established herself as one of the best ultrarunners — male or female — of all time. She has been named one of the 50 Fittest Athletes in the World by Sports Illustrated and a two-time Ultrarunner of the Year. She won the 2017 Moab 240 by 10 hours (ahead of all men and women) and the women’s division of 2018 the Western States 100, broke the Tahoe 200 female course record in 2018 by 18+ hours, claimed the fastest female time at the 2019 UTMB, and won the 2020 Big Dog Backyard Ultra by running 283 miles (more than all men and women competitors). Gain an inside look at how she does it in this documentary film that explores her source of will. How does the candy-loving, beer drinking athlete crush 200+ mile races, in some cases, beating all the men and the women? “The Source” from Dream Lens Media gives viewers a front row seat as Courtney races the Tahoe 200.
About Adam Hodges
Adam Hodges, PhD, is a trail runner, mountain endurance athlete, and coach with credentials from the United Endurance Sports Coaching Academy (UESCA), USA Triathlon (USAT) and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). In addition to coaching multisport athletes, he has coached high school cross country and track runners in California and masters swimmers in Colorado and California. As a USAT All-American triathlete, he has competed in the ITU World Triathlon Championships, the ITU World Duathlon Championships, and the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. As a masters runner, he has won a series title in the XTERRA SoCal Trail Series. His current pursuits include trail running, climbing, mountaineering, skimo, and cross-country skiing.