Interview with Brit Dick ’09 published ahead of summer races
A question-and-answer interview with Brit Dick ’09 of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, was featured March 7 on Emerald Mountain Epic.com. She is a world-ranked ultrarunner, USA Triathlon All-American and Champion Burro Racer and spoke in advance of several races in mountain biking and running that she plans to compete in this summer.
In “Confident, Not Braggadocious,” she discusses her progression from participating in running and mountain biking in Wisconsin to adding triathlons, longer races, ultrarunning and ski biathlons.
She has been featured twice on the cover of Trail Runner magazine.
At Ripon, she majored in psychology and anthropology and competed in cross country and track and field. She was inducted into the Ripon College Athletic Hall of Fame during Alumni Weekend in June 2019.
She currently is in nursing school.
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