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Clark Zealand (b. May 15, 1973) is a Canadian ultramarathoner and CXO of trail running and event management company eco-x. Zealand currently resides in Forest, Virginia, but is originally from Lindsay, Ontario, Canada. Zealand has been running most of his life. From an early age he began putting in long miles and having great success at all levels. He moved to the USA in 1992 to pursue his dream of running at the NCAA Division I level at Liberty University. There he met Dr. David Horton and began his career as an ultramarathoner in 1999.
- University of Waterloo 2007: Ph.D., Recreation and Leisure Studies, Ecophenomenology and experiential recreation
- Liberty University 1998: M.A., Counseling sport psychology
- Liberty University 1996: Sport Management
- JFK Men's Canadian National Record 6:06:45 Clark Zealand - 1999
- 3rd place at the 2001 National 50 Mile Championships
- 5th fastest 100 mile in Canadian history
Personal best times
- 50 km – 3:20:00 (Road), 1999 GNC 50k National Championships
- 50M – 6:06:45 (Trail), 1999 JFK 50 Mile
- 100M – 15:02:00 (Trail), 2004 Vermont 100 Mile
- Allen, Ted. Horton seeking another record. Retrieved on 2008-06-05.
- THE 37TH ANNUAL JOHN F. KENNEDY 50 MILE RACE (1999-11-20).
- 2004 Runner Results Finish Results (2004-12-27).
- Beast of the East (2010-03-02).
- Eco-X Sports Ultramarathon Races - Event management
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