Candice Burt, Race Director/Owner
Candice Burt organizes trail races in some of the most beautiful places in the USA. She is the first race director to create a 200 mile single loop trail running race (and now a the first point to point 200 – the Bigfoot 200) and the Moab 240, her third 200 + mile event. Candice owns Destination Trail, LLC a company that organizes epic trail races in the US with a mission to give back to the trails though trail work and charitable donations. Candice is a mom to two girls, a competitive trail runner, and a dog mom of 3 amazing doggos in addition to her work with Destination Trail. Candice lives in Leavenworth, WA when he’s not on the road organizing trail races and exploring the mountains 6+months of the year.
Kristal Sager, Assistant Race Director, Volunteer Coordinator
Riley Smith, Race Organizing Team
Riley was born and raised in small town in Eastern Oregon. He became inspired to run by watching his brothers and sisters run when he was young. After running in high school Riley transitioned to triathlons for 4 years before fully finding my true love, trail running! Being out on the trails exploring the mountains are what makes him happy. Riley started off with a few road marathons and then on to a few 50ks followed by a 100k. He first met the Destination Trail Crew at the 2016 Bigfoot 200 and never left.. he loves being around like minded people who share a passion for the trails and mountains. His motto is, “Do what you LOVE and you will never work a day in your life!”
Todd Nardi, Medical Director
In 2014, Todd, who grew up skiing in Tahoe, heard about the first-of-its-kind Tahoe 200 and knew he had to be a part of the medical team. He emailed Candice and two weeks later, agreed to be the medical director. After saying “yes” to this, his life has never been the same. Todd has a passion for emergency medicine and years of experience to boot – he’s worked everywhere from an ambulance to one of the busiest trauma centers in Arizona. Wilderness medicine is his secret to finding a balance with it all. He’s an EMT, a WFR and EDT. Todd says he’s blessed to be able to combine his three passions: helping others, medicine and Mother Nature. Todd’s motto is “Be bold, be kind, be safe and be awesome!”