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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
   
Teddy Keizer, aka Cave Dog, is an Oregon political figure and well-known record holder in the world of speed hiking/climbing. He is perhaps best known for his record time in completing the Colorado Mighty Mountain Megamarathon, which he did in 10 days, 15 hours, and 26 minutes in September of 2000<ref name = "test1">[http://www.thedogteam.com], This website details some of the history and rules related to the Mighty Mountain Megamarathon and Keizer's other speed records.</ref>. His record still holds as of March 2014.
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Teddy Keizer, aka Cave Dog, is an Oregon political figure and well-known record holder in the world of speed hiking/climbing. He is perhaps best known for his record time in completing the Colorado Mighty Mountain Megamarathon, which he did in 10 days, 15 hours, and 26 minutes in September of 2000<ref name = "test1">[http://www.thedogteam.com Link text], This website details some of the history and rules related to the Mighty Mountain Megamarathon and Keizer's other speed records.</ref>. His record still holds as of March 2014.
 
Keizer also holds speed records for the New York Adirondack 46 High Peaks, the New York Catskills 35 and the New Hampshire White Mountain Four Thousand Footers. Keizer has appeared in multiple national media outlets including the New York Times and the Outdoor Life Network.
 
Keizer also holds speed records for the New York Adirondack 46 High Peaks, the New York Catskills 35 and the New Hampshire White Mountain Four Thousand Footers. Keizer has appeared in multiple national media outlets including the New York Times and the Outdoor Life Network.
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
   
Keizer grew up in Coos Bay, Oregon. His family enjoyed outdoor adventures and had the philosophy that you can't understand an area unless you get out and tread upon it. <ref name = "test2">[http://alpine-high.blogspot.com/2014/03/my-interview-with-teddy-keizer.html], Several of the facts in this article are referenced from the blog Alpine Mountain High in Colorado which has an interview with Teddy Keizer posted.</ref> Keizer demonstrated academic success early in life and eventually attended and graduated from Brown University with degrees in Political Science and Biology.
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Keizer grew up in Coos Bay, Oregon. His family enjoyed outdoor adventures and had the philosophy that you can't understand an area unless you get out and tread upon it. <ref name = "test2">[http://alpine-high.blogspot.com/2014/03/my-interview-with-teddy-keizer.html Link text], Several of the facts in this article are referenced from the blog Alpine Mountain High in Colorado which has an interview with Teddy Keizer posted.</ref> Keizer demonstrated academic success early in life and eventually attended and graduated from Brown University with degrees in Political Science and Biology.
   
 
==Hiking and Climbing Speed Records==
 
==Hiking and Climbing Speed Records==
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Keizer trained vigorously for his record attempt, summiting 14ers over 200 times before attempting the record in 2000. In addition to route planning and physical training, Keizer spent a significant amount of effort laying out detailed driving directions to and from each trailhead.
 
Keizer trained vigorously for his record attempt, summiting 14ers over 200 times before attempting the record in 2000. In addition to route planning and physical training, Keizer spent a significant amount of effort laying out detailed driving directions to and from each trailhead.
In early September of 2000, Keizer, with the help of his team (known as the ‘Dog Team’), set out to break the Mighty Mountain Megamarathon record. During this physically grueling effort, Keizer unintentionally fell asleep on the trail three times. Despite these minor setbacks, Keizer completed the Megamarathon and broke the record with a time of 10 days, 15 hours, and 26 minutes. Keizer’s final peak during the record breaking attempt was Long’s Peak, which is also the last time he ever summited a 14er. In the 14 years since he broke the record, no one has been able to lower it again (a 41 year old John Prater attempted to break the record just this past year without success).<ref name = "test3">[http://www.sbnation.com/longform/2013/6/25/4459920/chasing-cave-dog-climbing-colorado-14ers-world-record-attempt]</ref>
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In early September of 2000, Keizer, with the help of his team (known as the ‘Dog Team’), set out to break the Mighty Mountain Megamarathon record. During this physically grueling effort, Keizer unintentionally fell asleep on the trail three times. Despite these minor setbacks, Keizer completed the Megamarathon and broke the record with a time of 10 days, 15 hours, and 26 minutes. Keizer’s final peak during the record breaking attempt was Long’s Peak, which is also the last time he ever summited a 14er. In the 14 years since he broke the record, no one has been able to lower it again (a 41 year old John Prater attempted to break the record just this past year without success).<ref name = "test3">[http://www.sbnation.com/longform/2013/6/25/4459920/chasing-cave-dog-climbing-colorado-14ers-world-record-attempt Link text]</ref>
   
 
===Other Hiking Speed Records===
 
===Other Hiking Speed Records===
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==Media and Television Appearances==
 
==Media and Television Appearances==
   
Keizer’s hiking prowess has led to appearances on television and in magazine and newspaper articles. Shortly after breaking the Mighty Mountain Megamarathon record Keizer was featured in a New York Times article<ref name = "test4">[http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/10/sports/outdoors-he-s-a-speed-marathon-climber-they-call-him-cave-dog.html]</ref>. He also was featured on an Outdoor Life Network documentary in which he was challenged to do a 50 km hike in all 50 states in 100 days<ref name = "test4">[http://www.thedogteam.com/50KM50States-Web_Pages/50KM50States/50KM50States-index-frame.html]</ref>.
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Keizer’s hiking prowess has led to appearances on television and in magazine and newspaper articles. Shortly after breaking the Mighty Mountain Megamarathon record Keizer was featured in a New York Times article<ref name = "test4">[http://www.nytimes.com/2002/11/10/sports/outdoors-he-s-a-speed-marathon-climber-they-call-him-cave-dog.html Link text]</ref>. He also was featured on an Outdoor Life Network documentary in which he was challenged to do a 50 km hike in all 50 states in 100 days<ref name = "test5">[http://www.thedogteam.com/50KM50States-Web_Pages/50KM50States/50KM50States-index-frame.html Link text]</ref>.
   
 
==Political Career==
 
==Political Career==
   
Keizer’s political aspirations date back to his time at Brown where he was elected student body president and worked on Patrick Kennedy’s first congressional campaign. Keizer has a passion for the environment and campaigns on a green platform<ref name = "test4">[http://www.goteddygo.com</ref>]</ref>.
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Keizer’s political aspirations date back to his time at Brown where he was elected student body president and worked on Patrick Kennedy’s first congressional campaign. Keizer has a passion for the environment and campaigns on a green platform<ref name = "test6">[http://www.goteddygo.com Link text]</ref>.
   
 
==References==
 
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