Anna Fyodorova has run the bridges of New York, hills in France and races throughout Europe. The Brooklyn resident won the New York 60-kilometer Knickerbocker ultramarathon several years ago and continues to race almost every weekend. She also won the New York Road Runners ultramarathoner of the year award. As of this week, Anna has run 219 New York races since 1998. And that’s just in New York. She also does endurance events abroad, though says she prefers racing on familiar ground with all the comforts of U.S. races such as Gatorade (instead of Coke). Winter usually brings a break for triathletes, but not for her. “I don’t do well with no training,” Anna said. She runs about 40 miles a week now, instead of 110 during the high season. She takes a break by biking less during the cold and focusing on swimming and running.