I jogged only a little bit of it - I'm a hiker, not a runner. For me:
1) I jogged some of the downhills, I should have literally "hiked" my own hike and I would have finished looser and probably sooner.
2) No poles. IMO, people with their leg in a cast benefit from crutches. I try to avoid that situation. Poles are for X-C skiing and picking up liter along the highway.
3) I eat normal food and a lot of water. I had three steak wraps, two thai chicken wraps, and 8 ounces of cashews over 12 hours, 28 miles. About 4,000 calories. I had 8,000 along. Post-run was pizza and a large beer -grin-.
To do it again, I'd have (a) found someway, somehow to mile up more despite the 3 feet of snow on the ground all winter, (b) not run the downhills, personally, (c) brought less food - some reserves, but not double what I needed (Phantom Ranch was an option to resupply with power bars, etc) (d) put some of the calories into my water bottles - something I did back when I did 100k's when I was half my age, but haven't found a need for IF I'm miled up prior to a 40- or 50-mile day hike.
Things that went well: The 5 am start was good for me, earlier would have just made for more dark miles. (In June or July, I'd go earlier to avoid the heat, but was the LAST of our problems that day). My clothing was great and my puffy layer (Patagonia Nano Puff) was always in reserve - a comforting thought on that day. The group was a great bunch of guys (and a gal) who looked out for each. I didn't need that as a low-mileage (28 miles) hiker, but it was heartening to see.