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The air is sweet and dry in the late-afternoon light of Truckee, California. It has the smell and feel of the West: the beacon of new beginnings and also the jagged and seismically volatile edge of the nation. A place that symbolizes prosperity while holding the promise of one day tearing itself completely apart.
Story written by Italian running journalist Alberto Stretti and edited by Richard Bolt. Photo credits D. Benedetto and M. Gulberti (for corsainmontagna.it). You can read Corsa in Montagna’s Italian language Trofeo Nasego race summary on their website. Last weekend, the Trofeo Nasego race hosted Italy’s mountain running national championship where local hero’s went up against... Read more »
The female sex is so often guilty of comparing ourselves to others. It’s a known phenomenon among Kardashian followers, Instagram models, Pinterest moms, and I’d argue it’s probably true of a lot of us Trail Sisters. We know it’s silly. Still, we open up Instagram and see Anna Frost’s adventures in the lower hemisphere, we ... Read moreAn Ode to the Weekend Warrior
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HOKA ONE ONE CARBON X EVENT RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/experience-carbon-x-boulder-tickets-61471959285?aff=ebdsorderfblightbox&fbclid=IwAR2HqflI4A-Q-kXulv-N2Uf0Fsi9f1Jo-3vTavUPcEWxM4Uo-u_533gXJhA (Saturday May 25th at 12pm Full Cycle on Pearl Street in Boulder, CO) Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/620813648386815/ ROKA Strava Challenge: https://www.strava.com/challenges/ROKA-15-15-challenge SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/Vo2maxProductions?sub_confirmation=1 TRAINING PLANS: https://www.sagerunning.com SUPPORT ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/SageRunning FOLLOW ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SAGE-Running-878446448854676/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/SageCanaday Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sagecanaday/?hl=en
Press release from American Trail Running Association Double-track member and Colorado based sports nutrition company Tailwind Nutrition. Colorado-based sports drink manufacturer, Tailwind Nutrition, is proud to be named the recipient of the 2019 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting. The award, a joint recognition from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)... Read more »
As an athlete, filmmaker, and a race director, Sherpa John Lacroix is a seminal figure in the modern version of the sport of ultrarunning—and one who’s not afraid to ruffle a few feathers either. We caught up with Sherpa John for a fun conversation about his roots in hiking and backpacking (1:30), how he cut his teeth in race directing and may have semi-accidentally started the OCR craze (7:05), his current race series (29:00), ultrarunning as therapy (31:45), commercialization in the sport, his favorite races, and more.
Living in Flagstaff, Arizona, and training with some of the best trail runners in the nation, Stephen Kersh hit the trail-running scene hard in 2018. Kersh runs with his buddies, the Coconino Cowboys: Jim Walmsley, Jared Hazen, Tim Freriks, Cody Reed and Eric Senseman, among others.
BREAKING NEWS‼️ SNOWDON SKYLINE has been appointed the qualifying race for the SKYMASTERS which will take place in Limone, Italy in October. The MALE and FEMALE winner of Snowdon Skyline will receive a coveted spot to race alongside the best …
Medium: Really good, straight talk about injuries and struggles with motivation. Mocko: Help Chris score a pancake sponsorship. Game on, Boone. Trail Sisters: Running your best after menopause. Beer: Meet Doochie Cook, the guy trying to bring the craft beer scene to black America. Outside: Clickbait article calling trail runners …
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One thing I love about trail running, and especially ultrarunning, is the chance to talk in depth about a variety of topics for hours on the trail. On any given day these might include parenting issues, the next race on the calendar, training pitfalls, injury prevention, and female body systems.
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A couple weeks ago I ran the McDonald Forest 50k for my 6th time. I hadn't run the race since 2015, so I was excited to get back out there and see how fast I could go. My training this spring was decent, but I did very few fast efforts or long runs because of a lingering shin injury. Regardless, I still had high hopes for race day.
Tayte Pollmann’s articles are supported by American Trail Running Association corporate member Nike Trail Running. You can follow Tayte’s adventures on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Active at Altitude is an ATRA member and partner in organizing the annual US Trail Running Conference. Last week I helped coach runners at the six day Active at Altitude Spring... Read more »
Since the beginning of Go Beyond Racing in 2013, we’ve taken recycling and reducing the environmental impact of our events seriously. We’ve tried a lot of different things over the years to be the best we could at this, including using compostable products, eliminating packaging, paying for carbon offsets on the shipping, using reusable dishes […]
As I’m writing this, it’s a beautiful sunny day where I am sitting in Boulder, Colorado. It’s 76 degrees and runners are passing by on the trails out the front door. I hear birds chirping the same thing over and over, which I think roughly translates to: “Hey, you coward. Go outside. And do something. Epic.”
BBC: How do periods affect athletes and why are they monitored? Beer: Why is the NA scene blowing up globally but the US is so far behind? GOAT: Good article about Yiannis Kouros’ absolute domination over his body and his competitors. Ultrarunning Magazine: Ellie sits down for a great interview …
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