All Posts Categorized ‘Trail Running’: Page 2

Triumph And Heartbreak At The World’s Toughest Race

John Kelly was the only finisher at the Barkley Marathons, while a navigational error caused the only other competitor to be eliminated.

Salomon Launches Clean Sport and Athlete Transparency Initiative

In an announcement of its sponsorship of five major global trail races, Salomon is also launching its Athlete Transparency Program.

David Roche’s Coaching Philosophy For Trail Runners

We sat down with David to learn more about his coaching philosophy, personal performance goals and what it's like to train with his wife.

Why You Should Know This 26-Year-Old Breakout Ultrarunner

Jim Walmsley, an Air Force Academy runner is smashing records and taking ultrarunning to new heights.

First Fastest Known Time of the Year Awards Announced

Winners of the first FKTOY Awards for 2016 have been announced and their running adventure feats are pretty incredible.

Trails for All: Opening Up Trail Races to Visually Impaired Runners

Impaired sight isn’t stopping a growing number of runners from hitting the trails and competing in races.

One Step At A Time: A Film About Running the Pacific Crest Trail

Pursuit Films has released a 30-minute documentary about the journey of three men running 453 miles of the Oregon Pacific Crest Trail.

7 Reasons Why a Running Camp is Exactly What You Need Right Now

Why you should consider attending a running camp with examples to inspire you.

‘Running With The Belles’ Explores the Splendors of Colorado’s Four Pass Loop

A short film about the Maroon Belles, a female trail running club, taking on Colorado's legendary Four Pass Loop.

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