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Mountain Running 101: Finding Your Stride

The training involved for a mountain race is like a bag of trail mix with a little bit of everything thrown in.

Salming’s Latest Sneaker Is Built For Rugged Terrain

Even if you’re an avid trail runner with your nose in all industry news, you may not have heard of Salming shoes…yet. Although popular

Ultrarunner Sally McRae Doesn’t Make Excuses

Ultrarunner Sally McRae sets her alarm clock for 4 a.m. every day. And, she never hits the snooze button. “As soon as you start listing

The Benefits of Running With Power Vs. Pace (Pt. 2)

The following is Part 2 of our three-part series showcasing the difference between running with power or with pace. See Part 1 and

How to Deal With Nature’s Elements on Ultras

This excerpt comes from Hal Koerner’s Field Guide to Ultrarunning, a comprehensive handbook to running 30 to 100 miles and beyond,

How to Combine an Ultramarathon with a RV Trip in the National Parks

One ultrarunner shares tips on how to plan an RV trip around an ultramarathon after doing a 100-miler near the Everglades in Florida.

Hash Hound Harriers: A Tradition That Cures Hangovers?

The group bills themselves as a drinking club with a running problem.

Portland Parks Foundation Crowdfunding For Wildwood Trail Footbridge

The Portland Parks Foundation is working to improve the safety for both pedestrians and vehicles with a footbridge on the Wildwood Trail.

What It Looks Like To Run Along America’s Iconic Route 66

Salomon athlete Max King decided to run from town to town in the American Southwest on Route 66 and document his journey along the way.

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