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Joe Grant Sets New Colorado 14ers Record With Human-Powered Approach

Ultrarunner Joe Grant has set a new self-supported record for biking to and running up all 57 of Colorado's 14,000-foot peaks.

A Day in the Life with Trail Runner Zach Miller on Pikes Peak

A look at how this 27-year-old Nike Trail Elite runner lives and trains in a cabin in the woods halfway up Colorado's Pikes Peak.

Latest Update on Karl Meltzer’s Appalachian Trail Record Attempt

The ultra-running legend known as "Speedgoat" is fighting to stay on pace.

Trail Runner Brandon Stapanowich Runs Up and Down Pikes Peak Four Times

The 30-year-old trail runner ran up and down the 14,115-foot mountain four times and accumulated 100 miles of running.

Running Deep in the Heart of Ethiopia’s Rift Valley

Inspiring images from Ethiopia's Rift Valley.

Do Something Epic: Test Your Limits with an Unsupported Adventure Run

How to plan your own epic adventure run and why.

The Power of Positivity: What I Learned at Summer (Running) Camp

Fun running in a beautiful setting and a “work vacation,” that’s what brought me to Mammoth Lakes, Calif. for Deena Kastor’s third

Epic Adventure: Running Colorado’s Four Pass Loop

Turquoise lakes, kaleidoscopic wildflowers, bursting waterfalls, plush singletrack trails and endless alpine vistas.

Elite Trail Runner Zach Miller Lives, Works and Trains on Pikes Peak

Zach Miller makes pancakes every single day. And spaghetti too. And he’s been doing it for months on end. But that’s not what he eats

Photos: Running 453 Miles of the Pacific Crest Trail in Record Time

A day-by-day photo diary of setting a new supported FKT of the Oregon Pacific Crest Trail.

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