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Why The Rocky Mountain Slam Is The Toughest Race Series In Ultrarunning

The Rocky Mountain Slam, a series of five races through the Rockies, is the quirkiest and toughest race series in ultrarunning.

Why Leadville’s “Cutoff Queen” Has The Toughest Job In The Sport

Sandy Monahan is known as the "Cutoff Queen" at Leadville 100, and her job is to tell people when their race is over and they've been cut.

Ultrarunner Kilian Jornet On Peaking At The Right Time

In this exclusive Q&A, Jornet shares what it takes to push yourself to the limit and how to prepare for big challenges and goals.

The Lure Of The Wild And Remote Bears Ears National Monument

Located in Utah, lacing up and exploring the area by foot is the key to unlocking the magic of this remote undeveloped, precious wilderness.

Why You Should Run The Mont Blanc Marathon

Flying to France may seem like an extravagance, but for trail and mountain running fanatics, the Mont Blanc Marathon is a must-do race.

Western States Adds Drug Testing Protocol To 2017 Race

For the first time in its 44-year history, the race will be implementing a new drug testing policy and protocol.

Women Who Win This Trail Race Will Be Paid More Than Men

The committee of the Barr Trail Mountain Race on Pike's Peak voted to pay the female winners 20 percent more than the male winners.

Ultrarunner Kaci Lickteig Aims for Second Consecutive Win at Western States

The 2016 Western States champ returns to the ultra race on June 24 and is feeling fit enough to possibly win this year's event.

Big Changes For The North Face Endurance Challenge California

Its new route incorporates classic trails and the Golden Gate Bridge.

My First Ultra: If I Quit, I Would Regret It Forever

"During the first half of the race, nearly 50 percent of the field dropped out due to the horrendous conditions."

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