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The Benefits of Running With Power Vs. Pace (Pt. 3)

The following is Part 3 of our three-part series showcasing the difference between running with power or with pace. See Part 1 and

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

The Benefits of Running With Power Vs. Pace (Pt. 1)

The following is Part 1 of our three-part series showcasing the difference between running with power or with pace. You can read Part

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,

Epic Adventure: Running Colorado’s Four Pass Loop

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

Video: Watch Joe Gray Fly Down Pikes Peak’s Barr Trail

Joe Gray, one of America’s top trail runners for much of the past decade, decisively won the 12.6-mile Barr Trail Mountain Race along

Photos: 2016 U.S. Mountain Running Championships at Loon Mountain

Sometimes in trail running, race directors create courses with wickedly steep hills. All you can do is keep pumping your arms and legs and

Addie Bracy, Joe Gray Win U.S. Mountain Running Championships

Addie Bracy admits she was so frustrated about her running recently, she nearly quit the sport. Try as she did, the 29-year-old runner from

America’s Toughest Trail: The Manitou Incline

The Manitou Incline is less than a mile long, but it can feel like an eternity to reach the top.

How to Find a Good Running Trail

Some tips on how to find the best trail runs in your area.

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