All Posts Tagged ‘Trail Running’: Page 4

Caballo Blanco’s Legacy Lives On

The legacy of trail running legend Micah True (aka, "Caballo Blanco") is alive and well.

Cooling Effect: Lessons Learned On The Trail

Senior editor Mario Fraioli reflects on his first ultrarunning experience.

The Everyman: Lessons Learned On A Run

For Jason Devaney, running is an experience that goes beyond fitness.

Is There One Best Running Surface?

When deciding where to run, runners should consider the properties of each surface.

America’s Premier Trail Races

Try any or all of these off-road adventures this season.

Cooling Effect: Way Too Cool Race Week

Senior editor Mario Fraioli shares some of the lessons he's learned preparing for his first ultramarathon.

Ultrarunning 101: How To Get Started

Two long-running experts share their top tips for tackling your first ultra.

A Snowshoe Racing Champion From Florida?

Florida resident Cecilia Muldoon-Walker will race in the U.S. snowshoe championships on March 1 in Vermont.

Ship Shape: How Zach Miller Trains On A Boat

The 25-year-old came out of nowhere to win one of the country's most iconic ultra faces last year.

Photos: Moab Red Hot 55K/33K

Check out these incredible images featuring some top trail runners!

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