- Shaking It Out With Topher Gaylord by Mario Fraioli
- Barkley Marathons by “Laz” Cantrell, RD
- From Desperation to Salvation by Robert Plagmann
- Hill Training for Flatlanders by Travis Macy
- How to Run in an Inferno by Dean Karnazes
- The Joy of the Ultra Community by Ellie Greenwood
- Weight and Resistance Training by Ann Trason
Fuego y Agua Survival Run: Adapt or Die
This run in Nicaragua takes you over two volcanos while traveling around the island of Ometepe completing tasks that imitate daily local Nicaraguan life. It forces you to adapt to the challenges you face as you run 60 miles through a brutal course and the chances are that you will not finish.
Just Another Number on a 100-mile Western States Journey
With each passing year, it’s a race we know we shouldn’t be running. But often, against our better judgment, knowing full well the runner we were last year, or 10 years ago, or 20 years ago could be far different from who we are today, we run it anyway.
Caroline and Robert Boller Releases Robie Point Wine Brand to benefit Western States 100 Endurance Run
Ultrarunner Caroline Boller and her husband, Robert, released the Robie Point® Pinot today to celebrate the 2017 Western States® 100 Endurance Run. 10% of the proceeds will be donated to the Western States® Endurance Run Foundation.
Quick & Dirty: Dani Filipek, New Ultrarunner and New U.S. 50 Mile Champ
Last week at the Cayuga Trails 50 Mile, Dani Filipek won the US 50 Mile National Championships and secured a spot on the 2018 Trail World Championships team. A new face in the sport, having made her ultra debut this year, Filipek sports a speedy marathon PB of 2:41:32 and ran at the 2016 Olympic Marathon Team Trials.
Top Ten Reasons to do the Western States Training Camp
The Memorial Weekend Western States Training Camp is a three-day un-timed event wherein runners cover the final 70 miles of the Westerns States 100 Mile Endurance Run. Here are my top ten reasons to do it!
In Your Time(s) of Need
In an April 2009 issue of the magazine Runners World, there was an article titled “Flight of the Bumble Bee” where I was referenced in the story and deemed the “Patron Saint of Pacers.” I’d given some advice to a woman who I’d find out later was a columnist for the sports rag.