- My First Attempt at 100 Miles by Heather Borsellino
- FOURmidable by Gary Dudney
- Hydration Packs Review by Donald Buraglio
- How to Tackle the Big Dance by Ellie Greenwood
- The Views Have to Be Earned by Cory Reese
- Destin Beach Ultra Runs
Pearl Izumi and their Runners
Like any runner alone on the trails, you make friends and talk about things runners talk about: shoes, poles, clothing, fuel, food and beer. Those bonds grow and materialize into friends taking care of friends, or so that is my story and very brief introduction to Pearl Izumi.
Suunto Ambit3 Vertical GPS Watch Review
The fourth member of Suunto Ambit3 GPS family, the Vertical has a robust feature set that emphasizes – you guessed it – vertical ascent and descent data. From a functional standpoint, it occupies a middle ground between the Peak and Sport models. The key design innovation with Ambit3 Vertical is the new low-profile GPS antenna that eliminates the distinctive and bulky bump at bottom of the watch face. New features of note are vibration alerts and real time route tracking and altitude profile.
Take Care of Your Feet
Ultrarunners’ feet take a pounding like no others’. They are the workhorses that allow us to do what we do. But too often, we take them for granted until something goes south down there – usually during a big race. It’s only then that we remember just how crucial their health and happiness is to our ability to perform and get it done mile after mile.
At the Crossroads: The Fine Line between Prolific and Sustainable Ultrarunning
When the physical blow finally fell, and a new sort of running reality had set in, both Chris Jones and Jean Pommier did not know what was happening, or what was next. So much of their existence was ruled by yearly racing calendars overflowing with races. They raced the way others breathe – with a frequency that was needed, and filled them with life.
Running In, And For, Patagonia
by Nick Barraza This year’s Patagonian International Ultra-Marathon was nothing short of magical. Combining the natural elegance and wonder of Torres del Paine in Chilean Patagonia with eco-conservation initiatives in the area, the event attracted over 740 runners
How To Train For And Recover From Races In Quick Succession
Ian lays out tactics for optimizing your performance for racing multiple ultras with less than a month between.
Nutrition and Your Mental Edge – Fueling Your Attitude
Food for Thought – Ultrarunning requires some mental stamina and the question, “Can we feed the mind with any special nutrition?”…
Interview with 2013 Western States Champion Pam Smith
UltraRunning Interview: 2013 Western States Champion Pam Smith Western States Champion Pam Smith had a race for the ages on…