- Are High-Cushioned Shoes Right for You? by Pam Smith
- Longevity in Ultrarunning by Sean Meissner
- Candy Hearts and IPA by Meredith Terranova
- Braving the Beast Coast Winter by Amy Rusiecki
- Chris DeNucci’s Journey: Inspiration, Intuition & Surgery by John Trent
- JFK 50
- Blood Rock
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.
The Elite Runner-Volunteer: Striking a Balance By Giving Back
The following is an addendum to Joe Uhan’s April column, “Volunteerism & Running Longevity” Locally, Craig Thornley was the first…
Way too much fun at the 25th running of Way Too Cool 50k
The 25-year anniversary of the iconic Way Too Cool 50k was a smashing success, with an exact 1,000 finishers, the…
Hydration Gear Review Part 2: Back Mounted Pack Systems
by Donald Buraglio Last week we looked at the large variety of handheld and waist-mounted hydration packs on the market…
Hydration Gear Review – Part 1: Handheld And Waist-Mounted Systems
Over the past several years, innovations in hydration science have evolved at a somewhat steady rate; it seems like every summer there are advanced formulations, newly discovered ingredients, or enhanced electrolyte blends that promise to improve our performance. For the containers that hold those drinks, however, it was a different story.
Run The Rann 101KM – Dholviria, India
Traveling overseas as an “elite athlete” comes with romantic aire of catered this, escorted that. A plane ticket arrives in your email inbox with an itinerary you may have had some input on. This particular trip, I was thankful to see the direct flights, minimal connections each way and with a carrier I fly frequently.