Renaissance Man

Chris Lundstrom is speedy—on and off the road. The 2:17 marathoner and former Stanford runner talks about whether top-level road talent can translate to trail success.

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Roads to Trails

Olympic Marathoner Meb Keflezighi trains on dirt

“I love running trails,” Meb Keflezighi said in a recent interview I conducted via email ...

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Rickey Gates on Trail Running, Traveling and Living the Dream

In a sport not lacking offbeat characters with exceptional endurance, Rickey Gates stands out.

Trail running’s Kerouac-quoting, motorcycle-riding ...

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Fierceness

Anna Frost runs with a vengeance

In a typical road marathon, the men’s winner crosses the finish line and ...

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Keeper of the Trail

Why Peter Bakwin holds the key to all trail records

Long-time trail runner, Peter Bakwin, 49, of Boulder, Colorado, is best known as the man behind the trail-running speed record website, ...

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Front of the Pack

Nick Clark races to the top of U.S. ultrarunning

Whether it is a 100-mile trail race or the local Vertical Beer Mile (where Clark currently holds the course record) in his hometown of ...

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