The qualities that drive many ultra athletes to succeed can also be their downfall if left unchecked. One study dives into the complexities of ultrarunners and exercise dependency.
Native Women Running’s team is running the three-day TransRockies Run for ancestors, family, courage, and inspiration
Age slows everyone down eventually, but that’s no reason to quit trail running.
Physical fatigue, muscle soreness, and age greatly impact post-race recovery and sleep patterns.
Are ketones the key to newfound speed? Not so fast, say experts. Here’s what to know about the fueling approach some athletes say has helped them level up.
Michael McKnight, from Smithfield, Utah, won the Cocodona 250. Coming from the 62nd position at mile 78, McKnight finished with a time of 69 hours and 41 minutes. Sarah Ostaszewki, of Flagstaff, Arizona, was the first female finisher.
A recent study explored how runners can use these mental strategies to perform better, and enjoy their time on the trail more.
The champion ultrarunner gives us advice for ditching the data and reconnecting with what we love about trail running.
Whether it’s pushing through discomfort or fatigue, endurance is central to our sport. A new study shows the significance of the practice of mind-body linkage.
Sonny Peart founded Black Trail Runners in 2020, to build a community of runners who felt safe and seen. This May, they’re launching the UK's first-ever trail race organized by Black runners.
When racial diversity, age, and experience intersects in running, the result is a wellspring of insight and contribution. These veteran runners have made running central to their lives and identities.
Eric Spector, 75, on chasing his ultrarunning dreams and how running helps him live life to the fullest.
A new study has interesting strategic implications for reducing muscle damage during and after exercise.
The founder of Native Women Running is running the Javelina Jundred this weekend to celebrate her heritage and encourage Native women to find their own trails toward healing.
“Through this race, we inspire people around us to be better citizens of this world and to transcend themselves”
Ultrarunning, why? The Diversity of Motivations and Experiences in Ultrarunners
The biggest climate change legislation ever has just cleared the senate. Here’s why trail runners should care.
Crystal Toolie traveled from Nome, Alaska, to compete in one of the world’s most iconic 100-mile races.
Elite athlete and 2022 Canyons 100K winner Jazmine Lowther is taking her passion for mountains and a career in environmental science to compete at CCC this month.
Rancher and Native lands advocate Eli Neztsosie shares his approach to running through the world’s hottest place with reverence.