Ultrarunner and author Mirna Valerio recalls patterns of overstriving in her young self that she still carries today.
More people are running and racing on trails than ever. Here’s how Dylan Bowman is stoking trail running’s flame.
Most studies on sports performance don’t include women. The team behind Stanford’s FASTR program is building a healthier culture for female athletes.
Many runners snowshoe in the off-season, but not many focus on it year round. At the U.S. national championship, everyone is welcome.
Recent news out of Arizona has led to an increased discussion by runners about bathroom etiquette. Those conversations apply to trails too.
Plastic is simultaneously saving and smothering us. Here’s how the trail running community can help.
Dakota Jones combines his love for trail running and environmental stewardship in his Footprints camps.
Here’s how Ukraine’s trail running community is responding to the Russian invasion.
What happens when you feed 2,000 actual hikers' trail names into a neural network? We'll let you see for yourself.
The newly minted master’s runner shows no signs of slowing down after three straight 100-mile wins.
With his first win at 17, Owen Thornton has his heart and mind set on a future in ultrarunning.
The remote town of Thunder Bay isn't known for trail running, but one trail group, created by Jamis Hall, is creating a niche.
Keren Blount founded Runner Coffee Co. in 2020 to blend her three passions: caffeine, running, and connecting with others.
Activists launch The Outdoorist Oath to promote social justice on the trail.
How Tommy Byrne’s journey inspired him to make space for mental health in the endurance community.
Reflecting on the aggro-zen of years spent building trails into the side of a mountain.
Our editor answers your questions about group runs, chafing and how to set realistic expectations when you’re just getting started.
Expert advice for lacing up and running bold in the cold
Adam Peterman’s name was known by few in the trail community until a couple weeks ago, when he destroyed the field at the JFK 50 Miler and nearly broke a course record many assumed was indestructible.
In a brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, a collective of athletes weighed in on deliberations over a Mississippi abortion law.
Jack Jones hiked the Continental Divide Trail in 2021. Just days after finishing, he lined up for - and won - his first ultra.
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Dykes, who ran a 2:54 marathon at age 70, opens up about training, injury, and his love of racing often.
After placing sixth in last year's Max Vert Challenge, Chris Fisher wanted to make 2021 different.
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Learn how Indigenous athletes have shaped trail running in our virtual panel.
The Coaches of Color Initiative, funded by 80/20 Endurance, will award a one-year apprenticeship grant with $1,000 monthly stipend to recipients.
Inside the 100-mile Halloween party.