Monthly Archives: March 2010

2010 La Sportiva Mountain Cup Preview!
on March 31

iRunFar previews the 2010 La Sportiva Mountain Cup, a series of 10 mountainous trail races held across the US from April through August.

Trail Running in Yosemite National Park
on March 29

Destination Dirt: Yosemite National Park suggests trail running routes for new and experienced trail runners as well as providing additional resources for visiting trail runners.

What Are Your Favorite Energy Gel Flavors?
on March 26

Bryon Powell of iRunFar shares his favorite energy gels and asks which are your favorites.

East Coast Trail Racing Report – April ’10
on March 25
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iRunFar’s East Coast Trail Racing Report shares news of recent East Coast trail races and some possibilities if you’re looking to race in April.

This Week In Running (Week of 3/27 and 3/28)
on March 24

This Week In Running for the week of March 27-28, 2010 highlights three 100 mile races: the Umstead 100 (NC), Moab 100 (UT), and Paulinskill Sussex 100 (NJ), as well as a number of shorter ultramarathons.

Trail Running: Washington, DC
on March 22

Destination Dirt: Washington, DC provides DC metropolitan trail running resources for new and experienced trail runners alike.

Marathon des Sables Gear/Kit List
on March 19

Bryon Powell explains the gear he used at the 2009 Marathon des Sables stage race… and whether he’d use it again.

3 Days of Syllamo Stage Race Report
on March 18

iRunFar’s Travis Liles reports on the 2010 3 Days of Syllamo stage race held on the Syllamore and Ozark Highlands Trail in Arkansas.

This Week In Running (Week of 3/20 and 3/21)
on March 17

This Week In Running for the week of March 20-21, 2010 highlights the HAT Run 50k, Chuckanut 50k, Diablo Trails Challenge, Pirates Cove Trails Run, Pacific Rim One Day, Oriflamme 50k, Rucky Chucky Roundabout 50k, and Lt. J.C. Stone 50k.

Apathy, Your Body, and Trail Running: A Worse Combination!
on March 15

A discussion of why trail runners often fail to address supplemental needs such as sleep, stretching, diet, and rehab when it would make their trail running so much more enjoyable.