AJW writes about how a positive attitude can get us through everything running throws at us.
AJW celebrates the Taproom column’s fourth anniversary.
AJW writes about last-minute race cancellations.
AJW writes about the evolution of Western States’s qualifying races through time.
AJW writes about his upcoming hip-resurfacing surgery.
AJW writes about how we can feel both excitement and dread for a run or race we really care about.
AJW interviews Brian Morrison after his finish of the 2015 Cascade Crest 100 Mile.
AJW talks about the art of pacing.
Over the past week our local running club, the Charlottesville Area Trail Runners (CATs), has been given the opportunity to run the 72-mile aid station at the Grindstone 100 Mile here in Virginia in October. In addition to the excitement of hosting a major aid station at a big-time 100-mile race, we are also eager […]
AJW’s lighthearted report from the 2015 Jarmans Invitational Marathon.
AJW writes about where motivation for performance and participation comes from.
AJW writes about the qualities of the Angeles Crest 100 Mile.
AJW writes about how running provided calm during a time of crisis.
AJW writes about exercising your ‘disappointment muscle,’ or learning how to deal with adversity to find success.
AJW writes about how the Hardrock 100 inspires hope.