AJW writes about Luanne Park and Gordy Ainsleigh finishing just under the 24-hour, silver-buckle cutoff at the Western States 100.
AJW writes about a new Virginia summer trail-racing series.
AJW honors the health that allows him to do a daily run.
A discussion about Sage Canaday’s attempt at an Olympic Marathon Trials qualifier at the 2015 Boston Marathon.
AJW applies the lessons from Daniel James Brown’s book “The Boys in the Boat” to running.
AJW writes of the history and stories behind “M11,” the 11th-place man at the Western States 100.
Breaking news on the restructuring of the Western States 100.
Andy Jones-Wilkins writes of the pleasure of finding flow in a run.
AJW writes about how his injury is still problematic.
AJW talks about the benefits of running loop courses, including the race he directs, the Thomas Jefferson 100k.
A discussion about the boom in trail running films.
AJW writes about Jorge Pacheco and Dave Mackey’s performances in 2015 Montrail Ultra Cup races.
AJW discusses how doing hard things in training makes his mind more prepared for the mental challenges of racing.
AJW writes about the first hints of spring and what that means for our running.
AJW discusses the positive growth of professional coaching and camps in the trail and ultrarunning community.