All posts by Duncan Larkin

Duncan Larkin

writes about running for ESPN, Running Times, Competitor Magazine, Marathon and Beyond, and other periodicals. He is a 2:32 marathoner and won the 2007 Himalayan 100-Mile Stage Race. Duncan’s first training book, Run Simple: A Minimalist Approach to Fitness and Well-Being, has just been published. Duncan occasionally blogs at his website, Roads, Mills, Laps.

Trent Briney, 2012 JFK 50 Mile Second-Place Man, Interview
Trent Briney, 2012 JFK 50 Mile Second-Place Man, Interview
on November 23
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An in-depth interview with Trent Briney after his second-place finish at the 2012 JFK 50 Mile, his ultra debut.


Mike Morton and Connie Gardner Post-World 24-Hour Championships Interview
Mike Morton and Connie Gardner Post-World 24-Hour Championships Interview
on September 16
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An interview with Mike Morton and Connie Gardner following their American record-setting runs at the 2012 IAU 24 Hour World Championships.


Sage Canaday, 2012 White River 50 Champ Interview
on August 8
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An interview with Sage Canaday following his win at the 2012 White River 50.


Interview with Mike Morton, 2012 Badwater 135 Champion
Interview with Mike Morton, 2012 Badwater 135 Champion
on August 1
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An interview with Mike Morton following his win at the 2012 Badwater Ultramarathon.


Death, One Step at a Time: My Adventures Dabbling in a 24-Hour Race
Death, One Step at a Time: My Adventures Dabbling in a 24-Hour Race
on July 23
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Duncan Larkin recounts his midlife crisis – a 24 hour running race.