All posts by Geoff Roes

Geoff Roes

has set numerous ultramarathon course records including the Western States and Wasatch 100 milers. Salomon, Clif, Drymax, Ryders Eyewear, and Atlas Snowshoes all support Geoff’s running. You can read more about his running on his blog Fumbling Towards Endurance and join him at his Alaska Mountain Ultrarunning Camps.

Nothing More To Say
Nothing More To Say
on May 4
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Geoff Roes concludes his four-year column for iRunFar.


Building Understanding And Respect Through Running
Building Understanding And Respect Through Running
on February 24
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Geoff Roes writes about how running helps us appreciate landscapes and communities.


And The Running Humor Essay Contest Winner Is…
And The Running Humor Essay Contest Winner Is…
on February 10
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Geoff Roes announces the running humor essay-contest winner.


Essay Contest: Humor And Running
Essay Contest: Humor And Running
on January 27
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Geoff Roes writes about humor and running and introduces an essay contest.


How Things Have Changed Over These Past 100 Articles
How Things Have Changed Over These Past 100 Articles
on January 13
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Geoff Roes write about some of the changes he’s seen in trail running over the last four years.


Reflections On A Pretty Great 2015
Reflections On A Pretty Great 2015
on December 30
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Geoff Roes summarizes his 2015 and looks toward 2016.


Knowing When To Cut A Run Short
Knowing When To Cut A Run Short
on December 16
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Geoff Roes writes about how you know when or if you need to cut a run short because you feel bad.


Finding Inner Peace Through Running
Finding Inner Peace Through Running
on December 2
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Geoff Roes writes about the peace that running instills in him.


My New Normal
My New Normal
on November 18
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Geoff Roes writes about how his relationship with running has evolved through the years.


Creating Our Own Nice Weather
Creating Our Own Nice Weather
on November 4
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Geoff Roes writes about getting out for a run when the weather is unpleasant.