Geoff Roes writes about what we can learn from illness and injury that will make us a better runner.
Geoff Roes writes about why and how course records fall in trail racing.
Geoff Roes writes about the differences between racing the clock and racing other competitors.
Geoff Roes contemplates the way trail running often involves flowing with the natural world.
Geoff Roes reflects on what he learned through running with children.
Geoff Roes theorizes on the longevity of peak performance in high-level ultrarunners.
Geoff Roes discusses what might happen to ultrarunning if it ceases to be trendy.
Geoff Roes discusses the value of participating in both running-centric and non-running-centric communities.
Geoff Roes updates us on his health and the good place that’s left his running.
Geoff Roes writes about the nature of trail running in southern Utah.
Geoff Roes discusses the benefits of having a home-field advantage in trail running.
Geoff Roes discusses the risks found in the natural world and our treatment of them as we explore.
A discussion about run ‘streaking,’ or running days in a row without a rest day.
Geoff Roes announces the ‘Why Do You Run?’ essay-contest winner and discusses themes from all the submitted essays.
Geoff answers the question, “Why do you run?” and introduces an essay contest.