Geoff Roes writes about stepping away from racing and what it means for his larger picture.
Geoff Roes explains how he’s feeling kind of ill.
Geoff Roes ponders the 2012 Western States 100 and reflects upon his course record.
Does running require a specific gait or if it simply the most effective and quickest way to get across a specific stretch of land on foot?
A look at why American trail races have less spectator support than their European counterparts.
Geoff Roes explains why he things “ultrarunning” is dead.
Geoff Roes takes a look at why he races and comes up with reasons that extend beyond himself.
Geoff Roes explores the intrigue of the 100-mile distance and the lack of one correct training program.
Geoff Roes explores his spring optimism for his upcoming season as well as the sport of trail running.
Geoff Roes’ report on winning the foot-race division at the 350-mile 2012 Iditarod Trail Invitational.