Dakota Jones’ account of running the Zion Traverse across Zion National Park.
An introduction to Project Davos, which will bring two Nepali runners to race the Swiss Alpine Marathon ultra in Davos, Switzerland.
Ask any runner if they enjoy running on a treadmill and you will find very few cheery yeses. Most of us see it as a necessary evil to deal with poor weather, injuries, lack of time or light. And some of us see it is just plain evil – aka the “dreadmill” or the “boredom [...]
[Kevin Sullivan from Team Inov-8 (and winner of iRF's best debut 100 mile of 2008) kindly provided the following article on winter running in the wake of a particularly harsh two-week stretch of New England weather. Read on to learn how one man's misery can delight many and then share your own winter running stories.] [...]
Back in July, iRunFar featured Part 1 of its profile of End Footwear nee Outdoor. At the time we thought we’d post Part 2 a mere week later…. but that didn’t happen. The upside to the delay is that we’ve since had a chance to meet with the key players at END in person, got [...]
A few months ago, iRunFar readers stepped up and shared their thoughts on and pictures of both the JFK 50 Mile run and DC area trails. (JFK 50 thoughts, JFK 50 photo contest, DC trail thoughts, DC trails photo contest) Thanks to all who contributed. I’m happy to report that the September 2008 issue of [...]
Back in April, iRunFar noted that we were interested to what would come out of END Footwear (nee Outdoor) – a company committed to sustainable footwear from its founding. Four months later END is on the verge of releasing its first lineup of shoes on August 1. In this busy and exciting time for END, [...]
Installment four in iRunFar’s Earth Week series focuses on trail runners’ gear consumption and the greening of the gear industry. Below we consider the amount of gear we use, the life span of that gear, the environmental consequences of individual pieces of gear, and industry action. Buy Less GearThe first and most effective way to [...]