September 3, 2014 by Eric Senseman · 7 Comments
A profile of Pacific Crest Trail supported FKT holder Joe McConaughy.
August 26, 2014 by Leor Pantilat · 10 Comments
Leor Pantilat’s report from his supported John Muir Trail FKT.
May 7, 2014 by Leon Lutz · 20 Comments
Leon Lutz’s eulogy for his dog Mamie.
December 6, 2013 by Bryon Powell · Leave a Comment
A video interview (with transcript) with Rory Bosio before the 2013 The North Face Endurance Challenge 50 Mile Championships.
February 18, 2011 by Bryon Powell · 4 Comments
An interview with Geoff Roes about his upcoming Alaska Mountain Ultrarunning Camps
December 11, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 3 Comments
What happens when you combine an environmentally-conscious running blog, an overworked editor, and the holidays – a post about GreenLaces! GreenLaces is simple, yet commendable environmental commitment program in which you (or someone else) makes a promise to the planet, donates $5 for a pair of green laces, and then wear a pair of green […]
December 9, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 2 Comments
While you shouldn’t except a greeting card from iRunFar this holiday season, we’d like to introduce you to Far Gone Greetings and its line of running-related greeting cards. This impressively large selection of humorous cards were created by a runner who just launched Far Gone last month. Yes, many of them are groaners (see the […]
November 13, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 3 Comments
You’re in the middle of an easy 10-miler on a trail just outside of town. While up on little-used ridge top trail, you twist your ankle and snap your fibula. You get up and try to hobble down the trail, but the terrain is too technical for you to make worthwhile progress. Seeing as how […]
October 27, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 9 Comments
If you are ever stuck out on the trail or the road with water, but no electrolytes consider using your head… or, more specifically, your hat. If you’re like me, you don’t wash your running hat all the time. During this time various salts build up in and on the hat. When in need, just […]
April 25, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 9 Comments
The final installment in iRunFar’s Earth Week series is a simple plea to consider what you eat. There will be no call for you to become a raw food vegan. No preaching that you steak lovers must forsake meat of the hoof forever in favor of tofu and tempeh filled life. Nope, just read on […]
April 23, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 2 Comments
In the weRunFar contribution to iRunFar Earth Week series, we’ll share the blogs of a few individuals who espouse their environmental efforts or beliefs in their posts or actions. Read on to find out out about the Eco-Runner and Race Green blogs, as well as Farther Faster’s sustainable running post. Eco-RunnerFirst up is Sam Huber […]
April 16, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 8 Comments
Inspired by a recent conversation among the newly formed Wasatch Speed Goat Mountain Racing Team, we here at iRunFar have developed what is sure to be the next must have recovery supplement for trail runners – Ales Well. Ales Well combines the advanced joint health-supporting compounds glucosamine and chondroitin with the timed test anesthetic power […]
April 14, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 16 Comments
A recent change in personal circumstances was a catalyst for me to me to consider change in my life or, perhaps more accurately, changing my life. I’m hoping to get ideas on ways to simplify one’s life – from tips regarding minimizing time spent on mundane everyday tasks to reprioritizing and overhauling one’s entire life. […]
January 30, 2008 by Bryon Powell · 5 Comments
My friend Anthony Portera from over at Run-A-Long-Way blog was kind enough to write the following post on Rockefeller State Park Preserve as the second installment of the My Places series here at iRunFar. (Last week, I posted about Potomac Overlook Park.) Tony’s a great guy I first met as he came into an aid […]