All posts by Aliza Lapierre

Aliza Lapierre

finds peace and a sense of belonging while trail running. Her passion began by exploring the trails in her home state of Vermont and has been regenerated by exploration across the world. She continually works to redefine her perceived boundaries, while trying to inspire others to explore their capabilities as well.

A Year’s Time: Aliza Lapierre’s 2018 Georgia Death Race Report
A Year’s Time: Aliza Lapierre’s 2018 Georgia Death Race Report
on April 18, 2018
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Aliza Lapierre’s report from her win of the 2018 Georgia Death Race.


Canine Partners: Caring For Your Trail Running Dog’s Health
Canine Partners: Caring For Your Trail Running Dog’s Health
on March 21, 2018
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Advice from a veterinarian about the health of trail running dogs.


Who Is Your Competition?
Who Is Your Competition?
on February 21, 2018
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An essay about the external versus internal pressures of competition in running.


Talk About The Weather! (Treadmill Tips for Rough Days)
Talk About The Weather! (Treadmill Tips for Rough Days)
on January 17, 2018
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Aliza Lapierre writes about how to make treadmill running fun… or at least tolerable when it is necessary.


A Letter Of Gratitude To Mother Nature
A Letter Of Gratitude To Mother Nature
on December 20, 2017
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Aliza Lapierre writes a letter of gratitude to Mother Nature.


The Race
The Race
on November 15, 2017
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Aliza Lapierre narrates the experience of giving absolutely everything during a race.


What’s Your Story?
What’s Your Story?
on October 18, 2017
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My mother raised me by the age old adage of, “If you’re early, your on time. If you’re on time,


Lucky-13 Love
Lucky-13 Love
on September 20, 2017
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Aliza Lapierre compares the different kinds of love we have for life partners, wild places, running, and more.


The Power Of Belief
The Power Of Belief
on August 16, 2017
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Aliza Lapierre writes about learning to believe in herself.


Moved To Tears
Moved To Tears
on July 19, 2017
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Aliza Lapierre writes about how witnessing sunrise during the 2017 Lavaredo Ultra Trail moved her to tears.