Corrine Malcolm

Corrine Malcolm

Title: Running on Science Columnist

Location: Seattle, Washington

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Topics of Expertise: Trail running and ultrarunning, physiology (specifically heat, cold, and altitude), making science for everyone
Amount of Expertise: Over a decade of coaching skiers and runners, 15+ years as a high-performance endurance athlete, almost a decade of endurance-themed science writing

Education & Certifications

Education: Bachelor of Science in Health and Human Performance, Graduate studies (i.e., an unfinished PhD) in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology
Club or Association Memberships: Board Member of Pro Trail Runners Association
Other Relevant Positions, Current and Past: Co-author of the 2nd edition of Training Essentials for Ultrarunning, co-author of the UESCA Ultrarunning Coach Certification, Editor-in-Chief at, co-host of the Trail Society podcast and The Trailhead podcast.

A Word from Corrine Malclom

I believe science should be for everyone, including the trail and ultrarunning community, independent of background, skill level, or years in the sport. My personal interests include trail and ultrarunning, climbing, nordic skiing, baking cookies, forcing my husband to listen to me read aloud, and chasing my dog, Petey.