The Inner and the Outer
George Euvrard recounts his experience at the Karkloof 100 Mile.
A preview of the 2023 Nedbank Runified 50k on Sunday, February 26, and a history of the men’s and women’s 50k world records.
An account by Sabrina Verjee of her record-setting win at the 2022 Tor des Géants.
A photo gallery from the 2022 Grand Raid de La Réunion by photographer Kirsten Kortebein.
An essay by a young trail runner, Sky Couvreux, about his life on the trails.
A personal account from Jeff Rome of his second place finish at the 2018 Hardrock 100.
This Community Voices submission is a poem by Angie Funtanilla.
Writer Sara Weiss has run for years, but only recently realized she is, indeed, a runner.
The Athens Big Fork Trail Marathon in Arkansas connects people with each other and the Ouachita Mountains.
If you have COVID-19 or another illness, here are a physician’s recommendations for exercising while sick.
Owen Howard, a collegiate cross-country runner, writes about the influence running has had on his life.
Photographer Matt Cecill shows us the raw emotion and journey of trail running.
After years of hearing about the Hardrock 100 through his ultrarunning father, writer and biker Logan Jones-Wilkins decided it was time to experience the event himself.
Photographer Jean-Baptiste Joly shows us the trail running and mountain running worlds through his eyes — and camera lens.
Robbie Britton, ultrarunner and author of “1001 Running Tips,” shares some tips for busy ultrarunners.
Guest author Vincent Behe compares recovering from injury to the grieving process.
A review of the Bearosol Holster which holds bear spray for runners, hikers, and bikers.
In this darkly humorous article, guest writer Sam Herried talks about compostable alternatives to our copious trail-snack wrappers.
A video interview (with transcript) with Meghan Hicks after her third-place finish at the 2021 Hardrock 100.
An essay about how ultrarunning seems to both stretch and shrink time.
Read Jennilyn Tockstein’s poem “The Martyr and the Saint” about nature’s power to both harm and heal.
Physician assistant and runner John Goldfield writes about running for self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
An essay about fitting in a big adventure amidst a busy life.