Geoff answers the question, “Why do you run?” and introduces an essay contest.
Geoff Roes discusses the benefits of ‘running blind,’ or approaching trail running with a running-by-feel mentality.
Geoff Roes’s thoughts about Kilian Jornet’s Hardrock 100 course record.
Geoff Roes shares his thoughts on the 2014 Western States 100.
A discussion about how gear and second-hand information changes the way trail runners interact with the world.
The benefits of a lack of a world-championship race or series in trail ultrarunning.
An essay on how running can keep us rooted even if we live a largely indoor lifestyle.
How to use your strengths to your advantage (and minimize your weaknesses) when running an ultramarathon.
Some thoughts on younger ultrarunners as well as a theory on an ultrarunner’s shelf life.
Geoff Roes reflects on his return to racing… and how it’s different from regular running.
Geoff Roes shares his gratitude for those who have helped him through his health struggles.