Finding a silver lining to the question “Is running selfish?”
There have been a handful of performances in the past few years (most recognizably Mike Morton’s 24-hour American Record, Sabrina Little’s […]
The journey from not knowing what a pacer is to being one and what can be learned along the way.
The pleasure of watching runners be surprised by trail running’s beauty and their ability.
Geoff Roes enjoys the opportunity to explore things outside a single focus, such as running has been in his past.
Geoff Roes talks candidly about his experience with Overtraining Syndrome.
Geoff Roes explains how Alaska’s 350-mile (and 1000-mile) Iditarod Trail Invitational inspires him.
Geoff Roes finds happiness in a return to mountain exploration thanks to improving health.
Geoff Roes highlights the importance of confidence in becoming a faster runner. He uses an example of how to become faster at running technical trails.
A look at why the term “elite” might be the wrong one to use for fast runners.
Geoff Roes looks ahead to the dynamics that could play out at the 2012 The North Face Endurance Challenge 50 Mile championships.
Geoff Roes introduces the concept of financial need-based scholarships for his Alaska Mountain Ultrarunning Camps.
Geoff Roes explains what exactly makes certain places great places for him to be a runner.