Dakota Jones takes a look at the people who make up ultrarunning.
Geoff Roes writes about stepping away from racing and what it means for his larger picture.
A look a Tim Noakes’ book Waterlogged, which challenges accepted theories on endurance sport hydration and electrolyte replacement.
Mike Wolfe explains why he is proud to have been “chicked” by Ellie Greenwood at the 2012 Western States 100.
Ellie Greenwoods contemplates the role of “being chicked” in ultrarunning as well as shorter-distance road running.
Max King and Kasie Enman, the reigning Mountain Running World Champs, talk about trail running with an elite running pedigree.
Anton Krupicka, Geoff Roes, and Ellie Greenwood share their journeys into ultramarathoning as well as the state of elite racing and the professionalism of the sport.
The first in a series exploring why unlikely elites dominate ultrarunning and whether road and track talent could come to dominate trail and ultra running.
A look at why American trail races have less spectator support than their European counterparts.
A look at the hype surrounding ultramarathons and how the sport’s growth adds and detracts from the experience.
Michael Lebowitz’s journey from runner to addict to clean runner.
Timothy Olson explains how he went from drug addict to top ultramarathoner and the lessons his journey has for everyone.
Geoff Roes takes a look at why he races and comes up with reasons that extend beyond himself.
Geoff Roes explores the intrigue of the 100-mile distance and the lack of one correct training program.
Geoff Roes explores his spring optimism for his upcoming season as well as the sport of trail running.
A look at expectations, how they break you down, and how you can make them your own.
A discussion of various running shoe heel-to-toe drops along with their pros and cons.
A discussion of what trail and ultra runners do for exercise when winter hits full force.
A discussion piece about trail running during this Winter that Wasn’t.
A look into one runners open-minded path to recovery from injury.
A look back at the best of the trail running videos of 2011 and their effect on the sport.
Salomon and it’s S-Lab equipment Kilian Jornet and Salomon’s other international athletes in cutting edge trail running equipment that you, too, might get to use.
AJW, the ultra philosopher, takes a look at the temperaments and dispositions that go into making a successful ultrarunner.
International trail running and ultramarathon resources.