How to Access iRunFar

A guide to get you easy access to some of iRunFar’s features.

By on February 26, 2020 | Comments

There are many ways to engage with iRunFar, some of which we rarely, if ever, promote. This article is an attempt to make these paths into the iRunFar world more apparent and accessible.

Subscribe to iRunFar

Daily Email Update
What is it? Did you know you can get every one of iRunFar’s articles delivered directly to your email inbox? Well, you sure can! Every day that we’ve published an article within the previous 24 hours, we send out an email at 9 a.m. U.S. Mountain Time with the full text of every article we’ve published during that time.

How to subscribe? Head over here, fill in your email address, and hit subscribe. You’ll then receive a verification email you’ll need to click through to confirm your subscription. You can unsubscribe at any time via a link at the bottom of every such email.

RSS Feed
What is It? If you use an RSS feed reader (i.e., Feedly, Inoreader) of any sort, you can easily stay informed of each and every article published on iRunFar.

How to Subscribe? If you’re on a web- or app-based feed reader, simply search for “iRunFar” and add us! If you use an internet-browser-based feed reader, click here or go to feed:

Follow iRunFar

You can find iRunFar on a variety of social-media platforms. Below, we share the platforms we’re on and what we do on each.

  • Twitter – In addition to sharing our articles, Twitter is our primary race-coverage platform.
  • Facebook – We share our articles and occasional news updates on Facebook.
  • Instagram – While we’re infrequently on Instagram, we publish here when inspiration strikes.
  • Strava – Join us and 15,000 other folks who “run far” in iRunFar’s Strava club, one of the most popular running clubs on Strava.

Access iRunFar’s Interviews

Every year iRunFar publishes more than a hundred video interviews with top runners at some of the world’s most competitive trail races and ultramarathons. Did you know you can access these in a variety of ways?

View in Articles (with Transcripts)
The most common way to access iRunFar’s video interviews is directly via You can do so by heading over to our homepage if we’re covering a race, by heading directly to our video interviews anytime, or be informed every time we publish a video interview by subscribing to iRunFar via email or RSS as described above.

The website is also the only place where you’ll find full transcripts of each and every video interview we publish. In general, we publish each video interview as soon as we can and, later, add the transcript once one of our amazing transcriptionists completes their work. Generally, this is within 24 hours of publication. Occasionally, it’s a bit longer.

View on YouTube
Not surprisingly, we publish all of our video interviews on iRunFar’s YouTube channel. Head over there and click the big red subscribe button on the right side under the banner to, well, subscribe.

Listen to Audio-Only Versions
The audio-only version of our interviews might be the least-known aspect of what we do. Now, to be clear, we’re not a podcast, nor do we intend to be. However, you can listen to the full audio-only version of each of our video interviews. You can download these audio-only versions on Apple Podcasts, SpotifyStitcher, Google Play MusicOvercastFMPlayerFM, our “podcast” page, and as an RSS feed.

Bryon Powell

Bryon Powell is the Founding Editor of iRunFar. He’s been writing about trail running, ultrarunning, and running gear for more than 15 years. Aside from iRunFar, he’s authored the books Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons and Where the Road Ends: A Guide to Trail Running, been a contributing editor at Trail Runner magazine, written for publications including Outside, Sierra, and Running Times, and coached ultrarunners of all abilities. Based in Silverton, Colorado, Bryon is an avid trail runner and ultrarunner who competes in events from the Hardrock 100 Mile just out his front door to races long and short around the world, that is, when he’s not fly fishing or tending to his garden.