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Tyler Green: Cascade Volcano King
“The biggest change for me in this idea of getting an FKT is that there’s a very bold line. You’re either successful in getting the time,...
No Sleep Till Leadville: Courtney Dauwalter's Colorado Trail FKT Attempt
The Colorado Trail stretches 500 miles from Durango to Waterton Canyon, just southwest of Denver. Finished in 1987, the trail, in total,...
Kimble Tops Jornet’s Record at TRT
Adam Kimble crossed the finish line in Tahoe City with a new supported FKT on the Tahoe Rim Trail. Says Kimble, “I love the supported...
Coree Woltering's Ice Age Trail FKT: Running 3 Weeks Straight, 10 Seconds at a Time
"I’m sure there is a diverse group of great athletes out there that now know that people race 50k or 50 miles on the trails. Trail...
Latoya Snell: Inspiring Others to Invest in Themselves
photo: Howie Stern For Latoya Snell, there’s something about the smaller ultra community. She’s drawn to the enthusiasm shown for new...
Candice Burt’s Unsupported Tahoe Rim Trail FKT
Originally Candice Burt had planned to spend the week before her next race, the Badwater 135, adapting to the heat in the Badwater Basin,...
Behind the Lens: Kevin Youngblood
I caught up with Kevin Youngblood last week in the midst of what he considers to be the most pivotal moment of his life—a unique...
Racing in the Coronavirus Era: California's First Ultra Back
Mt. Shasta Trail Runs to Move Forward on June 20th.
Diamond in the Rough: Leah Yingling
Dressed in school uniforms, the Yingling sisters raced home from the bus stop every day to their childhood home in Johnstown,...
Behind the Lens: Nick Presniakov
It’s not often that you find a dehydrated and perhaps, still hallucinating ultrarunner who just spent a full day running 100 miles...
Santa Barbara Vertical (and Virtual) Kilometer Interview
La Cumbre Peak rises over 1,000 meters from Santa Barbara and the Pacific Ocean. It is rare for a mountain this high to be so close to...
Diamond in the Rough: Wes Judd
Many ultrarunners are familiar with the three types of fun that exist when it comes to the suffering experienced in ultramarathons: Type...
Olivia Amber: From the East Coast Ski Slopes to the Mt. Tam Trails
Near the Bay Area’s majestic Mt. Tamalpais exists an ultrarunner’s perfect training ground. With hundreds of miles of trails and ideal...
The Rise of Ultrarunning
Upon looking at both the oldest and youngest finishers, the story is the same: participation levels in ultrarunning continue to trend...
Lee Berube Races Against Himself
The Escarpment Trail 'Run' course record holder and two-time champion Lee Berube is looking to achieve greatness in 2020. The record he's...
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