Mike Wolfe and Daniel Kraft both break the course record at Montana’s Bridger Ridge Run; two veterans go down to the wire in the women’s race
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The Ice Age Trail showcases some of Wisconsin’s unique geographical features
“Just feel the flow of the trail.” — Kurt Decker, trail runner extraordinaire
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The key elements of a successful training plan are just like the corner pieces of a jigsaw puzzle—find them and it’s easier to fill in the rest.
The men’s and women’s U.S. Mountain Running Teams (USMRT) took individual golds in the ninth NACAC Mountain Running Championships Saturday in West Vancouver, Canada.
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