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Photo Gallery: 30 Hours of Wind, Fog and Rain on Nolan's 14

Photo Gallery: 30 Hours of Wind, Fog and Rain on Nolan's 14

In July, Gary Robbins and Jared Campbell suffered through hours of inclement weather (and near hypothermia) to log an official Nolan's 14 finish.
How Not to Be an Asshole

How Not to Be an Asshole

A trail runner reflects on getting swept up in stats and Strava segments, and remembering to run just for fun.
Running Sardinia's Wild and Rugged Selvaggio Blu

Running Sardinia's Wild and Rugged Selvaggio Blu

The Selvaggio Blu wends 25 miles along the east coast of Sardinia, over cliff faces and in between beaches.
Behind the Scenes at the 2017 Hardrock 100

Behind the Scenes at the 2017 Hardrock 100

The stories behind some of the craziest moments at this year's Hardrock 100.
This Little-Known Peak-Bagging Challenge in Washington Will

This Little-Known Peak-Bagging Challenge in Washington Will "Kick Your Butt"

The Harvey Manning Peak Challenge saw its first finishers, Ras Vaughan and Seth Wolpin. It took them 78 hours 36 minutes.

Bighorn Trail Run 100 Ends in Four-Way Tie, and a Memorable Mud Fest

Bighorn Trail Run 100 Ends in Four-Way Tie, and a Memorable Mud Fest

At the 2017 Bighorn 100, only 47 percent of the starters finished. Four of them did so hand-in-hand.
Volunteering at the Escarpment Trail Run Is as Tough as Running It

Volunteering at the Escarpment Trail Run Is as Tough as Running It

A volunteer's perspective of the rugged, technical Escarpment Trail Run through New York's Catskills Mountains
A Trail Runner's Botched Bear Encounter

A Trail Runner's Botched Bear Encounter

A miscalculated interaction with a black bear provides useful lessons on how to react to large predators on the trails.

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