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Kahlil Gonzalez was a career criminal doing time for burglary. Then he started running in a prison yard. Photos by Christopher Beauchamp
Clare Gallagher, Leadville Champ, Runs on Hard Work, Smiles and Candy

Clare Gallagher, Leadville Champ, Runs on Hard Work, Smiles and Candy

In her debut 100, Gallagher almost set the Leadville 100 course record. How did she do it?
This Sheep-Farming Fell Runner Is Still Going Strong at 80

This Sheep-Farming Fell Runner Is Still Going Strong at 80

Joss Naylor ran 30 demanding miles on his 80th birthday to raise money for charity and honor his father
The Unknown 25-Year-Old Who Won the Speedgoat 50K

The Unknown 25-Year-Old Who Won the Speedgoat 50K

Where did Hayden Hawks come from?
How Kaci Lickteig Won Western States

How Kaci Lickteig Won Western States

A perfect training cycle, more rest days and a positive attitude led the Midwestern wonder to an outstanding day
How to Crush a 100-Mile Debut

How to Crush a 100-Mile Debut

Chris Mocko placed 7th at Western States, U.S. ultrarunning’s biggest stage. Here are 3 lessons from his training.
Meet Emma Radley, 11-Year-Old Ultrarunner

Meet Emma Radley, 11-Year-Old Ultrarunner

The rising seventh grader completed the Skydive Ultra 50K in January, and she doesn’t plan on stopping there
Trail Running Is ... a Sport?

Trail Running Is ... a Sport?

Jim Walmsley rises through the ranks of off-road running
Legal Blindness Didn’t Stop Jason Romero From Running 3,000 Miles Across the U.S.

Legal Blindness Didn’t Stop Jason Romero From Running 3,000 Miles Across the U.S.

The 46-year-old became the seventh-fastest, and first legally blind, person to run across the country
Edda Stickle, 74, Does Double Duty at Dipsea as Runner and RD

Edda Stickle, 74, Does Double Duty at Dipsea as Runner and RD

At the 106th running of the Dipsea, race director Edda Stickle hopes to earn her 30th finish

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