Michael Wardian does dozens of races a year—any distance, any surface, anywhere in the world, sometimes back to back, always full on. Almost two decades into his career, he’s nowhere near done.
How Joe Gray has become one of the world’s most exceptional trail runners.
A trail runner reflects on getting swept up in stats and Strava segments, and remembering to run just for fun.
Deep in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, a motley bunch of runners taps the imaginative realm beyond races on a quest for joy, camaraderie and mysticism.
Hamilton added an extra summit to the classic Colorado peak challenge Nolan's 14, and then cruised the regular route in less than 54 hours.
Jim Walmsley is hoping to make amends for last year's wrong turn at Western States
Breast-cancer survivor Alison Chavez runs at the back of the pack, but she is a champion.
After no major wins since 2013, ultrarunner Timothy Olson is back in action.
“When you thought of Angeles Crest, that’s who you thought of.”
In 2013, Leor Pantilat had established himself as one of the best trail racers in the country. Then, all of a sudden, he stopped.