Trail Race News
A new style of trail races gains a toehold in America
This summer, for the first time since 1913, runners will have the chance to race from the Washington coast to the summit of Mount Baker.
The ultimate trail running party lasts a full weekend, with all the food, beer and mud you can dream of (Sponsored by Ragnar)
A Hardrock finisher has alleged illegality and misconduct, which the race strongly denies. Here's a look at his claims.
The series will include the IMTUF 100 in Idaho
Andorra's Els 2900 race harkens back to the early days of skyrunning
The Alabama 100-miler is an epic challenge by day, a raucous party by night, and plays host to some of ultrarunning's rowdiest aid stations
Jim Walmsley, the Western States 100 and the most notorious wrong turn in trail-running history
The U.S. women’s bronze added to the men’s individual and team wins
At last weekend's Rut 50K, storms made an already challenging race unacceptably risky, leading to course alterations