Adam Casey ran with the Devil—in order to save his life.
Buzz Burrell dreamed up FKTs and endurance adventures before they ever had names.
Walmsley, the straight-shooter, is going to win. Freriks, the town darling, is also going to win. Hazen, the steady politician—definitely going to win. Reed, timid yet calculated, is certain to win. Senseman, the wildcard, winning.
It's high time you met one of the winningest women in the Southeast.
Scotty Mills ran his first ultra in 1981. He's since completed nearly 200—including eight Hardrock 100s and 18 Western States 100s— and been a mentor to many
Pete Ripmaster on white whales, alcoholism and winning the 1,000-mile Iditarod Trail Invitational
Excerpt from Jennifer Pharr Davis's book about endurance and achieving the southbound FKT of the Appalachian Trail
A Jack of all mountain trades, Gavin Woody is a glutton for fun, or suffering—or maybe both
Bobbi Gibb sneaked into the Boston Marathon in 1966 cementing her place in history as the first woman to run the iconic race.
One runner’s journey back to the trails—and a 100-miler—after a traumatic brain injury