Ultra, trail running, training, and adventure racing.
Jornet, House, Johnston: Big Names Pen Book for Uphill Athletes
Three powerhouses of endurance performance teamed up to write Patagonia’s latest book, ‘Training for the Uphill Athlete: A Manual for Mountain Runners and Ski Mountaineers.’
Max Data: Under Armour Headphones Pair With Shoes, Watch, Phone
In a partnership with JBL and Samsung, Under Armour launches the True Wireless Flash headphones. UA claims it has perfected the integrated digital running experience to make you a better athlete.
Run Power: Treadmill Is World’s First Grid-Worthy Energy Producer
With the launch of the Verde treadmill, sustainable fitness equipment-maker SportsArt is at the forefront of producing electricity as a byproduct of human exercise.
Adventure at the End of the World: Winning the Patagonian Expedition Race
We talked with the champions of the 2018 Patagonia Expedition Race — seven days and 600 km across one of the wildest places on Earth.
Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim in Winter: The Gear I Used
I ran 51 miles of steep and dusty Grand Canyon trails to run the Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim in the winter. And I used this gear to do it.
Colin O’Brady Completes Historic Solo Trek Across Antarctica
American adventurer Colin O’Brady, 33, just completed a record-setting 921-mile unsupported solo journey across Antarctica.
How HOKA ONE ONE Built My Favorite Trail Shoe, the Speedgoat 3
Take an early look at the Speedgoat 3, which our reporter tested for three months over 500 miles.
Rickey Gates Runs Every Single Street in San Francisco
Just 46 days ago, Gates set off to run Every Single Street in San Fransisco. Now, he’s covered 1,303 miles and seen every nook and cranny.
Obstacle Race Giant ‘Spartan’ Adds Trail Running Series
With the launch of its 12-race Spartan Trail series, the world’s largest obstacle course racing brand is officially entering the sport of trail running.
Rob Krar and Depression: ‘The Most Powerful Force in My Life’
Ultrarunning phenom Rob Krar speaks openly and frankly about his struggle with depression in the short film from the Movember Foundation.
Vague Path: Your Almost Official Guide to Fell Running
Americans don’t really get Britain’s fell running. Is it mountain running? Is it trail running? Why does it get its own designation? So we asked an expert fell runner to break it down in all its mud and glory.
Watch: Kenyan Pro Runner Powers Her Home With BioLite Lights
Jane Kibii grew up in rural Kenya without electricity. After running professionally in the U.S., she was able to fully equip her family’s home with solar BioLite lights.
From Skis to Trail Shoes: Julian Carr’s Cross-Training Gear
Julian Carr isn’t just a big name in big air. He loves running up and skiing down mountains: That’s why he started the Cirque Series, a series of mountain footraces. Here, we dig into his favorite gear choices.
CA Wildfires Force Cancellation of The North Face Endurance Challenge Championships
All events, including the preeminent 50-mile ultrarace, will be scrubbed this year due to ‘unhealthy air quality levels’ from the Camp Fire.
5,300 Miles in 98 Days: Pete Kostelnick Runs From Alaska to Florida
From Anchor Point, Alaska, to Key West, Fla., Pete Kostelnick ran diagonally across the U.S. He averaged 50 miles per day for his 5,000-plus-mile trek.
Beastly Beauty: Maloja’s Pretty MTB Apparel Performs
Maloja, a German activewear brand, is making inroads in the United States by adding some Euro spunk to a black sea of spandex.
2 Explorers Are Attempting Solo Antarctic Crossings This Month
Most explorers who have tried to cross Antarctica solo either died or needed rescue. Despite that, two trekkers are attempting independent crossings right now.
Pro Recovery Tips for the Amateur Athlete
Train smart, rest up, and perform better. Pro adventure athletes share their favorite active recovery tips and tools.