Sarah Schlaack writes about why she runs—and why she blogs about running.
As she raced through Bear Brook State Park with her sister, Emily Biolsi realized that, while running had often served as her refugee, a place to seek solace, it could also be a profound shared experience.
Why would two busy parents sign up to run a three-day stage race? There’s a simple answer.
Warning: The Exeter Trail Race will beat you up and leave you by the side of the trail.
The temperature hovered around 10 degrees, and the blustery wind made the “real feel” a wicked 14 below zero. As I sat in the warmth of my vehicle contemplating my second snowshoe race, I marveled at the audacity and resilience of these runners.
Forty miles on tough trails in December in Massachusetts—Ben Kimball recaps an adventurous day at the races.
Only a few months old, the Trans Adirondack Route offers long-distance runners and hikers solitude, variety, and a chance to set a new standard.
After milling about in the cool morning air, the runners slowly approached a long thin line drawn in the sand signifying the start of the 2013 Bear Brook Trail Marathon. Before I knew it that line in the sand had disappeared behind me.