It was the middle of the night, and 36 year old Boulder ultrarunner Jon Davis kept looking over his shoulder. “I kept thinking that every little noise was something that was going to eat me.” Davis was 65 plus hours into running around the Sawatch
Summer is prime trail running season in the high Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The snow has mostly melted from the high peaks, the lakes are full, the air is crisp and cool, and the wildflowers are in full bloom. To some extent, there is no
In 1992 the mines outside of Silverton, Colorado closed, and with them a way of life for many people who call the small mountain town, home. It didn’t look like the mines would open again either, and so a new way to stimulate the local
On Saturday, February 13th just outside of Mayer, Arizona, Boulder’s Sage Canaday took his Olympic Trials marathon training to the trails and came away with a win and new course record at the Black Canyon 100K.
On January 9th in Bandera, Texas, Boulder ultrarunner Cassie Scallon scorched up the trail at the Bandera 100K Endurance Run, blazing to a new course record in a time of 9:19:46 (full results). The race once again served as the USATF 100K National Trail Championships,
If you are looking to improve your overall fitness and trail racing prowess this year, incorporate these mountain runs into your regular training regime. They will not only boost your ego, but also make you a stronger, fitter runner.
On Saturday, November 29th Boulder non-profit One World Running distributed 300 pairs of new and near-new running shoes to Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal youth runners and supporters taking part in the annual Sand Creek Massacre Spiritual Healing Run. Taking place over four days from November
BY PETER JONES If you have ever known a runner, then you will understand when I say that runners are a funny lot. When they are injured or have not gotten in their daily run, they are often the grumps of the group. However, if