Running the Boston Marathon? New rules for your sweat bag.
Looking to discover your first ultra marathon? Maybe this book is for you.
Seeing how half the U.S. is a giant icicle. You might be interested in slapping on these – no chain monkey required.
The Angry Jogger still refusing anger management and gives us, 11 Ways I’m Abusing My Body with Running.
Battling runner’s knee? Me too! Let’s kick its ass together with these exercises.
RUNNERS ASSEMBLE!!!!!! DisneyRuns announces new Avengers Super Heroes half-marathon. The only question is, which outfit will Mike Wardian wear?
Davy Crockett continues to show us why he is one of our favorite people with his latest entry, “My Path to Ultrarunning.”
Men’s Journal’s “Fitz and the Tantrums’ Ultrarunner Drummer“. – I want to see his running playlist!!
2013 UK Runner of the Year, Robbie Britton is FITTER and STRONGER for 2014. You have all be warned.
COOL! Video of 2014 Inov8 Team Retreat in Big Sur.
Geoff Roes takes a look at the trend of people in their teens and twenties competing in ultras.
…and now, Scotty Sandow says good-bye to URP.
All you can eat sushi. That’s where it all started.
Don Freeman, Scott Warr and I asked a question over plates of raw fish, “What if?” What if turned into an idea and the idea grew into Ultrarunner Podcast. Eric Schranz quickly came on board and while we had no idea where it was going to go, we just knew that we loved doing it.
Where it went was simply amazing. Out of URP spawned Trail Runner Nation and the ultra/trail community not only embraced it, you responded.
But now, after 100+ interviews, it is time for me to say, good-bye.
URP has grown way beyond my expectations and will continue to do so, but it has also grown beyond what my time will allow. The very thing I loved talking about is now the one thing I don’t have time for… running.
I am so grateful for each and every one of you who have spent time with us, letting us join you between your ears with conversations with the most remarkable people.
Special thank you to Eric for being such a wonderful co-host and large part of URP’s success – he’s a tremendous talent with a huge passion for this sport. I am excited to see the new chapter of URP.
I can’t thank you enough for all of your support. This has been one of be best experiences of my life and it will always be a part of me.
Now, I’m going to go out and run.