So happy that Mountain Outhouse News is back! In this episode, JamJam discusses Des Linden ultramarathon attempt, Wardian and Dylan Bowman in Joshua Tree, a new winter Badwater attempt and more.
A few weeks ago I wrote about a Colorado runner who showed up in the Bay Area (San Francisco) and took down two stout FKTs from local women. Here’s more about Bailey Kowalczyk and how she got to this place in her running career.
Athletics Weekly: Britain’s fastest male marathoner is out of Tokyo after a freak leg compression sleeve accident. Bizarre story, but one with serious consequences.
If I spot anyone drinking a Cadbury Egg-flavored beer, I will judge them harshly. As the headline reads, they’ve got no respect for boundaries.
The USATF Foundation is something I’d only read about in passing, but Kevin Beck shines some light on how it’s helping support ($$$) dozens of athletes around the country in all disciplines of T&F. Why hasn’t there been more press? Kevin surmises, and I agree, that it’s politically motivated nonsense.
One hundred thousand lifetime miles by the age 47. Now that’s damn impressive.
—Another misleading headline. No. No one is taking away anyone’s right to compete. The bills–and majority of athletes–simply want athletes competing against others that share their biological sex.
Jump into the time travel machine and let’s visit Barkley Marathons in 1986, the first year of the storied event.
Justin Mock (iRunFar) chats with Addie Bracy about her running life and her work in sports performance psychology.