Ultramarathon Daily News | Tuesday, March 5
iRunFar/Torrence: As the spring/summer season approaches, we need to know how to recover and train in between our busy race calendars.
The Caster Semenya and trans athlete discussions are complex. Here’s a great piece by Irish reporter Cathal Dennehy that addresses it in a fair and non-emotional manner.
Anxiously awaiting the drop of Rickey Gates’ Every Street film. Here it is!
Gear Junkie: What happens when a snowboarder converts a snowcat to a pop-up pub on the slopes?
On this Shrove Tuesday, racers from Olne, England, and Liberal, Kansas, in Seward County, challenge each other for a special title. Women from each town line up in aprons to run 415 yards while flipping pancakes in a skillet. Which town will claim the honor today? #kansashistory pic.twitter.com/mwAe0UF594— Kansas History (@kansashistory) March 5, 2019
Outside: Hutchinson parses some interesting data on the relationship between exercise and anger.
TrailSisters: Reviews of something I didn’t even know existed…insulated running skirts.
Short news day. What did I miss?
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