Today, the final day of the year, the World Mountain Running Association (WMRA) has released its official 2021 year end World Ranking of mountain runners. For this point-based ranking system, athletes accumulate points from January 1 to December 31 each year by competing at eligible
The post Five Ultramarathons for 2022 That Everyone Can Get Into appeared first on iRunFar. A list of five ultramarathons for 2022 that are easy to get into and that have great history. Five Ultramarathons for 2022 That Everyone Can Get Into by Andy Jones-Wilkins….
Announcement from Endurance Town USA, American Trail Running Association partner at the 2018 US Trail Running Conference. California-based Race Director and marketing professional joins global ultramarathon producer, RacingThePlanet, to expand its reach and tell its epic 20-year story. Endurance Town USA (ETUSA), a media production
As the American Trail Running Association’s (ATRA) designated “Trail Trotter,” I have had many wonderful experiences in 2021 traveling to events and connecting further with people doing amazing things in our trail running community. In spite of ongoing challenges related to the coronavirus pandemic, the
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Trail Running Illustrated: The Art of Running Free, written by Doug Mayer and Brian Metzler, Mountaineers Books, 2021. Illustrated by Schreiber Marion. Reviewed by trail runner Laura Clark. Laura is an avid mountain, trail and snowshoe runner who lives in Saratoga Springs, NY, where she
The post Observations on Two Wheels: Spectating the 2021 Hardrock 100 by Bike appeared first on iRunFar. After years of hearing about the Hardrock 100 through his ultrarunning father, writer and biker Logan Jones-Wilkins decided it was time to experience the event himself. Observations on