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21-Jan-21

Alice and the Lost City

By Seth Grotzke

 

Seth talks to Alice Morrison about her incredible adventures during her Atlas Expedition in Morocco.

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20-Dec-20

Staring Down the Barrel of Bear Spray

By Seth Grotzke

 

Seth warns us about the risks of running in the Rocky Mountains.... and it's not just bears you need to watch out for!

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16-Dec-20

Racing During a Pandemic USA Style

By Lucja Leonard

 

Lucja tells us what it's like to race in the USA under all the restrictions the Pandemic has brought.

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04-Dec-20

Mental Strength with Muddy Mountain Miles

By Dominique Roberts

 

Dominique reached out to RunUltra to help share her mission, helping others like her with mental illnesses find peace in ultra running.

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07-Oct-20

Volunteers: The Heroes of Ultra running

By Sarah Cooke

 

We take a look at the unsung heroes of ultra running; the volunteers, crew and pacers without whose help races simply wouldn't happen.

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19-Sep-20

Challenge of the Trigs

By Oli Johnson

 

Oli writes about his own adventure and Challenge after he was inspired by witnessing the many FKT attempts over the past few months.

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03-Sep-20

The Mystery of the Dark Peak Challenges

By Dan Stinton

 

Dan explores some of the lesser known challenges around the Peak District that can have you chasing about looking for paths and whisky.

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29-Jul-20

Interview with Damian Hall

By Sarah Cooke

 

RunUltra catches up with Damian to chat about his latest achievement, running a FKT on the Pennine Way after John Kelly did the same only a week earlier.

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21-Jun-20

Interview with Tom Evans

by Kate Allen

 

Tom Evans was kind enough to take time out of his busy training schedule to talk to Kate about all things running, including the London Marathon and the possibility of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics.

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14-Apr-20

Surviving lockdown - keeping your head and your fitness

By Sarah Cooke

 

I cannot tutor your kids, speed up government grants, make your partner do the washing up or even find a shop stocking that elusive toilet roll. What I will try to do is suggest ways in which you can channel the stuff that normally gets vented on the run whilst you’re in lockdown.

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