We use cookies to give you the best experience possible. By continuing we’ll assume you’re on board with our cookie policy

Hey there, Don't forget to log in and join the conversation Log in

 

05-Feb-19

How to run 100 miles in under 24 hours... hopefully

 

By Tom Haynes

In this series, we follow Tom Haynes’ story as he trains for his first ever 100-mile run by taking on the Endure 24 in June.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

24-Jul-18

Taking on the Everest Trail Race

By Alice Morrison

I am a swinger. I confess it. And it is something I really want to give up. Not that kind – I live in a tiny Berber hamlet and would almost certainly be arrested!

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

08-Nov-17

Guide to our RunUltra Blogger Awards 2018

We're excited to find out from you as to who you think is the best blogger about long distance running. We've started the ball rolling with a list for starters but we want to hear from you as to who's the best.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

21-Jun-17

How to Judge Mid-Ultra Whether to Tough It Out or to Quit

This guest post comes from California-based coach, ultrarunner and blogger Sarah Lavender Smith, who recently published the book, The Trail Runner’s Companion: A Step-by-Step Guide to Trail Running and Racing, from 5Ks to Ultras. Sarah was voted RunUltra’s 2017 Overall Best Blogger for her blog, TheRunnersTrip.com.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

07-Oct-16

How to make your own running film

How to make your own running film? Now, that is a question! There are so many different types of film you could make that it is quite a daunting subject to tackle. However, if you are reading this, I can assume that you are not yet a professional film maker and are probably ready to start off with something pretty short and sweet.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

14-Sep-16

The Adventurous Kiwi - An Interview with Hollie Woodhouse

A fine purveyor of all things outdoors, Hollie Woodhouse has a particular penchant for activities on the adventurous end of the spectrum. Between pounding trails in all corners of the globe, she also finds time to create and curate a boutique magazine, filled to the brim with a heady concoction of inspiring and compelling content.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

13-Jul-16

A Good Chat with Damian Hall – South West Coast Path Record, Journalism and Racing

A recent gallop along Britain’s longest National Trail, the infamous 630-mile South West Coast Path has earned Damian Hall a hard fought and much coveted fastest known time (FKT) of 10 days, 15 hours and 18 minutes. After the battle smog cleared, we had a chat with Damian to learn more about this tumultuous challenge and his background in ultra running and outdoor journalism.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

07-Jul-16

An Interview with Tobias Mews - Richtersveld, Writing and Running

Fresh off his men’s win and 2nd overall at the 2016 Richtersveld Transfrontier Wildrun, we have a yarn with esteemed British runner/writer Tobias Mews about the race and his general mastery of both pen and trail.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

21-Mar-16

An Interview with James Elson of Centurion Running

As a top-level runner and Race Director of the fabulous Centurion Running events, it’s great to have you doing this Q&A with us, James. We recently had an interview with Robbie Britton and we’re very keen to hear about your time with him in Iceland this past autumn… it looked like an adventure in the truest sense of the word.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE
 

17-Feb-16

RunUltra BEST Blogger 2016 - Dane Rauschenberg

Dane was the winner of RunUltra's Best Blogger Award 2016 as voted by the public. A very worthy winner as Dane very much walks the walk as well as talking the talk. He has done this guest blog for us which looks at the art of blogging and the art of keeping that mojo high.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE