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Rickey Gates’ urban ultra was cool. Just how cool is revealed in Salomon TV’s new film about the project
Gates’ recently completed #EverySingleStreet project shows us how to really see a city, possibly for the first time
Quebec’s Annie Jean often gets asked about her choice of footwear. See why she calls Dawgs, shoes similar to Crocs, her “secret weapon.”
Watch as The North Face Endurance Challenge 50-mile winner Zach Miller grinds out the race’s final two minutes in this motivational clip.
American ultrarunner Pete Kostelnick broke a 36-year-old longstanding record of fastest crossing of the United States by foot on Monday.
Canada’s beer mile team, headlined by world record holder Lewis Kent, is heading overseas for the beer mile world classic in London.
Canadian and St. Albert, Alta. resident Ailsa MacDonald, 35, won the San Francisco Rock ‘n’ Roll Half-Marathon on Sunday morning.
Errol Jones, “The Rocket,” is a 65-year-old ultrarunner who does much of his trail running on the Bay Area Ridge Trail — this is his story.
January 3rd, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
John Beeden, the organizer for the London Marathon Expo, rowed across the Pacific Ocean, a journey that lasted 209 days at sea.
November 24th, 2015 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
A San Francisco man brought awareness to Movember in a unique way creating a running route that mimics a mustached man wearing a monocle.
This is just weird. What seems to be a fake Around the Bay 30K race in San Francisco reportedly (though unsurprisingly) didn’t happen over the weekend in the California city. The website for what appears to […]
Canadian James Nielsen, who lives in San Francisco and one year ago became the first person to run under five minutes in the beer mile, has began planning the inaugural Beer Mile World Classic. […]