Interview with Kelly Wolf: Every race is an opportunity to learn. Kelly Wolf: Telluride, Colorado, USAFirstly, big congratulations in winning the Lavaredo Ultra Trail! Thank you...
Interview with Martina Valmassoi: Mountain runner, skimo athlete, artist, photographer and content creator @salomonrunning #MartinaValmassoi #trailrunning #trailandkale
Balancing Recovery, Running, Travel, Science and Life: An Interview with Hillary Allen Boulder, Colorado, USAHi Hillary, how’s it going? I’m great! Thanks for askinglWe were so...
An Interview with Lucy Bartholomew - I will always remember my first 100km at 15years old with my Dad along the Victorian Coastline. It was super special to share these footsteps and moments with him and to achieve something that a lot of people said wasn’t achievable.
Plant-based athlete Emelie Forsberg talks about sustainable living with a healthy and holistic approach. Embrace the mindful lifestyle too!
For many runners (and non-runners), Dean Karnazes needs no introduction. If you are new to running or not familiar with the ultra-running world, or Dean’s books, then watching this video will be a great introduction to a man who has been named by TIME magazine as one of the ‘top 100 most influential people in the world’.
Jacky Hunt-Broersma - 'A Truly Inspirational Runner' - I now run to inspire others to get fit and healthy, especially other amputees, as I am living proof that life goes on after cancer and amputation.
Living the Mountain Life - The mountains decide if you are climbing, running or even walking. So, going into the mountains is a combination of all these kinds of movements and that is what I love. It makes you feel alive and free.
Read all about Josephine Anselin's 'micro-adventure', running across Scotland! Plus great tips for planning your own adventure and recommendations for some great running books to read, to get you even more inspired.
Interview with Hilary Matheson - I know many new runners these days want to jump right in and run a hundred miler, but I also see a lot of new runners burning themselves out by signing up for every race they can get their hands on, instead of focusing on building a solid base first.
Interview with Meg Lewis-Schneider - My approach to training is “train don’t strain”. Listen to your body and don’t get greedy and take more than it’s willing to give. I do this by balancing hard workouts with quality, recovery/easy runs.
Interview with Adell Bridges - "I always like to remember that 'nothing is permanent'. So, you can apply this when you're in a pleasant situation, remembering to take it in and be grateful for it, because it won't be around forever. Or when you're in a challenging situation, to remember that this too shall pass!"
Interview with Anna Frost - There are so many wonderful role models of strong, happy, successful women lining up and dominating at all of the major events. They last more than a few races, we see them consistently perform at a high level because they have healthy eating habits.
Interview with Hailey Van Dyk - There is something about the challenge of getting up each day and forcing yourself to run through the accumulated soreness. I also really love getting to go to sleep each night so that you don't miss any of the sights by running through the night.
Interview with Dani Moreno - To secure a place on Team USA, I basically just had to have a great racing resume, which meant I had to race well consistently! It took a lot of work over the last year and I felt honored to be selected to the team still being very new to the sport.
Interview with Peter Billard - I intend to be still running long after most others have retired to the couch. Doing good so far!
Interview with Anna Mae Flynn - Don't be too competitive with anyone or yourself. Always have a good time, and when it is time to work hard your body will know. I don’t really focus on the stats, but more about what I want to do that day.
Interview with Max King, The Salomon Sponsored Ultra & Mountain Runner, OCR Racer and all round Trail Running badass.
Interview with ultrarunner Dion Leonard, author of true story, Finding Gobi. From starting running for a bet to competing in the World's toughest ultras.
Runner Interview: Trail & Kale Runner Interview with Sarah Williams, founder of Tough Girl Challenges
The location is stunning, La Palma is the lesser-known island in the Canaries but so beautiful. The course itself is very hard, especially for a normal guy like me.
Runner Interview: Florens von der Decken - It’s no shame at all to walk the steeper climbs from time to time. It’s actually quite clever and you can soak in the beauty of nature...
But above all, have lots of fun running, realise how life and the land are beautiful and how fortunate you are to be able to use your lungs and your two legs to cross the landscapes!
Training is a lifestyle, not a means to an end. I don’t follow any plans, I don’t use a GPS watch, and I don’t track my stats. In training I follow a basic guideline: stay dynamic.
Be prepared and be ready for an adventure… and have a little extra time on your hands when you head out with me.
"The other big adventure was running up a 14er with Jenn Shelton, drinking too much beer and then booking a trip to Chamonix...."
In September I ran solo across Kyrgyzstan. It was a distance of about 950km, carrying all of my 12kg of equipment in a backpack. I aimed to use ancient nomad trails to cross the Tien Shan mountains on a route that had never before been run, relying on yurt-dwelling nomads for assistance in the wild.
Runner Interview: Sarah Eriksson Location: Tibro, Sweden and Lanzarote, Canary IslandsWhen and why did you start running? After being pregnant two times directly after each other I...
Runner Interview: Alastair Dixon - I have quite a competitive mindset, so when I see fast results, I jump at the opportunity to challenge myself further.
"My biggest adventure so far has been to run across Gran Canaria from north to south in 3 days with a group led by ultra runner Sondre Amdahl last February."