Meaghen Brown

Author's Bio

Meaghen Brown is an assistant editor at Outside and part-time amateur ultrarunner. She tweets occasionally (@meaghenbrown) and has a serious weakness for pickles and pop country music.

Ultrarunning's Humble Champion

With a series of impressive 100-mile wins under his belt and perhaps the most fitting name ever bestowed upon a shoe-salesman-slash-ultrarunner, Mike Foote seems to be doing everything right.

The Painful Truth About Running Fast

When Outside Gear Editor Meaghan Brown toed the line of her first Marathon this past May, she wasn't thinking "just finish"—she was thinking "finish fast." Meaghan's run many longer...

Lose Yourself by Racing in Costume

It’s impossible to not have fun racing in a fat Elvis suit, no matter how painful the last mile is. New Hampshire costume competitor ryan palmison, who holds the Guinness World Record for fastest...

TheQ Camera

The new TheQ may be the most convenient travel cam we’ve ever seen.

The Best Milk Alternatives

Wipe that mustache off your face. With milk blamed for a growing list of health issues, we put the leading alternatives to the test.

Beating the Boys

Recent endurance milestones in open-water swimming and ultra-distance trail running suggest that women may one day be faster than men

Editor's Choice: Washington, D.C.

The nation’s capital (pop. 632,000; metro area: 5.8 million) is better known for museums and memorials than parks. But the driven young professionals who live here have 7,617 acres of parkland at...