Matt Hart

Matt Hart

Matt Hart (@TheMattHart) is a freelance journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and National Geographic, among other publications. He lives in Boulder, Colorado. 

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Where in the World Did Karl Egloff Come From?

On February 19, Karl Egloff, finished a hard push to the top of 22,837-foot Aconcagua in 7 hours, 55 minutes, fueled mainly by a handful of energy gels and bars.

Matt Hart
Mar 5, 2015

Tested: Maximalist Shoes of 2014

There are few debates more polarized in the running world than the one between maximalists and minimalists.

Matt Hart
Jul 16, 2014

A Killer Course

In a race that saw altitude, stormy weather, and course conditions take down some of the best endurance runners on the planet, Kilian Jornet sauntered to a new course record at the storied Hardrock...

Matt Hart
Jul 15, 2014

Common Running Injuries (and How to Fix Them)

You love to run. You hate to get hurt. Even if injuries are inevitable, there’s plenty you can do about it. Here’s your guide to fixing the most frequent problems.

Matt Hart
Apr 25, 2013