In the wake of a bizarre physical attack and the death of her father, Katie Arnold felt paralyzed by the anxieties of parenthood and being a woman alone in the wilderness. She got through it the same way she’d always done, by lacing up and hitting the trail. An exclusive excerpt from her new memoir, Running Home.
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A new model reinterprets those pretty graphs that seemed to show minimalist shoes reducing impact forces
What’s worse than missing a world record by one-hundredth of a second?
It was mostly trial and error
If a pro runner gets hurt during competition, should meet organizers foot the bill?
The Spaniard posted an absurd 78,274 feet
Thanks to its dominant women’s squad, the BTC has supplanted the Oregon Project
The coach, mom, NOLS employee, and professional ultrarunner attributes part of her success to her hectic schedule
We all know what the dogs do—they run—but the person driving the sled has to get ready for a brutal challenge, too. The labor required to manage and train a team is like CrossFit on ice.