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Justifications for taking a Racecation: 1. Your spouse/partner is not too keen on you jumping into all of these races every weekend. Maybe your significant other is supportive in your racing endeavors, but is not an endurance athlete and at times is...
If you're new to the endurance racing scene it may be a bit stressful to figure out what races to enter. Also, you feel you may not do so well or look silly out there on the course. R-E-L-A-X, not...
Guest Blog: Nancy Shura-Dervin It seems appropriate at this time that I write a post about Race Directing. As I sit here writing, I am physically and emotionally coming down from directing The Bulldog 50K Ultra & 25K Trail Runs...
Guest Blog: Dara Wittenberg Choose Your Races to Compete in Wisely Picking the races to compete in for your season is probably the most important part of your planning, yet I find that many athletes just wing it. They look at...
Guest Blogger: Elizabeth Clor What is the best fall marathon for you? Even though you may be entirely focused on training for a spring marathon, now is the time to begin thinking about what is the best fall marathon for you...
Colorado's Front Range, stretching from Fort Collins south down to Colorado Springs, is known for its endless, world-class hiking and biking trails. It's also home to more micro-breweries than any other region in the country. From a casual dog-friendly hike on Sunday...
It’s been less than a week since the sun set on the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, and if you’re experiencing Olympics withdrawals and longing to post up on your couch and have Bob Costas guide you...
Athletic events such as 5Ks, 10Ks and even triathlons are one of the most popular ways non-profit organizations fundraise and connect with the community. Events serve as an opportunity to bring a new audience and new donors into the...
At some point in time, having a beer after a run became a normal thing. As to when this first occurred, I’m not exactly sure. Maybe it was when Rod Dixon said, “All I want to do is drink...
The term après ski describes social gatherings after a day on the slopes, but why limit it to just skiing? We're interested in après-everything — running, biking, hiking — as long as it means eating and drinking with friends. Here are...