One of the premier endurance events of 2015, the 45th Annual Ride & Tie World Championship, is to take place on part of the Pacific Crest Trail near the town of Ashland, Oregon. The race is set to stage at the Lily Glen Horse Camp which is owned and managed by Jackson County Parks (http://jacksoncountyor.org/parks/Camping/Howard-Prairie-Lake/Lily-Glen-Park).
On April 4, Dana & Sarah Films premiered their award winning documentary GOSHEN: Places of Refuge for the Running People. The powerful film is an entertaining and educational account of the plant-based diet and athletic endurance of the Tarahumara running tribe. The Tarahumara, a light-footed indigenous people who live in the remote depths of Mexico’s
The International Trail Running Association (ITRA) held its first-ever General Assembly on March 22 2015 in Paris. ITRA aims to be the international spokesperson for the sport of trail-running and expects to get the IAAF to recognize trail running as a separate discipline at its next meeting in August 2015.
Press release from IAU The IAU Athletes of the Year have been announced. It is with great pleasure we announce that Max King (USA) and Ellie Greenwood (GBR) have been voted as the IAU Athletes of the Year 2014. 2014’s short list was outstanding with several athletes accomplishing amazing performances throughout the course of the
Trails In Motion is an annual international film tour that brings a collection of independent trail and ultrarunning films to audiences around the world. Join like-minded trail runners and adventure sports enthusiasts at screenings in more than 25 countries. There are nine entertaining and thought-provoking films in this year’s tour. View films on tour Find
This week UTMB and its sister races completed their selection process for 2015. Many North Americans were selected and they are in for memorable and extraordinary travel experiences and ultra races in and around Chamonix, France this August. The most notable North Americans in UTMB, the biggie 100+ miler with over 30,000 feet of ascent