Auburn, California to Host the 2015 Ultra Race of Champions

Press  Release October 20th, 2014, Auburn, CA- The Ultra Race of Champions (UROC) has announced its most anticipated relocation beginning in 2015: Auburn, California, the Endurance Capital of the World.  Following its mission to create the Championship for the sport of ultra distance running and maintaining the inclusive quality of the sport, the UROC Race

Chris Douglas Launches Presidio Sports Management

San Francisco, CA – October 6, 2014 – Presidio Sports Management, one of only a handful of sports law and athlete management firms catering to the endurance sports community, officially launched today under the leadership of endurance athlete and civil rights attorney, Chris Douglas. With a quickly growing client list, Presidio Sports Management represents a number of


Leadville Trail 100 moving to lottery

Press Release Entrance to the Leadville Trail 100 Run presented by New Balance will be lottery-based. Cost is $15 to enter the lottery, which will open on December 1, 2014. Winners will be notified in mid-January and automatically charged the $315 registration fee. The $15 lottery fee will be applied to The Leadville Legacy Foundation,


Garmin announces 920XT with up to 40 hours in battery life

Press Release from Garmin We’re excited to today announce the Forerunner 920XT – a multisport GPS watch with advanced running dynamics and connected features. Recording detailed metrics for swimming, biking and running, the Forerunner 920XT is qualified to take elite and beginner athletes’ training to the next level. Its slim profile and hinged watch bands offer a

Dirty Girls’ Trail Race

Friday, Aug 8, 2014 Mansfield , ON 12hrs Place Age Gender Gender Place First Name Last Name Distance City State 1 43 M 1 Peter Taylor 66.123 2 31 F 1 Angie Darbyson 54.901 3 44 M 2 Ade Stewart 52.39 4 27 M 3 Corey Smith 49.91 5 42 M 4 Greg Dunn 49.91

The 2014 Winter Solstice Run

As the sun set on June 20, a team of runners gathered on the shore of Lake Michigan, soon to commence an expedition from the northernmost tip of Leelanau Peninsula and continue 40 miles through the shortest night of the year, toward Grand Traverse Bay. These 50 runners represented a movement of gender equality for