How To Run 100 Miles: Our Expert Guide + Training Plan

There are few things more exciting than crossing a 100-mile race finish line. The adrenaline, the fatigue, the mixed emotions. I had tears of joy running down my cheeks when I finished my first, second, and third 100-mile distance races.  Every. Single. Time. That feeling never gets old. You just feel invincible…and broken at the … Read more

How I’m Training For My First 100 Mile Run

When I wrote the article Why I’m Running 100 Miles back in mid-September, I was nestled in the window seat of a plane carving a route from Milan to Barcelona. I had spent a long summer traveling around the mountains, working on farms, and meeting people whose lives were so different from my own. And … Read more

Why I’m Running 100 Miles

In just over three months I’ll be running my first ever 100-mile race, the Lady Anne’s Way 100 in Yorkshire, England. Why am I running 100 miles? I’ve been asked this question too many times to count. I’m not 100% sure myself, so this article is as much a chance to let myself in on … Read more

10 Pro Tips For Your First 100 Mile Run

Training for your first 100 miler? First off, congratulations on deciding to take on such a tough challenge! You’ll have your ups and downs, love it and hate it, but in the end, there will be nothing more satisfying than crossing that finish line. During a 100-miler, there are many uncontrollable obstacles to overcome. The … Read more

The Western States 100 Race Profile: The King Of 100 Mile Races

The Western States 100 is the oldest 100-mile ultra trail race in the world. It is well-known for its history and challenging conditions including 18,000 feet of climbing and temperature swings from the blistering cold to triple-digit heat.  For almost five decades, Western States has been home to some of the sport’s most legendary competitions … Read more