Posts By: Richard Bolt

Young athletes assembled for 2018 Youth Skyrunning World Championships

Guest post written by US Youth Skyrunning Team Leader Ryan Kerrigan. The following athletes and coaches will represent the United States at the 2018 Youth Skyrunning World Championships. Tanson Chan – Millbrae, California “I am really grateful and excited for this opportunity to represent our country and meet like-minded youth who are just as passionate… Read more »

Seeking US Skyrunners for the 2018 SkyRunning World Championships

USA SkyRunning is seeking athletes to represent the US Team at the 2018 SkyRunning World Championships in Kinlochleven, Scotland, UK. Race dates are September 13-15. The event is comprised of 3 races Salomon Mamores VK – September 13, 2018 Salomon Ben Nevis Ultra – September 14, 2018 Salomon Ring of Steall SkyRace® – September 15,… Read more »

Pittsburgh Marathon Organizers Introduce the Ultimate Trail Relay Challenge

Press release from ATRA corporate member Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon, Inc. (P3R). Running from Cumberland, Maryland to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Great Allegheny Passage Relay is inspired by the growing popularity of trail running. PITTSBURGH – Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon, Inc. (P3R) announced today that they will add another race to their growing number of events…. Read more »

Using poles for a more a efficient trail running experience

Poles can greatly add to a more efficient trail running experience, primarily while walking on uphills. Poles are especially useful in longer in trail running races with lots of sustained or steep terrain. Walking with poles can be a good way to conserve leg power as it allows athletes to engage otherwise unused muscles in… Read more »

U.S. Trail Team announced for the 2018 Trail World Championships

The USATF Mountain, Ultra, Trail Council is proud to announce members of the U.S. Trail Team scheduled to compete at the 2018 Trail World Championships May 12, in Penyagolosa/Castellon, Spain. The US team of 6 women and 6 men will tackle the technical 85 kilometer (50 mile) point-to-point course which goes from sea level in… Read more »