Posts By: Richard Bolt

Race SLO to Co-Host the 2018 US Trail Running Conference

Press release by ATRA corporate member Race SLO. Sixth edition of the US Trail Running Conference set for August 28-31 in Endurance Town USA to be held in conjunction with SLO Ultra & MTB 2018 event; first time annual educational conference is to be held outside Colorado. SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. – (November 2, 2017)… Read more »

USA’s best marathon trail runners gather in Moab, Utah

The USATF Trail Marathon Championships will be held in conjunction with the Moab Trail Marathon this coming Saturday, November 4, in Moab, Utah.  Dubbed, “a magical 26 miles,” by race director Danelle Ballengee, this race course challenges competitors over a single loop course, with a few well-placed out and back sections near the 11 and… Read more »

A quick guide to Dry Needling

Written by Dr. Sarah Cash Crawford from Beyond Exercise, LLC. for the Fall issue of our Trail Times newsletter. Dry needling is a technique used mostly by physical therapists and occasionally by chiropractors, medical doctors and dare I say…acupuncturists. You may be asking: is it not the same as acupuncture? That is a very short answer:… Read more »

Featured Trail Town – Carolina Beach, North Carolina

Welcome to another installment of our “Trail Town” series of articles. Every month we will feature an article about a trail running town that you should put on your bucket list of places to visit! This month we feature Carolina Beach in southeastern North Carolina, population 6,000. TRAIL TOWN: The Town of Carolina Beach is… Read more »

ATRA member Spectrum Sports Management partners with Gnarly Nutrition and Hydrapak for upcoming RunCatalina Events

Press release from ATRA corporate member Spectrum Sports Management. Gnarly Nutrition and HydraPak announce sponsorship of RunCatalina to fuel athletes on race day Spectrum Sports Management, the leading full-service sports management, production and sponsorship agency in Southern California, recently announced their partnership with Gnarly Nutrition, a brand that is redefining the future of sports nutrition, for… Read more »

Core vs Trunk for Trail Runners

Written by ATRA member Stephen R. Santangelo I prefer to make reference to the body’s mid-section as the “trunk,” rather than the fitness industry’s buzz word of choice — “core.” The drawback to mid-section training, regardless of what word one chooses as the descriptor, is the focus on the same useless exercises such as crunches,… Read more »

Jarryd Dunn dominates the Oystercatcher Trail Race

Press release from ATRA corporate member TriSport SA (South Africa). The Oystercatcher hiking trail is famous for being one of the best in the world, with the BBC rating it as one of the “30 unforgettable hikes to do before you die.” Not only is TriSport’s Oystercatcher Trail Run a physically enjoyable event but the… Read more »

Strong runners set to compete for national titles at Tussey Mountainback

Press release written by Mike Casper, Race Director, Tussey Mountainback.  Photo above from bouncingsoles.com.  Tussey Mountainback meets ATRA’s event standards.  STATE COLLEGE, PA — David Roche and Megan Roche, aka “the first couple of trail running,” will try to make their marks on the roads of Rothrock State Forest on Oct. 8 at the 18th annual edition… Read more »

Are You a California Trail Warrior?

Press release from ATRA corporate member Race SLO. Inaugural Warrior Trail Run Adventure race launches the #CaliforniaWarrior campaign for people to share their personal inspiring stories; register today to be part of a one-of-a-kind “California Warrior” off-road experience at Camp San Luis Obispo on March 23-24, 2018. SAN LUIS OBISPO, California – The inaugural Warrior… Read more »