The Summer season of long days on the dirt – track – road is here- and time to stand out
Renowned kiwi broadcaster and mum Rachel Smalley never considered herself a marathon runner, but it all changed in the Beirut Marathon of all places.
Ryan Sandes shocked the running world when he won the 2017 Western States 100 – this is what it took
Salomon sponsored ultra runner, SisuGirls Ambassador, and winner of the Hardrock100 race in 2015, Anna Frost, talks about how we all can act as role models, allowing our children to find their inner sisu.
For our sixth podcast GOOD PEOPLE RUN™ talk with Andrew Hutchinson who has just published a world first – the complete history of XC running. We talk about where XC running started, where its at and where it is heading.
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From 9MindAsylum, Lighting The Fire: Wrong Turns tells the story of Jim Walmsley’s eventful start in the sport of ultrarunning.
The Three Passes Route crosses the New Zealand’s Southern Alps in 50 rugged alpine kilometres. Starting from the Waimakariri River, near Christchurch, the route crosses Harman, Whitehorn, and Browning Passes and finishes on the West Coast near Hokitika.
For our fifth podcast GOOD PEOPLE RUN™ talk shop with the inspirational Gary Robbins about his history, passion for running, balancing family and training, ultra running, Barkley Marathons… and bears.
Purpose: /ˈpərpəs/ “The reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.” Find out what drives La Sportiva athlete Anton Krupicka in his continuous search for what it really means to live and explore in the mountains. A Storyteller Labs production.
The Nike Pro Hijab has been a year in the making, but its impetus can be traced much further back to Nike’s founding mission, to serve athletes, with the signature addendum: If you have a body, you’re an athlete.
For number three GOOD PEOPLE RUN™ talk shop with the legend Mike Wardian about his love for New Zealand, fitting in training, running history, future goals and more.
In 2006, a young Seattle ultrarunner, Brian Morrison, attempted his first Western States 100. After running for 18 hours on the second hottest day in the race’s history, he found himself in first place as he entered the historic finishing track. Unfortunately, after using all of his strength to get there, his body gave out within feet of the finish.
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An ode to running. ATARAXIA is a short film that was born after a discussion with a good friend, Rudi. Rudi is a runner, he loves the great outdoors and running long distances.