From 9MindAsylum, Lighting The Fire: Wrong Turns tells the story of Jim Walmsley’s eventful start in the sport of ultrarunning.
4K video testing the flight tracking of Mavic Pro and running in the Porthills Christchurch New Zealand. Frame rates and sharpness to be explored further.
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.
Scott Snair is an urban farmer from Portland who works for Grove making bamboo iPhone cases. He also commutes by running up to 12 miles a day, every day. A part of the upcoming film, What Moves You, which explores the reasons people run.
A recovering addict and a convicted felon, Ronnie lives on the streets of San Francisco, and credits running for helping to save his life.
Anyone can be a runner. All you have to do is start running. From your first mile to your first marathon, Nike+ Run Club can help you get started.
US based fitness club chain Equinox has succeeded in documenting both spirit and sweat of three running crews in a beautifully shot video.
We believe running is powerful. Powerful enough to change a person. And quite possibly a whole lot of people. That’s why we asked ourselves: WHAT IF EVERYBODY RAN?
In “Of Fells and Hills” we travel with American Writer, Photographer and Trail Runner, Rickey Gates, to the UK to explore and discover the history, culture and legends of the ancient practise of Fell Running.
A love letter to trail running and the Marin headlands. A film by Luis Peña explores his love for nature, outdoors
ASICS runners push their boundaries discovering a huge variety of ways to run on their mission to reach the top. Visit http://www.asics.com/gorunit to discover the big world of running.
Typographist and designer Kate Hursthouse joins the creative Good People Run Collective. Expect to see limited edition artwork from this talented creative.
Such a great edit from the guys at African attachment and just look at those running locations! Stunning.
When Naresh Kumar moved to the USA in 2010, he did not know that a sport like trail running existed.
“Pounding the tarmac through the seasons, a band of runners are brazenly challenged with intimate questions as they pace their