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Trail Running Women

Hilary Spires: Trail Runner, Coach, Sports Junkie

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The women of the trails share their stories about running, racing, and life. These badass ladies from around the globe get honest about everything from competing, motherhood, and trying to have it all. Get ready for training ideas, gear tips, and a healthy dose of inspiration.
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Cultra Trail Running

The Cultra Crew

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Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
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We hear from some of the people who have inspired us, by sharing their running journeys discipline, fortitude and resilience. Ordinary people doing extraordinary things, champions and those who have a story to tell, by following their heart and their feet. Wild Running offers bespoke trail running, fell running, swimrun events and yoga camps in Devon, the Lake District, Scotland and abroad, along with navigation courses for runners and walkers and coaching for all levels and abilities. Conta ...
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We entertain and encourage everyday trail runners and ultra trail runners all over the world who are out there getting it done! Whether you're on a 5K a day streak, training for a race, or even exploring the idea of trail running, we are here to celebrate you and the amazing community and culture. Join us - we laugh a bunch and have a lot of fun.
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Trail Running Podcast

Sascha Rupp | Podcast über Trail Running, Ultramarathon und spannende Interviews mit echten TrailTypenn

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Laufpodcast über Trail Running, Ultramarathon, mit spannenden Interviews mit echten #TrailTypen:innen.
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Fantasy Trail Running

Fantasy Trail Running

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Running isn’t just IRL anymore. Kick those compression sock covered feet up and tune in as we give you our best semi-educated guesses on the biggest races in ultra running. Are we qualified for this? Probably not, but we did run an ultra once.
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Il primo podcast italiano sul Trail Running. Sirio, trailer per passione e fondatore di runningincinqueterre.it, vi porterà notizie, curiosità, nomi e racconti su quello che è il Trail Running nel Belpaese, confezionato per voi, capre, cinghiali o stambecchi che siate!
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Vert is the home for every trail & ultra runner. On this podcast we host conversations with key members of our Trail & Ultra running community from all over the world. From professional world class athletes to our Vert.run members and community. Narrating captivating stories and learning from and about this amazing sport.
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Hi I’m Claire from Wild Ginger Running YouTube channel, the best place for trail and ultra running advice. This is the podcast version of my live athlete and expert interviews which usually airs midday Wednesday or Thursday UK time. Join us live on YouTube for the chance to ask questions to our awesome guests, and support me on Patreon to guarantee you question gets asked. For more trail and ultra running advice, gear reviews and inspiration, subscribe to Wild Ginger Running on YouTube (it’s ...
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Rivka was so much fun to chat to! She started running in her late 50's in 2013, and ran her first half marathon in 2015. She's now completed quite a few road half marathons, a few trail races, and two marathons. She is a mother of five sons, and grandmother to one and one on the way. Rivka is also a birth attendant, attending some births and teachi…
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Parker Farabee is a trail runner, physiotherapist, exercise physiologist and coach from Portland, Oregon. In this episode we talk about base training and how to build an aerobic base. What are the benefits of base training? Why is it essential to increase our work capacity and improve fatigue resistance? What happens to our bodies when we're traini…
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Kia ora e te whānau! She’s 90 lbs soaking wet and with a personality 150 feet tall: Polly Taylor is a force to be reckoned with. A guide in the Marlborough Sounds, past Northburn 100 mile winner, and someone who could talk the iron legs off a stove, Polly is someone who exemplifies that maximum growth occurs on the cusp of support and challenge. In…
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Ultra Runner, author, recovering addict and father Henry Ward shares his many inspiring life journeys that have taken him on a road that ultimately led to helping others. We dig deep on what it means to be in the moment and do hard things in life. Running Without The Devil: How an alcoholic and addict used running to battle his addiction and how yo…
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In this live broadcast I’ll be showing you the differences between the new Altra Timp 5 and the older version the Timp 4. I’ll be reviewing the new Harrier Lomond insulated jacket, and I’ll also be sharing the details of a super weird scam product that wouldn’t look out of place as an April Fool’s! PLUS I answer paid Patreon’s gear questions live f…
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There's nothing conventional about David Sharpe, former world 800m junior champion, European outdoor silver medallist and European indoor 800m champion. Ceri talks to Sharpey about his athletics career, his wild side and undiagnosed ADHD and also interviews the author of a new biography on Sharpey, Brian Gardner. Interview with Brian Gardner to 16:…
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Well, we've reached the finish line. Episode 190 is the final episode of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast. In this final episode, we feature the Herd. You get to hear from many of the amazing people that make up this great community. Jefé gives his sincere thanks to all the people that made this podcast so special. From the Big Ass Runner c…
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We went to Tarawera Ultra-Trail in 2024 and it was incredible. Moments so surreal you question reality. Simple pleasures, mundanity, joy, filth, pride, and noble stupidity (and this was just the car trip down). Please enjoy this episode of the DCR AidStation, recorded at some aid stations, among other places, and featuring Sam Harvey, Coach Eric Or…
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Robbie Simpson is a professional trail and road runner from Scotland, sponsored by Adidas Terrex. Robbie is one of the best all around athletes in the world: he's run anything from 5k on the road to ultramarathons. He's been on the podium of Sierre-Zinal FIVE times, he's won a world mountain running championships bronze medal, and he's won a medal …
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It is the hottest day of the year, the humidity is up, and the unapologetically tough Anchor Down Ultra is in full form. Rhode Islands favorite ultra RD Jay Paganelli joins the full Cultra Crew for a fun filled episode. We talk about the challenges of having a race that is in high demand, and how to manage an entry process. We also get perspective …
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Kia ora e te whānau!! Holy Hecka ... the four-day three-ring circus that is Tarawera Ultra-Trail has rolled into town for 2024, and we couldn’t wait to get this out to you all as a wee bonus treat. First off, for your entertainment we have the 2024 Elite Q & A live show, featuring Ruth Croft, Daniel Jones, Kate Avery and an amazing conversation wit…
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The one and only Laura Becker joins Becky and Celeste to share her experience balancing new motherhood and being an ultra runner and triathlete. We discuss the joys and struggles, the successes and failures, and the importance of supportive networks. Get your official Cultra Clothes and other Cultra TRP PodSwag at our store! Outro music by Nick Byr…
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Anushay has always defined herself as an Academic but struggled to call herself an athlete. She moved to Canada from Pakistan and quickly became involved in the trail running community and with a bit of work is now both an athlete and an ultrarunner. Anushay was inspired to go further and push her body and mind to complete her first 50km last summe…
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Max Keith is a trail runner from Chile and the co-founder of Vert. In this episode we talk about how to monitor your training: what data and metrics should we be paying attention to? Technology, with all kinds of data, has become so easy to access, but what is actually relevant and what should we really care about? What can we learn from the analys…
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Kia ora e te whānau. Throughout this episode, Robyn Lesh talks about puzzles. From working out how not to drop a single point in her community college maths class, to graduating MIT whilst figuring out the ideal point of balance on her Olympic class foiling sailboat, to the ideal weight distribution for America’s Cup challenger American Magic, Roby…
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Don’t be despondent about your DNF! I just DNF-ed the Arc 50 this Jan so Coach Tim is going to share with us his top 5 great things that you can learn from your latest ultra trail race DNF. Originally on YouTube here https://youtube.com/live/EtZgFrkbTAg Arc 50 DNF race film https://youtu.be/G3z0-NU6a4w Photo: Steve Ashworth This live broadcast / po…
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Just when you thought it was safe to listen with your kids, The Cultra Crew got together to celebrate everything Patreon. We may have also discussed the US Olympic Marathon Trials. Be warned, there are occasional nuggets of ultra running knowledge that got mixed into the batter of this giant shit cake, but mostly it’s just a feel good running over …
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Today I’m super interested to be chatting to two of my Patreons Sean O’Keefe and Christian Poulton about how they nailed the Arc of Attrition 50 first time this Jan 2024. I got timed out about 12 miles from the end reaching the Godevry checkpoint 15mins after the 8pm cut off, so I’ll be comparing notes to see what I need to do differently next time…
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Henriette Albon is a professional runner for Arc'teryx living in Norway. Henriette just set the women’s winter FKT of the Bob Graham Round, one of the most challenging and famous trail routes in the British Lake District, tagging 42 peaks and covering 106 miles with over 8000m of elevation. In this episode we talk about the challenges of her advent…
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We celebrate our second to last episode by bringing you a very special edition of the show. All four of the original Big Ass Runner Crew share their memories, experiences, and stories from the last four years. Join us as we sit around Jefé's Big Ass Couch and share some laughs and tears on our way to the conclusion of the Big Ass Runner. New YouTub…
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We discuss your big training questions for your new 2024 goals! We had questions on back yard ultras, mental strategies when you increase in distance, how to stay healthy when you run a 100miles, what to have in your vest, and more! Find Alyssa @theory_in_motion If you'd like a backlog of episodes - check us out here: Patreon Follow the new pod ins…
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Have you won anything in the Jan 2024 competition worth £447? And what is up for grabs in the Feb 2024 prize giveaway? To enter the Wild Ginger Running monthly competition, scroll down. NEW for 2024 I'll be giving away either a Naak sports nutrition bundle worth £25 or a couple of running books worth around the same total only to LIVE VIEWERS ONLY!…
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Parker Farabee is a trail runner, physiotherapist, exercise physiologist and coach from Portland, Oregon. In this episode we talk about how to deal with an injury and about cross training and rehab. We will point out and clarify some of the most important things you should do when you get injured, how you can and should maintain consistency in your…
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What makes a good outdoors educator and what changes are needed in the face of climate change, mass disconnection with nature and barriers to access in the countryside? Ceri speaks to educator, expedition leader and soon-to-be author Emma LinfordΑπό τον @IAmTheHow
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Kia ora e te whānau. The Big Friendly is rushing up again and Eugene and Matt have the privilege of being joined by their fellow MC’s, friends, and the Squadrun brains trust Kerry Suter and Ali Pottinger. Kerry and Ali continue to be a driving force in coaching in Australasia, as they coach and support thousands. We run down the shiny diamonds in t…
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We start Episode 188 with a Big Ass Announcement you don't want to miss. And then gather with some of our awesome podcasting friends. What's the Big Ass Announcement and who are our podcasting friends? Find out on Episode 188 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast! New YouTube channel ->YouTube BigAssRunner.com More content on IG @big_ass_runn…
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AidStation 001 – Insert Something Cliche About Processes. A special taste for DCR listeners of our new subscriber-only AidStation podcast. We didn’t know this, but the second Friday in January is known as “Quitter’s Day”. This is the day that statistically, most people abandon their New Year’s Resolutions. Are you a resolution person? Or a Goal guy…
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Kristin Jensen is a trail runner from Denmark and a Vert.run explore athlete. Kristin is a passionate runner whose goal is, like many other athletes that we coach, to run longer, faster and stronger while having fun in the process. In this episode we talk about being a trail runner in Denmark, probably not the most typical place you would think whe…
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Today we’re covering the 5 most common mistakes not to make the week before your ultra with incredible, unassailable coach and physio, Tim Pigott from HP3 Coaching because I have the Arc of Attrition 50 miler on Saturday and I'm about to do it in a fairly new pair of my fave ultra running shoes, without great prior training and feeling a cold from …
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Get the behind-the-scenes recap of the 2024 HOKA Bandera Endurance Trail Race from the infamous Chapas Aid Station. You'll hear from some of the folks serving at the aid station, as well as a summary of the race itself. And possibly hear exclusive audio from one of the winners. You'll love getting the inside scoop on this awesome trail ultra marath…
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Author and Ultra Running Legend Catra Corbett has run over 100, 100 mile races, has run over 30, 200 mile runs. In addition to these challenges, she has faced many other life challenges including addiction, abuse, and the untimely death of her father when she was 17 years old. Her running companions include runners of all ages and abilities both tw…
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I'm going to do a deep dive into the mandatory kit packing for The Arc 50 tomorrow 4pm, sharing all the tips from the comments on YouTube. Do you have any trail or ultra running race gear questions for me? Originally on YouTube here https://youtube.com/live/qPnHvvjKofE This live broadcast / podcast is sponsored by Naak nutrition and I’ll be sharing…
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Steph is the person you want to listen to at the start of the season. Her determination and hard work to better her times until she ultimately broke 3 hours in a marathon is inspiring for any distance runner. We get into her postpartum return to running, the timing of covid and training, and how she kept improving. If you'd like a backlog of episod…
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Katie Schide is a professional trail runner for The North Face from the US, living in France. Katie is one of the most well known and established trail runners in the world: she’s just been awarded the second place of the Trail Runner of the Year Award presented by Freetrail, and as well as the second place of the historic Ultra Runner of the Year …
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Kia ora e te whānau. When David Haunschmidt was racing his brothers over the beaches of Westray in the Orkney Islands, he never dreamed that his life would one day take him to New Zealand and near to the top of his sport. Starting trail running in 2018 as a means of expediency (I mean, hey you can still see all the things, but just in less time) Da…
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We are all about the every day runner, and this week we get to talk to author, coach, race director Sid Garza-Hillman about his new book, Ultra Running for Normal People: Life Lessons Learned On and Off the Trail. We dive into a few of the nine lessons covered in the book. As every day runners, you'll love Sid's perspective on the trails, which lik…
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How are you feeling? Sometimes it seems like the sun just aint shining anywhere nearby. This time of year lots of us get a little dark. The Crew shares how they deal with post holiday blues, family triggers, rainy running weather, and our inner voice. We talk about the importance of making face to face connections and reaching out to friends and ot…
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In this episode we talk about some common misconceptions in training for trail and ultras. With the recent increase in participation in trail and ultrarunning and more and more people coming to trail running from the roads or other endurance sports, team sports, or from being sedentary, we felt a need to discuss some common myths and not always acc…
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Delighted to chat to the incredible Graeme Brouder who was the last Brit to cross the line in the 2023 Spine Race, 268 miles along the Pennine Way from Edale to Kirk Yetholm, which takes place in the depths of winter every January. What makes Graeme tick? What training did he do and how did he stay mentally strong enough never to give up? Let’s fin…
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When we come across great films we know the Big Ass Runner Herd would enjoy, we must pass them along. Both films are must-see. The first, a fantastic ultra marathon documentary surrounding one of the top races in our sport. The second, a feature film that is trail running adjacent, but is chalked full of valuable life lessons. Jeff talks about them…
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We are 5 years old, and we still cant wipe our own ass. Butt we dont let that stop us from having a good time. Before launching into exclusive Patreon updates we talk about UTMB Ironman Ultra running and yes our excellent trail running community. Thanks to a great article by MassUltra and Chris Wristen for reminding us that we (you) do in fact cont…
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Welcome to 2024! We wrap up 2023 by reviewing the best of the year, and then chat what the listener goals and intentions are for 2024. Huge thanks to everyone who has supported the show for so many years, you guys are amazing!! If you'd like a backlog of episodes - check us out here: Patreon Follow the new pod insta @trailrunningwomenpod !!…
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Happy New Year! Have you won anything in the Dec 2023 competition worth £458? And what is up for grabs in the Jan 2024 prize giveaway? To enter the Wild Ginger Running monthly competition, scroll down. Originally on YouTube here https://youtube.com/live/L-DqdR70muA This broadcast and podcast is sponsored by Naak sports nutrition, who make long-last…
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Dan Curts is a professional trail runner for Brooks coming from New Hampshire, United States. With PRs of 3:43 in the 1500m, sub 4 min in the mile and 13:38 in the 5000m, Dan is a really fast, really talented runner who’s main focus is on mountain running and the sub ultra distances. This year he won the US mountain running up and down champs and h…
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Kia ora e te whānau. For our first podcast of 2024 Eugene and Matt have the pleasure of speaking with Zachary Friedley and Eric Orton. Zach is a returning Champion on DCR, having spoken to Matt on episode 202, and also being part of our Tarawera live pod in 2023. Eric Orton is a first time caller but he will be no stranger to many of you. Together,…
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We're back and it's a new year! We start by talking about what was on everyone's trail running Christmas list. And find out it Santa was good to the Big Ass Runner Herd or not? With a New Year comes resolutions, or as we prefer, goals. What are some of the top goals people have, and what are some steps you can take to make sure goals are just here …
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“Sophia” Lauren Edelman shares what it was like to run over 100 miles for the first time! Although it was not a race, she gathered a group of friends to support her (support is good) as she ran through one of the longest nights of the year on the QT 104 course. What do you do when the night keeps going on for 15 hours? Tune in to find out. Get your…
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Finn Melanson is the Host of the Singletrack, a podcast covering the professional mountain ultra-trail running scene. If you haven't checked out Singletrack yet, go do it now! We had such a great chat about everything Finn is doing in the Trail Running world including his goals for media coverage, and how to keep his personal love for the trails al…
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Our own Max Keith just ran The Speed Project Atacama, a 500km crossing of the Atacama Desert that is not just a race, it’s an adventure, a deep dive into the unknown, a shared experience with all the participants and crews, an introspective journey across one’s emotions and soul. The only rule of this event is that there are no rules, and that you …
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NEW SERIES FOR 2024! Sneak preview first episode. I’m going to be honest here - I’ve reached a stage where I am (in a nice way) non-plussed about elite athletes winning races and setting records. I used to be in awe of these lofty achievements, but I have a lot more in common with and even more awe for the people in the middle of the pack, the back…
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