Aire Libre | Running and Transcendence in Chiapas Mexico

Words by: Hakim Davy Images provided by: Aire Libre I don’t really know where to start with this tale of adventure.  Exploring culture, food, and land that looks like it has been untouched by corruption and greed really was a mind melt. It felt like a far cry away from the crazy streets of Koreatown, Los Angeles. It was an experience that I will never forget due to these crazy individuals at Aire Libre. From…

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Choose Your Own Adventure – Mt. Superior South Ridge

Words and images by Joshua Parker and Mackay Hare Illustration by Mackay Hare Editors note: Salt Lake City has long been a must visit destination for trail runners stateside. Throughout the years we’ve had the pleasure of meeting runners from all walks of life who now call this city home. Multi-disciplinary designer and landscape illustrator Mackay Hare stopped by our pop up over last year’s Boston marathon to introduce himself and purchase a cap. When…

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Places | Cap D’espoir & Percé, Québec, Canada

Words and images by: Hugh Langis website : hughlangis.com While other runners train to go faster, I’ve used my running as a space to slow down, to think about my creative process, admire the scenery, and draw playful narratives of what I see on my trails.  This summer, I had the good luck to visit family and friends in my hometown of Percé, QC. My town is uniquely situated near the tip of the Gaspé Peninsula,…

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Places | A1 Mountain Road in Flagstaff, Arizona

Words and images by: Stephen Kersh Running with: Grayson Murphy & Will Baldwin One of the more appealing aspects of running must be its lack of variance; a completely logical activity not liable to change any time soon. The grey area in the sport — the most pure version of the sport — is almost non-existent: start your timepiece and discover what you’re willing to push your legs, lungs, and mind to accomplish. It is…

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Places | Squamish, British Columbia

Words: Kelly Irwin Images: Chase White Over a year ago, I made the decision to leave behind city life and chase my personal goals and passion. I quit my corporate job. I sold my house. And I left it all behind to move to a new town in the mountains. That town is Squamish, BC. I haven’t looked back since. Squamish has traditionally been a logging town right smack in the middle of Vancouver and…

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Teaching a little, learning a lot in Cape Dorset Nunavut.

Photos and words by Gavin Hatheway The Journey from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Cape Dorset is a long one. It starts with a flight to Ottawa where we meet with the team for dinner. My friend Dave Culligan and I are travelling to Cape Dorset, Nunavut with the Eatfit Project. We’re here to document an awesome group of students and professionals who make trips to Northern Canada to promote healthy eating and exercise to improve…

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In the end, it’s all worth it – Ultra Run across Haiti

For Text Version scroll down… Transcribed from Above: How many of you are out there looking for meaning? Have you ever asked yourself, what would you be doing if you had six months to live? Whether it’s in a deeper spiritual way, or a sense that you are missing something, something fulfilling, I think many of us are searching for a sense of purpose, a sense of living out our full potential. Samuel Beckett once…

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