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March 21, 2019 by Kristine Chew

Running has been a part of my life for so long, sometimes I don’t stop to think about the reason why.  I just run. But on a recent snowy run, as I was bundled up against the sleet and snow, my face frozen and my fingers numb, I started to wonder what possessed me to ... Read moreThe Runner’s Why

March 19, 2019 by Monique Seitz-Davis

I was 12 years old and going through a lot of stuff. My dad, a longtime runner, saw and seized upon the opportunity to introduce me to running as a thoughtful, therapeutic tool—one that he hoped I would keep in my back pocket for a lifetime. I, feeling ‘meh’ about the whole thing, acquiesced without much thought.

March 19, 2019 by Gina Lucrezi

It's just about Trail Sisters three year anniversary, and with much time listening and learning, we've finally decided on what we believe is the best representation for our community...meet Moxie the Mountain Lion.

March 18, 2019 by Gina Lucrezi

Before announcing the six recipients of the Trail Run Adventure Grant presented by Merrell and Trail Sisters, we want to say thank you to all those who applied! We received an incredible 241 submissions! Each trail run adventure (TRA) had a unique aspect, whether it was the location, reasoning or overall goal. You can imagine ... Read moreTrail Run Adventure Grant – Awardees!

March 14, 2019 by Kelly Teeselink

Last year, my friend Josh Sun told me he was rolling out a brand-spankin’ new 100 mile race in the beautiful trails of Mines of Spain, located in Dubuque, Iowa, right along the Mississippi River. The race is called Mines of Spain 100 and if you think Iowa is all flat, this race will prove ... Read moreWhat I Learned as a First-Time Aid Station Captain

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Running has been a part of my life for so long, sometimes I don’t stop to think about the reason why.  I just run. But on a recent snowy run, as I was bundled up against

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“Mom, I’m so glad we came out here,” my eldest said from the backseat of our truck. We had just wrapped up a snowshoe trek on our favorite trail and we were loading up to head

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I was 12 years old and going through a lot of stuff. My dad, a longtime runner, saw and seized upon the opportunity to introduce me to running as a thoughtful, therapeutic tool—one that he hoped I would keep in my back pocket for a lifetime. I, feeling ‘meh’ about the whole thing, acquiesced without much thought.

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Introducing: Moxie the Mountain Lion

It’s just about Trail Sisters three year anniversary, and with much time listening and learning, we’ve finally decided on what we believe is the best representation for our community…meet Moxie the Mountain Lion.

Trail Run Adventure Grant – Awardees!

Before announcing the six recipients of the Trail Run Adventure Grant presented by Merrell and Trail Sisters, we want to say thank you to all those who applied! We received an incredible 241 submissions! Each trail

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What I Learned as a First-Time Aid Station Captain

Last year, my friend Josh Sun told me he was rolling out a brand-spankin’ new 100 mile race in the beautiful trails of Mines of Spain, located in Dubuque, Iowa, right along the Mississippi River. The

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Trail Run Adventure Grant

Presented by Merrell

This grant was created to help fund trail run adventure opportunities for women who want to explore, inspire, and share their experience with others. 

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Presented by Camelbak

These women’s only retreats are open to 20 participants each and will be hosted in Boulder, Colorado and North Conway, New Hampshire.

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