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Best GoPro Footage Ever: Dog Sprints to Ocean

This GoPro footage of a Labrador sprint­ing to the sea will make your day.

This heart­warm­ing 30-second GoPro video cap­tures the sim­ple purity of unleashed pas­sion for out­door expe­ri­ence. Watch from the point of view of Wal­ter, a Labrador, as he is taken off his lead then goes crash­ing through brush, sand, and a group of peo­ple at top speed en-route to the water. The footage was cap­tured on a beach in Sir­a­cusa, Sicily and it will make your week. 



5 Ways To Support A Runner On Race Day

How to sup­port a run­ner on race-day.

  No mat­ter the dis­tance to be cov­ered, race day is a big deal for a run­ner. It’s the cul­mi­na­tion of weeks or months of prepa­ra­tion, psych­ing one’s self up, highs and lows, strate­gic work­outs, a cou­ple freak-outs, ran­dom bouts of excite­ment, and immea­sur­able antic­i­pa­tion. And  person(s) who sup­port a run­ner play a piv­otal role on race day. You can’t run the race for your run­ner, but you can sure help in mak­ing their big day go smoother. Set Your Alar­mOdds are,


Gear Love

180 South Tents – A Clymb Exclusive

Two Clymb employ­ees put 180 South tents to the test at the Deschutes River.

I pitched the Juniper 2 in a juniper grove entirely by acci­dent. Myself, and a buyer at The Clymb, Brett Cas­sidy, were camp­ing at the Deschutes River and we had the good for­tune to give these new 180 South tents that are exclu­sive to The Clymb a trial run. The world-famous salmonfly hatch was on, and a cur­sory glance at the river­bank grass revealed these thumb-sized bugs in abun­dance. I was anx­ious to wet my line, so I jumped out of


New Balance: Smokin’ Fast Track Shoes

Time to beat the clock.

You run the roads, map your routes, and now you want to take the strength you’ve built and apply it to the track — then here’s the shoe for you. This new rac­ing flat from New Bal­ance is what you need to beat the clock. Its light­weight, low-profile design will make it feel like smoke is fly­ing off your heels. Yet these are not Michael Johnson’s golden shoes. They won’t dis­in­te­grate after a few laps. They find the bal­ance between



A Runner’s Dream Job: Interview With Brooks Corporate Chef

Marathoner-Chef Conni Zuck-Brownell has her dream job.

What’s even bet­ter than being a run­ner? Being a run­ner who knows how to cook. Now, take that up a notch and con­sider being a marathoner and trained chef who cre­ates menus and cooks for a major run­ning shoe com­pany. Dreamy, eh? That’s exactly what Conni Zuck-Brownell, Cor­po­rate Chef at Brooks, gets to do. Audra Run­dle:Let’s start with run­ning. What is your story? How did you get started as a run­ner?Conni Zuck-Brownell: My very first race was the Port­land Marathon 2008


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Weird: What A Runner’s Compliment Looks Like

Runner’s com­pli­ments are downright strange.

    While it’s true that com­pli­ments come in all shapes and sizes, what a run­ner con­sid­ers a com­pli­ment may cause non-runners to pause, scratch their head, or even rear up to deliver a slap across the face. Run­ners are often a  quirky group of indi­vid­u­als with their own form of com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Here are a few state­ments that run­ners (but almost no one else) are happy to accept as com­pli­ments.  “Well, that was fast.”This is a com­ment men don’t aim to receive generally


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