Chapel Hill, NC — Chapel Hill-based Endurance Magazine has motivated over 26,000 people across North America to raise over $500,000 for local food banks and hunger relief programs. Since May, in the midst of COVID-19 business closures, quarantines, and unprecedented social distancing, Endurance launched a portfolio of virtual challenges
Join one of the 6-week Challenges Across North America Do Something Great For Yourself - and Help Give Back To Those In Great Need Right Now! The Food Run Challenges are Between 30 - 180 Miles The Food Run challenge puts you in control of you! Designed to motivate you to
Blue Ridge to The Beach Epic 475-mile challenge Six months to complete! Experience North Carolina on an epic city-by-city expedition from Asheville to Wrightsville. Along the way, you will earn milestone badges for each major city in the Tar Heel State. Make no mistake, this challenge will test you!
The Carolina Food Run Challenges 30, 60, 90, or 120 Miles 6-Week Challenge ends June 21, 2020 Freedom! We could all use a little more these days, so we designed a challenge that puts you in control of you! This quarantine has seen people's activity levels skyrocket by 88%! That's amazing.
The Jackson River Scenic Trail Marathon follows its namesake river, winding its way between Intervale, just north of Covington, slightly past the Natural Well Trail Head to the turnaround point 13.1 miles north. The trail follows an old railroad bed of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway (Hot Springs Branch)
Charlotte, NC — A hometown winner, a sold-out race, and rain clearing just in time to reveal great running weather. If you’re Tim Rhodes, you’re feeling pretty satisfied. Of course if you’re Tim Rhodes, that doesn’t mean you can kick back and relax. There’s still a lot to do
Ragnar Trail Carolinas combines your love of running with a whole lot of festival fun! This year the running relay is happening on Saturday and Sunday, October 5-6 at Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill, SC. Teams of 8 will come together to conquer a series of three
by No Meat Athletes’ Matt Frazier & Doug Hay | There’s nothing wrong with getting in a rut. It doesn’t mean you don’t still love running or can’t go on to achieve great running goals. It just means you’re in a rut, plain and simple.
By Chris Newport So, you’ve decided to take on the marathon, or maybe you’re ready to go for a PR. But how do you choose the appropriate training and racing paces to perform your best? Here are 3 tips to pacing properly so you can run the perfect marathon.