There are plenty of things that are amazing about running: Nutella sandwiches with bananas in them. Dogs running towards me on the trail, wagging their tails and… Read more “Why I Really Keep Running”
To see the dawn from the top of a mountain is to witness the birth of Time. I’ve seen my fair share of sunrises, and even though… Read more “The Birth of Time | An Early-Morning Run Up Mt Tamalpais”
Hello everyone, this is the video version of my earlier post about wht a typical day in my life as an aid station volunteer looks like.
(This totally didn’t take me two weeks longer to make than I anticipated, nu-uh.)
I hope you’ll enjoy it!
This is a poem about running. This is a poem about so much more… I decided to give a try to reading my poetry and making videos… Read more “I Ran. | Poetry Reading”
I was going to write a more general “Typical Day in the Life of an Aid Station Volunteer” post but then I realized that what had become… Read more “A Day in My Life as an Aid Station Volunteer”
If you live in the Bay Area and like running, read on! In fall, my friend Sylvie and I created a race in the beautiful Sierra Azul.… Read more “ANNOUNCEMENT for our running friends”
Despite the year that 2020 has been, in the past two months, a few new ultra/trail running films were released. And even though every single one of them tells stories of perseverance and resistance, there are two that spread the message more than others, accompanied by stunning visuals and featuring amazing humans.
For Rangers Ultra
For Rangers Ultra is a stage race through the beautiful and wild plains of Kenya. This race was put on in support of the rangers that roam those plains and are the last frontier between poachers and the wildlife.
Golden Trail Championship 2020
The Faial island in Portugese Azores hosted the 2020 Golden Trail Championship despite all the hurdles. With races being canceled left and right this past year, the championship pushed through. Jim Walmsley, Stian Angermund, Maude Mathys and Tove Alexandersson take the audience behind the scenes and through all the adrenaline-filled courses.
If you want to read a little intro on how this series came to be, you can do so by clicking HERE 🙂 Also, it’s been over… Read more “Running Diary (Vol. III)”
Hello from my cold, cold home to yours. Winter has made an appearance, and even though that doesn’t mean land covered in snow (unfortunately), it did bring… Read more ““Running” Poetry”
Yes, another “running in the snow” post because one time suffering wasn’t enough! As someone who properly never learns their lesson so that they can keep doing… Read more “Running in the Snow to Mammoth Rock | Eastern Sierra”