This time last week ultra-runner Beth Pascall was in the midst of breaking Jasmin Paris’s Bob Graham round FKT. Starting and finishing outside Moot Hall in Keswick, the route takes in 42 of the Lake District peaks, covers 106km and includes around 8600m of ascent.
Last December Beth Pascall and Damian Hall attempted to set a new FKT on the Cape Wrath Trail. Summit Media made a film about their chilly and sometimes miserable experience!
There was some thrilling racing at the Lakeland 50 at the weekend – with fine margins the order of the day
The Lakeland 100 is billed as the one of the most spectacular long-distance trail races in the UK – here’s our guide to the 100 and 50 races
In the early hours of Tuesday morning last week, Paul Giblin and friend Graham Connolly set off in attempt of the 387km brutal Cape Wrath Trail record
2020 was an interesting year for long distance running. Ally Beaven takes us through the year of COVID-19 and FKT(Fastest Known Time) in his new book, a world which some of you may never have heard of! Broken tells the story of an unprecedented rise in the popularity of attempts at breaking these records.
Leading outdoor footwear retailer, Merrell, has announced that it is the headline sponsor of the Mountain Running Evening at the 40th anniversary of the Kendal Mountain Festival.
The FKT (Fastest Known Time) concept has grown exponentially and in its wake has left a trail of fallen records. Let’s find out more.
We thought it might be prudent and as good a time as any to give you a little rundown on some of the best running documentary films out there to fill any spare time you might find yourself with.
This year’s UTMB threw up some interesting dramas, including two early front runners, some brilliant British performances and a 54 year-old on the podium.
Lewis Cooper looks back at past UTMBs and asks runners what their standout memories were
This is it, the big one, it’s almost time for UTMB! Here’s our preview of the headline race!
We take a look at the favourites from this year’s UTMB races. Will we see a first American winner of the big race? Will there be Brits on the podium?
It was a huge weekend for international races, with Western States, Lavaredo and Mont Blanc Marathon. We take a look at the results and the notable British successes.
It’s one of the biggest, most iconic races on the planet this weekend – Western States 100! We take a look at some of the key runners, including our best British hopes.
It was the Trail World Championships in Portugal on June 8th and GB were fielding a very strong team. Could we top our 2018 performance? Yes, we could!
Dragon’s Back has become the stuff of legend over the last 25 years. But how do you complete such a tough race? Some previous competitors give us their top tips to get to the finish line.
It was the British 100km Championships at the weekend, which was part of the Sri Chinmoy Ultra Races in Perth. Here’s all the news from the race.
The Spine Race 2019 is coming! On January 13th 250 brave runners will set off on a journey which will take them 268 miles across the Pennines.
2018 was another incredible year for running, with inspirational performances all around you. We couldn’t possibly summarise it all, so we bring you our highlights of the year and shine a light on the runners we were inspired by.