Ultra Tales Issue 10 includes an exclusive interview with North Face athlete Jez Bragg (front cover). The issue also contains event reports from the Stour Valley Path 100km, Beacons Ultra, Desert Ultra, Druid Ultra, Brecon 40, Frostbite 30, White Rose Ultra, Winter 100, Hereward Ultra, the “Piece of String” event and a race report from “King of the Hill” Jon Steele who was the only person to finish the inaugural Hill Ultra.
There are Runners Profiles from Giles Davis, Matt Price, Nick Thompson, Russell Bestley and Richard Cranswick.
In addition there are a range of articles including an interview with Mark Hines, a tale about our Ultra WAGs (and HABs), Strength Training tips for Ultra Runners and we answer the question What is a Running Technique Coach?
Serving a loyal market of long-distance runners since 1981, UltraRunning magazine has long been established as “the voice of the sport”. Containing comprehensive and informative articles about all aspects of the sport of ultramarathoning, UltraRunning is a must-read for all who participate in the sport.
UltraRunning magazine is an invaluable resource for ultrarunners – experienced, new and aspiring endurance athletes seeking to go beyond the marathon. We provide helpful and entertaining content to ultrarunners, and measure our success by the accomplishments of our readers, and ultimately by the growth of the sport.”
The latest product to be stocked by www.ultramarathonrunningstore.com dropped through the letterbox yesterday. UltraRunning Magazine is a quality, glossy magazine with just over 90 information packed pages. I’ve yet to work my way through the many articles but, certainly at first glance, it looks like an essential read for anyone interested in the ultramarathon scene. With columnists including 14-times Western States 100 women’s champion Ann Trason, Dean Karnazes, Ellie Greenwood and Ian Sharman, to name but a few, there’s sure to be something for everyone.
The Jan/Feb issue of UltraRunning Magazine includes: