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You could say that ultra-running is in Brendan Trimboli’s DNA. His mom ran the Leadville 100 back in 1989 and 1990, when Brendan was just one and two years old. Back in the late 80’s ultra-running was in its infancy with few participants – especially few women - so...read more
Photo: Scott Rokis Your average runner knows that it takes a huge amount of dedication, stamina and physical training to finish a marathon or an ultramarathon race. What Courtney Dauwalter understands and embodies goes much farther than that, and it’s the key to her...read more
When you talk to Joe Grant, you get so inspired that after five minutes you want to drop everything and go climb a 14’er. The sheer amount of adventure he’s packed into his young life is breathtaking. From biking across the USA in 2007 to his Tour de 14’ers last year,...read more
At Tailwind, our customers genuinely inspire us every day. We follow your training struggles and personal journeys to achieve your ambitious goals. You make us excited to get up every morning and do what we can to help you get to the finish line. In the case of Tad...read more
By Amy Dixon Hi Everyone! My name is Amy Dixon and I’m a visually impaired member of the US National Paratriathlon Team, racing and training for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. I’ve been training as a triathlete for 5 years, and turned pro two years ago when I...read more
By Heike McNeil The most difficult part of this race was not the elevation, not the distance (I personally find 10 miles a very difficult distance to race), not the stiff competition in one of the premier trail running communities in the NW, not the workouts leading...read more
For the past several years, we've been recommending that Tailwind Nutrition Endurance Fuel be used as part of the recovery process. We suggested that customers continue drinking Tailwind immediately post activity to take advantage of the "magical 30-60 minute window"...read more