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The Big Alta: Daybreak Racing and Freetrail’s Relationship Mullet 

Insights on the success and sustainability of trail racing from the inaugural Big Alta weekend

Kick off the New Year – Events Opening Now

Below you will find a list of races that open their registration on or around January 1. Some of these events will sell out quickly, be prepared. Others offer the best possible pricing to early birds. Whichever camp your goal race falls into, be prepared, be patient, and don't be afraid of wait lists. May the odds be ever in your favor.

Races Opening Registration 11/28-12/4

December is a hot month for 2024 race registration! The most popular events sell out quickly. Keep your eyes glued to ultrasignup.com to get your spot and ensure the best possible pricing on your favorite races!

The Making of “Lucy’s Dad”

A conversation with running filmmaker Dylan Harris about his experience making the film "Lucy's Dad."

Races Opening Registration 10/30-11/5

It's a busy week, the start of what we like to call "registration season." Between now and the first week of January, races begin to open registration for 2024. Keep your eyes glued to ultrasignup.com to ensure the best possible pricing on your favorite races!

9.05.23 – Summer’s End and Dirt Circus

Trailhead: UTMB week, another big new FKT, and a new episode of The Trailhead podcast UltraSignup It’s UTMB week in Chamonix and it’s hard to talk about anything else. But pay attention there was a new FKT on the Pacific Crest trail. TOGETHER WITH    Happy Tuesday, runners! It’s a Courtney Dauwalter world, we’re just living […]

8.29.2023 – UTMB Week, FKTs, and the Trailhead

It's UTMB week in Chamonix and the running community can't stop talking about it. Plus a new FKT on the Pacific Crest Trail and plenty of races ahead.

The First Running of Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc. Part Two

Part 2: The story of the first edition of UTMB, Dawa Sherpa's incredible finish, and the legacy that continues today.

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