What’s it like to run 50 miles in shoe-melting heat with just tire rubber strapped to your feet? A top American ultramarathoner ventures deep into Mexico’s Copper Canyons to learn the secrets of the Tarahumara, the world’s greatest runners.
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I went homeless for three days around Christmas. It was an artificial homelessness, because I knew could go back to a warm bed and a fridge full of food. But the people I met — and the misery they experience — were very real.
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At the Fig Leaf 5K—my first naked race—it was hard to know where to look. Runners are always sizing up their competition, but this was nuts. I tried to stare ahead at the race course, but I felt like I was standing at a crowded row of urinals, trying not to glance.
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Drought has decimated the food and land of the indigenous Tarahumara. Barefoot Farm has stepped up to help keep the Running People on their feet.
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