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TIME TO KEEP MOVING FORWARD WITH MAGDA BOULET

TIME TO KEEP MOVING FORWARD WITH MAGDA BOULET

September 16, 2020

Magda Boulet, wears many hats throughout her day. She’s VP of Innovation at GU Energy labs, a professional Ultra Runner for HOKA ONE ONE, Coach in her running community, and most importantly, she’s a mom of a teenager.

Learn why movement means so much to her.

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TIME TO TAKE ACTION

TIME TO TAKE ACTION

August 14, 2020

Pattie Gonia wears a lot of hats. From photographer to Eagle Scout, environmentalist to “backingbacking queen,” she’s an advocate for the outdoors in as many ways as possible. But perhaps most importantly, she’s a self-described ally-in-progress. We asked Pattie to describe what allyship means to her, the importance of making mistakes, and what  steps we can all take to make the outdoors (and the world) a better place for everyone.

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TIME TO BRING OUT THE BEST IN EACH OTHER WITH REITAKU UNIVERSITY’S RYO MIYATA

TIME TO BRING OUT THE BEST IN EACH OTHER WITH REITAKU UNIVERSITY’S RYO MIYATA

July 02, 2020

While the words Hakone Ekiden may not mean much to the average American (even to the devout runner), it’s tantamount to the Superbowl in Japan. An ekiden (駅伝) is a long-distance running multistage relay race popular in Japan that garners nationwide viewership in the millions. What is it about the ekiden that inspires a nation to run long distances? We sat down with Ryo Miyata, an ekiden runner from Reitaku University, to explain just what makes this event so captivating, the importance of the sash, and what he’s learned along the way

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TIME TO CREATE COMMUNITY WITH JP ALIPIO

TIME TO CREATE COMMUNITY WITH JP ALIPIO

July 01, 2020

Meet JP Alipio. One of the founders of the Cordillera Conservation Trust a Mountain Conservation organization based in the Philippines that works with communities through outdoor and adventure activities for the conservation of the wild spaces. The Cordillera Mountain Ultra (CMU), a 50km trail race that goes around some of the most beautiful mountain ridges, forests, and remote villages in the northern mountain range of the Philippine Island of Luzon, is organized by the Cordillera Conservation Trust.

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TIME TO BE SEEN & HEARD WITH LOGAN RUSSELL

TIME TO BE SEEN & HEARD WITH LOGAN RUSSELL

March 20, 2020

“From a young age I struggled with body image. I was larger than a lot of my friends, and built differently, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but when the media is telling you something different, and telling you who you are, and what your worth means, and how your weight relates to that, that’s hard to get past. Part of finding myself was learning to love my body and love who I am as a person.”

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TIME TO BE AWESOME WITH SAM HOLNESS

TIME TO BE AWESOME WITH SAM HOLNESS

February 10, 2020

“I’m a triathlete that just happens to have autism. And I’m going to be awesome.  

Most people don’t understand autism. If I can show people that someone with autism can be a successful triathlete, then it will motivate people.  

Autism is an advantage. I am very focused, and I’m not easily distracted.

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TIME TO BREAK FREE WITH SAMANTHA CHAN

TIME TO BREAK FREE WITH SAMANTHA CHAN

February 10, 2020

“I started running when I was 12. The coach kept asking me to come back, but my grandmother and my mother kept asking me not to go, because it’s not the girls’ thing – you just stay home and do housework. I thought ‘no, someone appreciates my ability, why don’t you let me go?’ I think that it’s my own decision that I need to keep going and need to run. “

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TIME TO SEE IT OUR WAY WITH RUNGIRL

TIME TO SEE IT OUR WAY WITH RUNGIRL

February 10, 2020

Founded in 2010, RunGirl is a non-profit based in Tokyo City, Japan, consisting of a group of women from different backgrounds who all like to run. Created when its organizers realized there were no female-centric running events in the region, the group has grown to include multiple volunteer- and running-related events.

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TIME TO CHALLENGE THE STATUS QUO WITH JOE GRAY

TIME TO CHALLENGE THE STATUS QUO WITH JOE GRAY

February 10, 2020

“I know I can be an inspiring example by working hard and winning races, but giving back to the community and the sport that has given me so much is just as important. I want other young black and minority runners to have some of the same life-changing opportunities and experiences I have enjoyed.” — HOKA Athlete Joe Gray

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TIME TO RECONNECT: NATIVE WOMEN'S WILDERNESS

TIME TO RECONNECT: NATIVE WOMEN'S WILDERNESS

October 25, 2019

“It's not my people that have to reimagine who should explore the outdoors.  It's everyone else that needs to.  It's the outdoor industry that needs to change and include all people of colour to explore our earth, just like my people always have.” – Native Women's Wilderness Founder Jaylyn Gough.

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TIME TO HEAR ME ROAR: SOPHIE POWER

TIME TO HEAR ME ROAR: SOPHIE POWER

October 25, 2019

To Sophie Power, being a mother doesn’t mean abandoning or altering her goals. “We can still follow [our dreams], and our children are along for the ride.” It’s Time to Fly™.

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TIME TO REPRESENT: BLACK GIRLS TREKKIN'

TIME TO REPRESENT: BLACK GIRLS TREKKIN'

October 25, 2019

“Nature belongs to us all to enjoy, to protect. No tree, no rock, or any star in the sky above cares where you come from or who you are or what colour your skin is or how fast you go. We know nature only wants us to share in its power and imagine where we can all go together.” – Black Girls Trekkin’ Co-Founder Tiffany Tharpe.

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