Five amazing people were inducted into the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame Saturday night, February 13th. Their acceptance speeches give you a glimpse into what they went through to become Hall of Famers. Endurance Planet was honored to be on hand for the ceremony and have the opportunity to share each of those Read More

The 1928 Bunion Derby was an epic footrace from Los Angeles to New York City. The Hells of the Bunion Derby---is a short memoir by John Stone, Jr. of his 84-day odyssey as a participant in the race. On today's Endurance Planet---a Marathon & Beyond Monday edition---we hear Stone's story. Read More


There is, perhaps, no one more qualified to speak on the subject of endurance than 58-year-old Marshall Ulrich of Idaho Springs, Colorado. Outside Magazine once dubbed him the "Endurance King"--and for good reason. In 2008 he ran 3,063 miles across America in just 52-and-a-half days. That's equal to 117 marathons. He has won the Read More