Fall Race Guide

FALL RACE GUIDE Fall Marathons are back! For some runners, this will be the first marathon they’re running in at least 2 years. For others, this will be their very first marathon. Either way, we could all use a little refresher on what we need for the weeks leading up to the race vs. what we need for the big day. Shop All Our Athletes Picks

FALL RACE GUIDE

FALL RACE GUIDE

Fall Marathons are back! For some runners, this will be the first marathon they’re running in at least 2 years. For others, this will be their very first marathon. Either way, we could all use a little refresher on what we need for the weeks leading up to the race vs. what we need for the big day.

MEET THE ATHLETES

MEET THE ATHLETES

We reached out to 3 runners of different levels of experience and asked them what products they’re using for training, what they plan on using for race day, and what they think about their upcoming race.

SARAH BURGIN

SARAH BURGIN

Sarah is a 23 year old student, attending Denver University's Sturm College of Law. When she's not buried deep in legal academia, she's enjoying all the fantastic outdoor activities Colorado has to offer...running through Washington Park, competing in trail races, skiing down the world-class slopes in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, and attending Rockies games in Denver. 

ANDREW LYLE

ANDREW LYLE

Andrew is a 27 year old endurance athlete, living in New York City. Andrew works for our very own JackRabbit HQ, collaborating with his team on creating quality content for the Jackrabbit community about the latest and greatest endurance products from the top quality brands.

PHILIP HUSTEDDE

PHILIP HUSTEDDE

Philip is a 37 year old endurance athlete & semi-retired nurse. Philip lives with his husband in Michigan on Mackinac Island, a small island located in Lake Huron. Philip and his husband own and operate a hotel on the island, where tourists come to enjoy over 70 miles of beautiful hiking trails. Mackinac is still a hidden gem, yet to be discovered by most, and has much to offer. The craziest part: there are NO cars allowed on the island. To get anywhere, you either walk or bike where you need to go, or take a ride on a horse-drawn carriage.