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  • Post by Jon Olsen

    On May 20, 2013

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  • 24 Hour IAU World Championships Recap by Jon Olsen

    The 2013 IAU 24-Hour World Championships recently took place in Steenbergen, Netherlands. The American team delivered a solid performance and Team Injinji’s own Jon Olsen won the individual men's gold. The American men’s and women’s also took home team gold. Below is Jon Olsen’s account of his experience before and after the race:

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  • Post by Brandy Erholtz

    On May 9, 2013

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  • Two Pink Lines...By Brandy Erholtz

    Two Pink Lines….. Can change everything…. when referring to a positive pregnancy test! I’ve always had an irregular menstrual cycle and for a majority of my running career thus far, it has been a blessing as sometimes I would go nine months without a period. When I took the test back in February, my emotions went from shock to denial to disbelief to acceptance to joy and finally elation!

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  • Post by Injinji

    On May 8, 2013

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  • Spring Training Tips

    Spring came a little late this year in many parts of the country, but now that the ice and snow has finally melted it’s time to get that Spring Training into motion! With a plethora of races to choose from in Spring and early Summer, it's a great time to set some new goals and push yourself beyond your comfort zone. Here are some tips to keep in mind to stay motivated and crush last year's personal best.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On May 2, 2013

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  • Team Injinji's Marshall Ulrich named to Colorado Hall of Fame

    Last month, Team Injinji athlete Marshall Ulrich was inducted into the Colorado Running Hall of Fame. Marshall is a widely recognized and highly respected athlete in the ultrarunning community. He is the only person in the world to have completed the “triple crown” of extreme sports, achieving records and firsts not only in running, but also in mountaineering and adventure racing. He has completed more than 125 ultramarathons, averaging over 125 miles each. Ulrich has climbed the Seven Summits (including Mt. Everest) on first attempts, and completed 12 expedition-length adventure races.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On April 5, 2013

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  • From the Injinji Kitchen: Juiced Up

    The Injinji kitchen has become a hub of staff bonding, meal prep, and sharing of epic recipes. The most recent trend in Injinji culinary delights? Juicing, of course! Juicing is a great way to get your daily allotment of fruits and veggies in. The nutrients are absorbed easily into the body, and one cup of juice to start the day will have you buzzing (naturally) all morning long. Drinking raw veggies helps your digestive system function more efficiently overall. In fact, juicing has been linked to lowering blood pressure and alleviating both skin diseases and immune disorders.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On March 26, 2013

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  • Star Spotlight: Christina Kim

    The talented, charismatic, and downright hilarious Christina Kim rolled through San Diego on the LPGA Tour last week and paid us a visit to Injinji HQ. A California native, Christina has golfed professionally since the age of 18. She has made a name for herself with multiple wins around the world tours and has proudly represented the USA three times in the biannual prestigious Solheim cup. What’s more-- she is a die-hard Inijnji fan and sings our praises around the globe.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On March 20, 2013

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  • Team Injinji Weekly Wins

    Winter is officially over and we’re ringing in Spring with a bang, basking in another win-filled weekend for Team Injinji. Below are some of the highlights from our unstoppable ambassadors, achieving peak performance in a wide array of footwear. These victories spanned across continents and time zones but were all powered by a common unsung hero: Injinji, the Original Performance Toesock.

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  • Post by Dominic Grossman

    On March 1, 2013

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  • Mt. Mitchell Recap by Dominic Grossman

    Last Christmas I was on vacation at my parent’s house in Arden, NC and I got my first taste of Mt. Mitchell on a 3600ft, 5.5 mile climb out of Black Mountain Campground. The trails were steep and technical and the top featured a picturesque Spruce-Fir forest covered in 6” of powder. I shared a few pictures from the run on Facebook, and a generous Brevard native, Scott Wolfe offered me his spot in the Mount Mitchell Challenge (40 miles). I was psyched to have an excuse to come back in February and compete in a race known for snow and harsh conditions.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On February 26, 2013

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  • Team Injinji Takes on Mt. Mitchell Challenge

    The Mt Mitchell Challenge in North Carolina is a 40 mile route with serious elevation gain (climbing nearly 5,000 feet!) on the tallest mountain on the eastern seaboard. Dave Mackey (Hoka) and Dominic Grossman (New Balance) had a strong showing with Dave pulling in 1st finish at 4:38:13 and Dominic 3rd for Mens in 5:02:37. The course had to be altered due to ice conditions so while Dave was dominating the record we may have to witness him racing it again to beat the full course record in ’14.

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  • Post by Injinji

    On February 21, 2013

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  • An Introduction to CrossFit

    It’s lunchtime at Injinji HQ, but you won’t catch us slumped over at our desks with fast food in hand. In fact, most Injinji employees take our lunch hour as a great opportunity to break a sweat and get moving. We’re fortunate enough to have an “InjinGym” right here in our offices, where we test product on treadmills and host Yoga and Pilates classes for staff every other week. We also have a Crossfit gym right down the street which draws Injinji employees in with squat jumps, Olympic lifts, and more.

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