28 Feb '15, 6pm

The characters of #BornToRun: Where are they now? #trailrunning #longreads

Five years in the lives of Born to Run ’s colorful cast of characters A group of Tarahumara run in Mexico's Copper Canyon. Photo by Ryan Heffernan/Aurora Photos This article originally appeared in April 2014 in our inaugural special issue, DIRT: The Trail-Running Life . Want more stories like this? Subscribe now and get DIRT 2015 , a $10 value, free with your subscription. “Mooonkey!” The wild call was followed by a distinctly human imitation of a gorilla—“Ooh ooh ahh ahh ooh!”—and the sight of a grown man, shaved head, sandal-clad, eyes bulging with excitement, rounding the corner of the bustling tradeshow floor at relatively high speed. He was riding what appeared to be a cross between an electric unicycle and a miniature Segway, sans handlebars. “Watch out!” he yelled, careening through the crowd. “Here comes the monkey! Ooh ooh ahh ahh ooh!” After easing to a stop in f...

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