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Pilgrimage half-marathon race recap (5 months pregnant)
by Meggan's Running Blog
posted April 14, 2014 at 10:28pm

Columbus Pilgrimage Half: 1:36:57, 4th female overall (1st AG)(Officially 1:37 something, had to stop to pee) 7:24 paceRunning a race while pregnant was a bucket list item I never had the chance to cross off with Maddy. I was sick, lightheaded and short o...more

No Time Like the Present via @jenny_scherer22
by Jenny on the Run
posted February 21, 2014 at 9:10am

I haven’t written in a while, and I blame that mainly on this ridiculous winter we’re in the midst of. I’d like to say nearing the end of, but when I said that last year, winter went till May. I have never experienced anything quite like...more

In Reply to, “Ok, You’re a Runner. Get Over It” via @laurenfleshman
by Ask Lauren Fleshman
posted November 16, 2013 at 8:15am

Something tells me Stafko would not approve that I wore this outfit in public. So this guy Chad Stafko at the Wall Street Journal wrote an article a few days ago about runner’s putting 26.2 stickers on their cars and preening around shoving ...more

Indianapolis Monumental Marathon Recap
by Meggan's Running Blog
posted November 14, 2013 at 9:17am

Indianapolis Monumental Marathon: 2:49:28 for 26.27 miles (6:27 avg) 9th female(just 22 seconds off my PR!)Though I didn't run a personal best, I have nothing but positive thoughts after this race. Sure I have had some major success this year off the road...more

Kenyan Distance Domination
by TJ's Turf
posted November 8, 2013 at 9:41pm

Leading up to last weekend's New York City Marathon there was great coverage of the elite athletes, as always. But this year's attention focused heavily on Kenyans, with good reason, as you will read.This NPR piece – "How One Kenyan Tribe ...more

New York City Marathon: One Year After Hurricane Sandy
by Pretty Tough
posted November 2, 2013 at 11:13am

Photo via Flickr by Martineric The  ING New York City Marathon is set to return on Sunday, Nov. 3, after being sidelined last year by Superstorm Sandy. Nearly 50,000 runners plan to race 26.2 miles across five towering bridges throu...more

Running in the News...
by TJ's Turf
posted November 2, 2013 at 10:29am

Five for FridayHere are five articles I found especially noteworthy from this week's running-related media coverage. Please let me know what you think!This very interesting article in The New York Times describes a group of runners training for this weeke...more

6-Year-Old Girl Sets Half-Marathon World Record
by Pretty Tough
posted October 23, 2013 at 8:58am

How does a six-year-old girl go about running a marathon? One mile at a time. Six-year-old Keelan Glass ran the Showdown Half Marathon last week in 2:47:30. Not only did she become the youngest to ever run a half marathon  she now holds a ...more

Twin Cities Marathon: Race Report
by Fast at Forty
posted October 7, 2013 at 11:05pm

This is me at IM Arizona after getting a flat while winning the race.Sport is difficult; it requires time, patience, a strong mind, and a sense of humor. The greatest challenge in sport comes from the fickleness that accompanies it, the fact that in a mer...more

Never Ever Give Up a blog post inspired by @diananyad
by EmilyAzevedo
posted September 10, 2013 at 3:40pm

I don’t know Diana Nyad nor had I followed her extreme dream before this her fifth and final attempt of swimming the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.  I found myself glued to the television cheering the 64 year old on and tearing up as she limp...more

Never Ever Give Up a blog post inspired by @diananyad
by EmilyAzevedo
posted September 10, 2013 at 3:40pm

I don’t know Diana Nyad nor had I followed her extreme dream before this her fifth and final attempt of swimming the 110 miles from Cuba to Florida.  I found myself glued to the television cheering the 64 year old on and tearing up as she limp...more

Do Professional Runners Matter?
by Fast at Forty
posted September 2, 2013 at 8:04pm

Last week the Competitor Group announced their plan to drop their elite athlete program at all of their races, including the wildly popular Rock n’ Roll run series. They felt that the cost of continuing this program outweighed the benefit of bringin...more

A Deep Breath and “Onward” via @RunningRebecca
by Running Rebecca
posted August 27, 2013 at 8:53am

A few days after my last post I started feeling some really sharp pain in my rib cage on the right side. I had been back running since my kidney stone removal surgery for a few days and just figured it was my kidney healing. ...more

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