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Taking Your Health For Granted. by Emily Malone Posted Sat 27 Mar 2010 12:23pm It felt really strange to wake up this morning knowing that I wasn't going to be able to run.  These last few weeks of being sidelined by sickness have definitely taught me one thing - do not take your health for granted.  How many times I have I blown off a run because I just didn't feel like doing it?  Or complained that I was too tire ... Read on »
Admitting to Failure. by Emily Malone Posted Sun 18 Oct 2009 12:00am This morning is very bittersweet.  Right now I should be running the Nike Women’s Marathon in San Francisco , but I’m not.  I have tried to blog about it several times, and never knew quite what to say. There are actually a number of reasons why this marathon didn’t happen.  The first one?  Finding time for training.  When I signed up to ... Read on »
Walt Disney World Goofy Challenge – Part Four (FINAL Post) by Stacy C. Posted Mon 18 Feb 2013 8:28pm     Blood, sweat and tears had led to this day. Months of training. Thousands of dollars spent. Injuries, pain, elation and joy; this was the moment I had been waiting for: The 2013 Walt Disney World Goofy Challenge and a Half Marthon. 39.3 miles in two days. As the alarm sounded at 2:45 a.m. the first thought that went t ... Read on »
An unforgettable experience... by Marathon Mommies !. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 5:40pm I've been a member for a while but haven't really posted anything before. I ran the Charlotte Thunder Road marathon in Charlotte, NC last week and wanted to post about my marathon experience.... AHHHHH...the marathon! I've been mulling over in my head what I was going to say about the whole marathon experience on Saturday. These words come to ... Read on »
Extra, Extra, Run All About It: The Week In Running: 11/29-12/06 by Peter Washkowitz Posted Sat 05 Dec 2009 12:00am Dear readers, let's take a look back at the week in running: * As reported on PE.com (Southern California) on November 29, despite the horribly unfortunate spate of deaths in recent marathons, research indicates that, historically, very few people run (no pun intended) the risk of death while preparing for, and running of, a marathon or any o ... Read on »
Extra, Extra, Run All About It: The Week In Running: 11/29-12/06 by Peter Washkowitz Posted Sat 05 Dec 2009 3:13pm Dear readers, let's take a look back at the week in running: * As reported on PE.com (Southern California) on November 29, despite the horribly unfortunate spate of deaths in recent marathons, research indicates that, historically, very few people run (no pun intended) the risk of death while preparing for, and running of, a marathon or any othe ... Read on »
Extra, Extra, Run All About It: The Week in Running, November 29 - December 6 by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 Dec 2009 12:44pm By Peter Washkowitz Dear readers, let's take a look back at the week in running: * As reported on PE.com (Southern California) on November 29, despite the horribly unfortunate spate of deaths in recent marathons, research indicates that, historically, very few people run (no pun intended) the risk of death while preparing fo ... Read on »
RunnerDude's Runner of the Week: Steve Speirs by RunnerDude Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 08 Mar 2010 4:08am I've been a Twitter and Dailymile friend of this week's featured runner for quite a while. He's been a friend of the blog as well. If the name sounds familiar you may know him as the 100 Push-up Man. Read on to find out more. RD: So, Steve, before I knew you as Steve, I knew you as BritishBulldog from Twitter. Where does that name come from? ... Read on »
Start Your Engines: Thunder Road Half Marathon by TheHaySay Posted Wed 01 Dec 2010 12:00am Thunder Road Half Marathon About 6 weeks before running the Marine Corps Marathon at the end of October, one of my great friends from school, JFG, called me up to see if I would join him in his first half marathon in Charlotte.  He has come up to DC to see me a few times over the past few years, so I thought this would a be a grea ... Read on »
Race Report: The Madison Marathon, America's Highest Road Marathon by Amy and April Y. Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Aug 2009 6:45pm So, I guess I have some 'splaining to do, huh? The Backstory : Wayyyy back... even before theSt. Louis Marathontook place,Vandy-Montanaand I had planned on running the Grizzly Marathon in Choteau, MT on August 1. It was the perfect situation. I could knock out Montana and Vandy-Montana could run a marathon in his home state. But, sometime back ... Read on »