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Run for health, Run for children, Run for Nine Million, Run for The Human Race by TorontoGirlWest Posted Sun 31 Aug 2008 12:00am What have I been up to? Another self-imposed bar exam/course absence. But that's done now and I am very pleased about that. What am I up to today? The Nike+ Human Race 10k . I am running not only for health reasons but more importantly for nine million children in UNHCR refugee camps around the world. For every step taken today Nike will dona ... Read on »
The track, the road and running the human race by Amanda Lindsey Patient Expert Posted Tue 13 Oct 2009 10:04pm "It's because we have feelings and thought to battle one another that we are so complex. You wouldn't like being a sheep, but then again, if you were a sheep, you wouldn't know any different. And sheep can't do Ironman" - a good friend It's been a challenging past 24 hours, emotionally. Physically, I've had a couple great workouts. Actually, I ... Read on »
Double Race Recap: 5k Run and Sprint Triathlon by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Wed 16 Feb 2011 9:18pm Thanks for stopping by Strength Running! Don't forget to for automatic updates about dominating your running. I have competed twice in the last week in a 5k race in Maryland and a sprint triathlon on the Jersey Shore.  Neither of them were very spectacular in terms of performance l ... Read on »
Snowy Runs, Race Rejections & Shopping Sprints by Will Run For Glitter Posted Mon 16 Dec 2013 8:29am So, first thing’s first, I did not get accepted into the NYC Half Marathon in March. Part of me is sad; the NYC Half would have been my first race in more than a year-and-a-half, and it’s scheduled just a couple of weeks before my wedding. It would have been a great reason to get my ass in gear, and the training would have been a a solid ou ... Read on »
An Extra Dose of Cool: Auburn Trail Run Race Report by Donald Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 Jun 2011 12:00am "My body tells me no - But I won't quit, 'cause I want more ... I want more!" - Young the Giant, "My Body" (video after post) Under normal circumstances, if you’re looking for some solid heat training in preparation for a summer 100-miler, finding a race in Auburn, CA at the beginning of June seems like an absolute slam dunk. A ... Read on »
Not a race race, but a run within a race by GB Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Oct 2009 10:04pm Ran the Humboldt Half Marathon this weekend, but coming off of nearly 3 weeks of sickness with hardly any running let alone training... I was 10:00 slower than my PR. The course really does feel down hill both ways because of the towering, dense growth of redwood trees on both sides of the road. Did not have a Garmin, nor a watch. Decided to t ... Read on »
Not a race race, but a run within a race by GB Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm Ran the Humboldt Half Marathon this weekend, but coming off of nearly 3 weeks of sickness with hardly any running let alone training... I was 10:00 slower than my PR. The course really does feel down hill both ways because of the towering, dense growth of redwood trees on both sides of the road. Did not have a Garmin, nor a watch. Decided to ... Read on »
What “Running Means”Race Report from the Philly Half MarathonPart II – Race Day by The Laminator Posted Sat 28 Nov 2009 8:29pm It was a cool crisp 40 degrees when BS and I escaped the comfy confines of our hotel room and began the walk over to the race start. Although it was still completely dark at 6AM and I was still shivering a little when we began our walk, I could already tell we were going to have perfect running weather for this race. I had slept well, ate ... Read on »
Stone Cat Marathon Race Report - My Race From The Rear, Or How Running A Personal Worst Can Be So Rewarding. by Dan Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Nov 2010 12:00am For those that know me, this hasn't been a great year for me running-wise.  I've been dealing with a very stubborn IT band that has kept me from training much during the past six months.  When I registered for Stone Cat a few months ago I thought I would be over this injury come November.  Well, race day arrived and my ITB was still misbeha ... Read on »
How to Run a Race When You Just Don’t Have it (St. Patrick’s Day 8k Race Report) by Jason Fitzgerald Posted Tue 27 Mar 2012 12:00pm by Jason Have you ever started a race and immediately realized, “This is going to suck?” It happens to every runner sooner or later: a shitty race, an uninspired performance, a mediocre showing, a poor indicator of your ability. This is exactly what happened to me on March 11, 2012 wh ... Read on »