Page 63 of 73 <<Previous 10 | 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 | Next 10>>Just Like You and Me
Great thing about our sport: you can go right up to the champ and converse on equal footing. Great distance runners I have met are just like you and methe differentiating factor being speed. Here are some examples.
Hooked on Running
Did you run today? That seems like a fairly innocuous question. How about this one: did you have to run today?
Planning a (Two) Grand Celebration
This week, the Olympic Games return to the USA, in Atlanta Georgia, as you undoubtedly know . In this new age of multimedia, coverage of the Olympiad will blanket the world of sports and beyond for 17 days From Friday into early August. We marathoners had our 100th anniversary celebration in Boston last month. Now the Olympic Games will turn 100, celebrating the anniversary of the first modern Games in Athens, 1896. It's still early, but here are few questions that are begging answers as we look down the road to hot 'lanta - and I mean hot.
Lights Out October
One of the most appealing aspects of running is being outside on a sunny day, breathing in fresh air, seeing the sights, enjoying all of nature's beauty. As wonderful as that running ideal seems, alas, it is not always the case. In fact, for many runners it is more the exception than the rule.
A New Year, New Dreams, New Goals
Another year gone by. They sure go by fast! I made that statement last year at this time, and nothing that has occurred during the past 365 days has done anything to change that outlook. As it is the last year of the millenium, the fleeting aspect of time will be in particularly sharp focus during the next 365 days.
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