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Texas Race Photos

I think I’m finally starting to lose my double chin.  I know this because race photographers continue to think upward angle shots are a good idea.  467 more words



It’s been a few weeks since the Austin marathon, but I’m still thinking about it.  Because that was a big fucking deal.  And Eric, in particular, has been interested in doing things that are a BFD in 2015.  570 more words

Dripping Springs

It’s not raining.  It’s not even cold.  It’s as if God plans on attending SWSX, so suddenly the weather improves.  I meet up with Kenneth Hausman in the… 727 more words


Is It All About The Bling?

The race ended 15 days ago. You may have heard it didn’t really go as I had hoped. For whatever reason, I fell behind. Much out of the time limit that I was allowed. 480 more words

Lessons from Leslie Knope

This week, we said good-bye to our friends at Parks and Recreation as the series finale aired. Parks and Recreation is a comedy television series centered in the parks department in Pawnee, Indiana. 497 more words

Leadership Development

Hill Country Winter Runs

Today’s weather was rain, light wind, and 40°.  I know what you’re thinking, absolutely ideal running conditions.  I ran 13 evenly paced miles today on the Brushy Creek Regional Trail and it was perfect.  171 more words


Don't Be Derailed

During Sunday’s Austin Marathon, a participant dramatically crawled to the finish line to complete her race.

Hyvon Ngetich, a 29 year-old runner from Kenya, led the women’s elite race for the majority of the 26.2 mile race. 347 more words

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