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Kings of the Road Recalls Golden Age of Running in America

Kings of the Road is the story of running in its golden age in America, its rise in popularity and growth told through the lens of one race—the Falmouth Road Race. 262 more words

Endurance Wins

Wakeful one night at 3 AM, I got up and clicked on HBO. Sometimes the concerns that keep me restless provide remedy as well. This was one of those times. 1,110 more words

Running

THE INNER SANCTUM OF PURPOSEFUL EFFORT

War is hell is a cliche as old as conflict itself. Yet counter intuitive as it may seem veterans of war in some ways yearn for the battleground setting. 756 more words

Opinion

40 years ago today, The 1976 Olympic Marathon Trials in Eugene.

On this day, 40 years ago, was the 1976 Olympic Marathon Trials. As once noted at one of the greatest marathons ever, the field was deep from Frank Shorter, Bill Rogers, Amby Burfoot, Tony Sondoval, Tom Flemming and Don Kordong. 195 more words

Olympic Marathon Trials

POP GOES THE BOOM!

The running boom is over, and you can blame the millennials.  So says an article in the Wall Street Journal quoting statistics from, among others, … 609 more words

Opinion

To put it another way, Michael Jordan was a gym rat. – Frank Shorter http://ift.tt/1TLCgwK

Frank Shorter

That sweet spot in time

In 1980, I purchased a book titled The Sweet Spot In Time by John Jerome. This is the review it gets on Amazon.com these days. 520 more words