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My Top 5 - NYRR RUNTalk Recap

I remember that Monday. Sitting at my desk, hoping the calls wouldn’t flood because I really just needed to stream the Boston Marathon. I knew who I was looking for, who I was tracking. 1,044 more words


Good News Friday: The total unknown who came in 2nd in the Boston Marathon. The Pulitzer Prizes show great, local journalism is still awesome and thriving. And a fabulous oldie but goodie: Two little kids and their first kiss.

And a Happy Friday to all of you out there on the Web that is apparently, World Wide. While still waiting for the freaking temperature to get above 60 in late April here in New York City (hey Ma Nature, my winter coat is crying “uncle,” and my windbreaker is all like “what, I don’t matter anymore?”), a plethora of good news to choose from this week. 666 more words

Marathon Monday Becomes A Test Of Resolve

First there was the cold. As buses carrying runners rolled from downtown Boston out to Hopkinton early Monday morning, the thermometer struggled to climb above freezing. 962 more words


London Marathon 2018 - the final countdown.

Digested read: Hottest marathon on record?  Kill me now, I’ve moved beyond maranoia now into complete panic.  Trouble is, only one cure, getting to the end of the route on Sunday.  3,537 more words


Somebody Please Tell 'Em Who the Eff I Is! Sarah Sellers!

Who she is, is Hi-Top Ahtletics First Ever (I think) Hi-Topper Woman, and second place finisher in yesterday’s Boston Marathon, Sarah Sellers .

We are all about winning here, obviously, so of course we salute Des Linden, who was a somewhat unexpected winner, but she has run several major marathons, and has come in second in both Boston and Chicago. 324 more words

Talking Sports In A Bar On A Stool At A Hi-top Table

A Little Rain, And Ice, And Wind, And Freezing Temperatures Never Hurt Anyone....

“Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”

Yes, that is the United States Postal Service’s ‘unofficial’ creed. 447 more words