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This part of the #runstreak story began at the moment I crossed the 10K timing mat at the Boilermaker. It’s usually a great moment. Two-thirds of the race is over, the really hard parts of the course are done, and all … Continue reading
Two runners. The same, first marathon. Two injuries. And two totally different outcomes.
I could not have picked a worse summer to train for a marathon than the summer of 2012 in central New York. It was the warmest summer on record, with 26 days of temperatures over 90F/32C and the second highest … Continue reading
Week 2 of the Hanson’s training has now been logged. It’s been mostly easy 5Ks and 4 milers to date, but I am under no illusion that this program is going to be a walk in the park. I am … Continue reading
New Year’s Day. It’s a time for reflecting on the past and making plans for the future. For me, it marks the end of a running year that saw me complete my first ever marathon and, after a quick 5K … Continue reading
I am looking out of the window at our first significant snowfall of the season–over 6 inches so far, with more on the way–and realizing that the run I had planned this weekend won’t happen. I am just 13 miles … Continue reading