The Art of Cait Chock

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Cait Chock makes fantastic art. Once a professional runner, she captures athletes in just the way a former elite can. Cait shares a little about herself, her art, and how she follows her dreams.   I’m a runner, carb-a-holic, and

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ICYMI: Weekend Edition

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Your daily dose of yesterday’s best action from the finest, fittest athletes on the planet   Kendra Chambers gives back Had a blast @GMZGreaterU Community Fest Thanks @breeze_ways for the invite! Giving back to the young student athletes pic.twitter.com/bCnDFeR2vy —

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Europe Trip Part IV: Finland

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechasin’ Woman   I was hoping to keep an up-to-date account of my European trip, but I broke my laptop about a week into the trip.  I managed to post my second and third posts

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Motivation Monday

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Need some extra motivation to make it happen today? Find it with the finest, fittest athletes on the planet.   Megan Goethals I aspire to inspire people…help you have courage to keep going if it gets hard, stand up if

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Forks in the Road by Ben Rosario

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The backbone to our sport is talented, passionate people. Ben Rosario is all that. He shares his personal journey with AthleteBiz. Ben is the coach of the Hoka One One Northern Arizona Elite, a doting husband, and a caring father. Before turning

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ICYMI: 365 to Rio

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With just 365 days left to Rio, the finest, fittest athletes on the planet have their eye on the prize. Check out what they have to say about the journey, and the final countdown. Queen Harrison 365 Days til the

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Things We Love

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There are many great organizations that help make the dream possible for the finest, fittest athletes on the planet. Below are a few that caught our eye this week.   Jeff Porter On behalf of @usatf_AAC & all the athletes

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Crazy Running: A 15 Year Journey to 4 Minutes

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Ahead of this year’s Sir Walter Miler event in Raleigh, NC, we take a look back at one of the biggest stories to come from last year’s event: Donnie Cowart races to his first ever sub-4 minute mile. The Early

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Summer Update

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from Tyler Pennel Running   It has been a while since I last wrote an update, nearly a month, but who is counting? Having so long between posts was not part of my original plan. I planned on taking those

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Lessons from Kilimanjaro

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from Running Joyfully   Earlier this summer, my husband and I successfully summited Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest point on Africa’s continent, at 19,341 feet. This was something we’d both wanted to do for a long time – for the adventure,

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