On the comeback, slow but steady!

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via FlipGive Dear Friends, Family & Fans, It has been just over a year from my hip surgery and I am happy to announce I am finally back to running 6 days a week! Originally, I was hoping to return

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My Local Hero

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from The Official Blog of Kyle Merber As a young runner starting out in the sport, I found inspiration in the best. The likes of Alan Webb, Craig Mottram, Nick Willis, and of course, Steve Prefontaine. But I didn’t know

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American Medals; Sport-wide Doping

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechaser I didn’t watch much of the Olympics.  A big part of my inattention was I was sulking as a result of my poor Olympic Trials performance.  At the same time, I am having a

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Sometimes we have to break before we can shine; it’s ok to be a glowstick ✨

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My name is Kayla Caldwell. Most people know me because I am a pole vaulter. I have been a pole vaulter for 11 years. I have 12 or 13 All Ohioan titles to my name, 7 All-American trophies, I have

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Athletes Don’t Need to Dope to Break Records

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as originally posted on Quora Doping does not necessarily always give you something you don’t already have; it allows you to get to what you already have faster and more effectively. For example, the potential is already there lying dormant,

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