When the Wind Changes

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If you missed last weeks blog, “When the Wind is Against You”, I highly encourage you to read it by clicking here. Last week I talked about who we should cry out to when the wind is against us. In a brief

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The Cutthroat Classic

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from The Journey of a Thousand Miles The Cutthroat Classic is called a classic for a reason. The race is point-to-point 11 miles that goes 5 miles up and over Cutthroat Pass via the Pacific Crest Trail and then 6

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Flooding and Tragedy: A Lesson in Hope., by Steve Magness

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as originally posted on Science of Running Thank you Steve Magness for permission to post this excellent blog. Steve shares intimate observations and reflections about both the Houston floods and the shocking loss of David Torrence. This is normally a

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Live Like David Torrence Did

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When news broke that David Torrence passed away, I couldn’t believe it. He JUST reached out to me on my birthday a few days ago. I was looking forward to returning to Phoenix next week and listening to his crazy

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Remembering David Torrence

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Yesterday, the athletic community was met with the devastating news of David Torrence’s untimely passing. He was a fearless champion of athlete rights and an equally fearless runner. He “brought it” every time at distances from 800m to 5000m and was

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Leadville 100 Mile

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from Devon’s Blog “I have one goal” I told my husband before this past Saturday’s Leadville 100. “I want to be the happiest person out there.” And while I will never be able to statistically analyze that goal compared to

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When the Wind is Against You

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Have you ever felt like no matter which direction you turn, the wind is against you? Have you recently gone through a season in your life when you felt the weight of the world, the burden of circumstances, and the

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From Amateur to Professional

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from The Nehemiah Rules Renaldo Nehemiah would make anyone’s short list of the best athletes on the planet during our life time. Renaldo was the top hurdler in the world for a decade, played in the NFL for the 49’ers, and

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Letting God “Run” With It

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What is your greatest desire? What dream do you have that you want more than anything else? Now what would happen if that dream were taken away and you could never have it. Who would you be? What would you

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Moving to LA

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My first week in Los Angeles… Hey guys I know I slacked off with the blog this summer but getting your MBA is no joke..I promise to do better! Moving in your twenties is always an adventure. Many people only

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