Next Steps

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from In the Arena with Bridget The dust is finally settling in Eugene after the whirlwind of the Olympic Trials whipped through town.  Each time I live through an Olympic Trials, I realize how unique an event it really is….an

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Progress comes in many forms

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from In the Arena with Bridget “If there was a ’magic bullet’ in running training, it would be CONSISTENCY.” I heard this statement from my college coach early on in my career. With more and more experience, I was more

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Off-Season

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from In the Arena with Bridget   I love hearing about how athletes spend their running off-season. We are so focused on the sport when we are in season, sometimes its tough to really get to know each other. We

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Ode to L.L. Bean

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from In the Arena with Bridget   Growing up in Ohio, I had a good life, We didn’t have extra things but had little strife. We had simple toys and hand-me-down clothes, But trips and experiences were what my parents

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Going international with the Kids Clinic

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from In the Arena   While I was in Birmingham this spring for my first European meet of the year, I noticed that they hosted a few events for youth in conjunction with the elite sections. With my involvement in

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Life Cycle Analysis of a Sustainable Runner

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from In the Arena with Bridget   As a runner why do I care so much about Sustainability?   Growing up, my summers were spent almost entirely outside and barefoot in the backyard of my rural Ohio home. In the

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Round 1 Race Recaps

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from Steepling Barriers, Chasing Dreams   The season is officially underway!! So far I have raced 4 times (check out my “2015” page for more time, place, and location details) and have been pretty pleased overall with the results and

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Making a Mark

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from In the Arena with Bridget   Thank you for reading about my new adventures into the community over the past few weeks! I hope that you have enjoyed my stories and getting to know me a little bit better.

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