BizBuzz: Chanelle’s Smiling through the Struggle, Pease Gets Crowned, and Dana Races Rose

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The  icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes  Chanelle Price is opening up in a series of seven blogs about the challenges she has been facing for over a year. “Everyone is going through something.

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Patience

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by Amanda Eccleston from Believe I wish I could go back in time and tell my high school and college self that it will all be okay. Those times when it seemed like the end of the world that I

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Writing Your Own Definition

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by Kelsey Bruce from Kelseymaebfast Rachel Weber, I read your blog post this morning when I woke up; so you gave me plenty to think about on my run today. I’ve been wanting to pick back up my blog recently and

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“Patience, Young Grasshopper.”

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From: Running With RunRach “Patience, young grasshopper!” is a phrase that I have become rather accustomed to hearing over my 22 years of life. I’m not a very patient person. At all. I am the person that honks at the car in

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“Walk in the light of the vision”

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“Walk in the Light of the Vision that God has given to you.” My Utmost for His Highest, Devotional: March 11. Acts 26:19. “If we lose sight of the “heavenly vision” God has given us, we alone are responsible- not

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Listening to God’s Voice

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from Sara on Instagram The US Marathon Champs capped off my most fun year as a pro runner thus far. There were times in the race I was enjoying the moment so much I couldn’t help but smile and thank

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My Reason Why

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Until recently, I have never had to explain to someone why I run. What is it that motivates me to put my body through such strenuous work day after day, year after year? What drives me that I am willing

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Imperfections Refine. They Do Not Define.

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I used to define success as the ability to have a perfect workout or race– in my mind that that meant hitting under pace or running a PR. I used to think that being dropped by training partners meant for

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Leaving Footprints

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Have you ever wondered where you have all been in your lifetime? I find myself dreaming about being able to somehow see every place my feet have ever touched all at once. I think it would be awesome to know

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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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