Houston Half 2020

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JAN 22 Blogpost #4 Houston Half and Goal-Setting I talked with Coach Lundstrom at lunch on Saturday before the race and stated that my goal was the 64-65min range. I think that goal had escalated slightly from my initial goal

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BizBuzz: Team USA Dominates, Kyle & Alexi’s First Episode, and Tyler’s WR Attempt

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The  icon means you can find this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes  Huge congratulations are in order for Sandi Morris, Christina Manning, Drew Windle, and all US medalists and competitors for an outstanding World Championships in Birmingham, England. The United

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BizBuzz: Houston Rocked, the Spence Streak Continues, and Sandi’s New Favorite Socks

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Make sure to check back in regularly to catch up to all the latest News and Buzz from the athletes on AthleteBiz and beyond. The  icon means you can find this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes  The Chevron Houston Marathon

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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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Track Shorts 2017: Lap 1

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Thus far 2017 has offered us a little bit of everything – trails, roads, cross country and indoor track. And basically, if you put it on the schedule, ABers will be there. Four Peat? Recall that Garrett Heath won the

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 7

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You might think the weeks between the Olympic Trials and the Olympic Games would be a quiet time but you would be wrong. First, for the athletes going to Rio there are last minute preparations that typically include some competition.

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Olympic Trials is THIS WEEKEND!

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from Marathons and Mechanisms Five days. FIVE! Man, less than a week until the Olympic Trials. Two years ago this weekend I qualified for this race at the Surf City Marathon in Huntington Beach, California. I had just turned 21 years old

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Track Shorts 2016: Opening Lap

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Yes, this is a year with our favorite quadrennial event – leap year…the European soccer championships…the presidential election…the Summer Olympics.  Most of our sport’s events take place within the context of that larger competition and its riveting preliminary, the Olympic

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Houston, My New Home Away From Home

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from Marathons and Mechanisms I arrive in Houston, Texas on Monday, January 4th and I will be here until February 10th, when I fly to LA to prepare for the Trials Marathon happening on Saturday the 13th. So, 5 weeks

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