Running Joyfully: Meet Kaitlin Goodman

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Name: Kaitlin GoodmanEvent: MarathonHometown: Davis, CAHigh School: Davis Senior High SchoolCollege/University: University of California, DavisTraining City: Providence, RIAccolades: Competed in all three major distance events at the 2016 Olympic Trials: 5k, 10k, and Marathon How were you introduced to track/distance running, and what eventually led you to

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Meteor Man: Meet Jared Ward

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Name: Jared WardEvent: MarathonHometown: Kaysville, UTHigh School: Davis High SchoolCollege/University: Brigham Young UniversityTraining City: Provo, UTAccolades: USA Marathon Champion (2015), Olympian (2016), #1 USA Ranked Marathoner (2019) How were you introduced to track/distance running, and what eventually led you to your event? In 2013, Coach Eyestone had

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Running On Clouds: Meet Tyler Pennel

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Tyler Pennel running the 2019 NYC Marathon

Name: Tyler PennelEvent: MarathonHometown: Golden, COHigh School: Golden High SchoolCollege/University: Western State CollegeTraining City: Blowing Rock, NCTraining Group: ZAP EnduranceAccolades: USA Marathon Champion How were you introduced to track/distance running, and what eventually led you to your event? During the summer between my freshman and sophomore year

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Community Connected: Meet Danny Docherty

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Danny Docherty Mile 21 2019 Twin Cities Marathon

Name: Danny DochertyEvent: MarathonHometown: Saint Paul, MNHigh School: Cretin-Derham Hall High SchoolCollege/University: Loyola University ChicagoTraining City: Minneapolis, MNAccolades: Twin Cities Marathon 3rd Overall How were you introduced to track/distance running, and what eventually led you to your event? My first true track experience came as a sophomore

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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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The Achilles Tendon: What Goes Wrong for Runners

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Reposted with permission from Dr. Brian Fullem. Original article posted at Podium Runner Dr. Brian Fullem practices at Elite Sports Podiatry in Clearwater, FL. He ran 14:25 for 5K while at Bucknell University. This is the continuation in a series of articles

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The Storm in My Story

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by Hannah Fields from Hannah’s Instagram Welp, here goes nothin’! This photo reflects my mixed emotions for what I am about to unfold. So, I was a little delayed in starting my outdoor season. I’ve been using the past few

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Smith Rock Ascent 50k

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by Maria Dalzot from The Journey of a Thousand Miles The last 6 miles of the Chuckanut 50k I told myself I never had to run again if I didn’t want to. My left leg was so tight I had to stop

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Track Shorts: USA Indoors Recap & World Indoors Preview

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Well that was some rough and tumble action at the USATF Indoor Championships.  Not sayin’ it was Olympic short track skating but there were several times when the 200-meter oval looked too tight and too crowded for comfort.  In the

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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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