This has been a crazy busy year! I think I have raced more than ever before, definitely more than any time in the last decade. I’ve tackled four 50km races (only finishing three), three 20Ks, two 12Ks, and one 10K.
A friend asked me a few weeks ago, “So why do you race walk?” Hmm, there are so many ways to answer that question, I will share a few of them here. The first and ultimate answer is always “For
After much pressure from my husband and some gentle nudges from a friend I am finally making a space for myself to write. I am hoping that this will be a way to share not only about my training and
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes The World Relays are in jeopardy for 2019. In a tweet from the Bahamas Press, it was stated, “The Cabinet of the Bahamas has cancelled World Relays
With the winter we’ve been having in the Northeast, maybe we should be extending the indoor season a little longer. It’s hard to think about the outdoor season when the tracks are still snow covered. At least we have some
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes Dathan Ritzenhein announced that he will not be running Boston. In a heartfelt announcement on Twitter, he wrote, “After sustaining a SI joint injury last week in
Inspired by Katie Mackey’s tweet following her win at the Grand Blue Mile, we asked the athletes on AthleteBiz: What is something on your competition or athletic bucket list? Here are some feats to look forward to from your favorite athletes! Click on
from Maria’s Instagram Sometimes it’s black and white. We have good days and we have bad days. Sometimes the results speak for themselves and the time is so stellar we know the work has been done and the battle against
There was no hibernating for ABers this winter. In February they continued to pile up results by land, sea and air, by which I mean track, trail, roads and snow (snow?!). Track Shorts staff could barely keep up with the
from I’m Gonna Be… I’m too old to improve… Or at least that’s what “people” say. It’s almost impossible to get development money at the ripe old age of 38. We’re told to just be happy being a master’s athlete.