Go Run Vacations: Interview with Michael Crouch

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The brainchild of Michael and Sarah Crouch, Go Run Vacations seamlessly brings their love of travel and running together to share with those who are equally enthusiastic. With a mission to offer an unparalleled experience for any runner who has a

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A Few of Our Favorite Things: Travel and Leisure

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The holidays are here and you may be looking for those last minute gift items to make someone’s special day that much better. We asked the pros to share what makes their lives easier on the road or when just

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Top Ten Athlete Technology – Kara Winger

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as originally published at Rodhe Sport Kara was very kind to take time out of her busy travel and preparation for 2017 World Championships to give Rodhe Sport an inside look at the gear that keeps her going! Kara is the

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Dear Younger Me

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as originally posted on MileSplit Dear 11-year-old Neely, I see you right now, out riding your pony, Rose, unaware that life is going to take you in a different direction very soon. You’ve always been an outdoorsy, bird-watching child, a

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Hamstring Syndrome Surgery-A Runner’s 4-Year Struggle with Injury

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from Giving the Glory For the last four years I’ve struggled with chronic high-hamstring pain. After trying endless treatments with no avail, I finally came across a condition known as “hamstring syndrome;” a chronic form of high hamstring tendinopathy that occurs when scar

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What Makes a Meet Great from an Athlete’s Perspective

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as originally posted by Citius Mag Everyone is so concerned with putting on good track meets to entertain the fans, but what do the athletes want? Maybe we have needs too! There are details big and small that the participants

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Running Eastern Europe

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechaser Training always requires flexibility, because as much as you plan, there are always unexpected obstacles, whether from internal or external structures.  Training while traveling demands even more patience.  The external conditions are more unpredictable

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From Aspiring Olympian to Fan

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Brianna Glenn moved on a few years ago from being a terrific long jump/sprinter with NCAA and USA Nat’l champion titles on her athletic resume. Brianna now runs her own boutique travel agency called Milk and Honey Travels. She specializes

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Best Places to Run

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from Running Joyfully Between my running, my job, and my wanderlust, I’m a frequent traveler. Subsequently, I often find myself running in new places and exploring new routes – which is sometimes awesome (I found a sweet trail, yay!), other

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European Trip Part V: Scandinavia

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from Aspirations of a BA Steeplechasin’ Woman   July 26th – Stockholm Dad and I met up with Mom and my brother, Dylan, in Stockholm. Every time I race in Europe, I try to convince my family to meet up

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