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Song of the Open Road

We all have someone in our life that doesn't understand running; someone that just can't seem to grasp why we do it. And perhaps that's our fault, because quite frankly, none of us can really explain why we get out there, no matter the weather, day in and day out-the words we try to use to e…

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Four Miles of Fun

"Four miles of fun."  "A great time to get the whole family together." "An excuse to eat/drink as much as I want later in the day." No matter how you phrase it, the 8th annual Turkey Trot is right around the corner and is certainly worth crawling out of bed for, from both a c…

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Rock 'n' Roll Readiness

In just under two weeks, the Rock 'n Roll Full and Half-Marathons will once again be here; our hotels and restaurants will be filled to capacity, our streets will be littered with used cups and energy gels (don't worry, they all get picked up!-thank you, volunteers!), and people-watching…

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Our Heroes (Regroup, Rebuild, and Rebound)

I usually talk about races, or products, or really anything else running-related in this space.  This is not going to be one of those times.  Sometimes, it's the little things that put things into perspective-a kind word, a long-forgotten and newly-found item, or even the si…

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Put to the Test, We Find the Best

Twice in the last month, I had the great pleasure of being a part of various races in the Southeast; one as a participant (the Blue Ridge Relay), and one as a spectator (Ironman 70.3 Augusta). Both were very rewarding, and both for the same reason (amongst others): it will never cease to a…

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Making It Safe

By far, my favorite moment of the day is when I go for a run. I love solo running because it is a time for me to go out on my own, set a pace, plot a route and just run. This is when I can reflect on my upcoming day or week but other times I completely zone out. However, as I think more abou…

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Flood Relief Through Footwear

As I sit down to write this, I have no clue what's going to end up on this page; from what I hear, Tunnel to Towers was a rousing success, I had a great time running my race with a wonderful group of guys, the weather is finally starting to get slightly cooler (very slightly, but hey...we'…

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Tunnel to Towers

This upcoming weekend offers up a stirring and wonderful 5K, filled both with tributes and fast-running: Saturday, 9/10's Tunnel to Towers.  Sadly, for the first time since its Savannah inception, I will be absent from the proceedings, running my own race.  As I get closer …

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Over Some Hale Bales and Through Daffin Park

I'm sure if I look back at past things I've written about races, I'd find a lot of "this is one of my favorites" and "you're in for a real treat" waxing.  And I'm sure I absolutely meant what I said; I'm terribly proud of the races with which we assist, as well as all of the…

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We Never Regret the Run

When I went to bed last night, I had every intention of getting up this morning for a short shakeout run.  When my alarm went off this morning, bright and early, I rethought those intentions...the bed was just feeling too darn good, and I had just run 20 miles yesterday (if you want to …

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