Kelly Herron says running provided power to fight off her attacker. Finishing 26.2 will offer closure. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Safety and security concerns shift his target to a November race. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
If you plan ahead, you can probably spot your runner in several places. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Forty years after the Windy City’s first 26.2-miler, these are the people who keep the party going. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Keep making the same mistakes over and over? Here are tested strategies for breaking the cycle. Read the full article for Runner’s World.
Plus, a few that can wreck your day. Read the full article for SELF.
Pencil shavings and heartbreak. Akin to licking a flagpole. The product of a gypsy curse. No matter how I’ve heard it described, Malört – a wormwood-based liqueur that’s become Chicago’s booziest inside joke – doesn’t exactly sound like the drink of champions. Read the full story for aSweatLife.com.
The Monday after the Bank of America Chicago Marathon each year, Carey Pinkowski’s phone begins ringing. One runner wants to thank a volunteer who provided a critical medical treatment or cup of ice. Another hopes to follow up on a new friendship he made during some difficult miles. Carey calls them back – he feels he has to. Though social media has made missed connections easier to resolve, he still believes one of his biggest responsibilities as race director is to bring the running community together. Hear more on this week’s #WeGotGoals.
Forget the fancy GPS watch—the most powerful training tool is between your ears. Read the full article for SELF.
Yeah, we know better. It doesn’t matter. Read the full article for Runner’s World.