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  • 26.2 End ALZ
    September 15, 2014 · 7 Comments

    26.2 End ALZ

    If you haven’t noticed, I caught the running bug—again. The first half of my life revolved around running. Whether it was playing soccer on the field, or racing on the track, I was…

  • Why The Mile is Dead (and Worth Saving) | Outside Online
    May 7, 2014 · 0 Comments

    Why The Mile is Dead (and Worth Saving) | Outside Online

    Rounding the bend to the final straightaway of the 1964 Compton Relays, Jim Ryun’s arms pumped. He felt no pain as he kicked the home straight. When Ryun crossed the finish line in eighth…

  • In the Backcountry: Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder
    February 25, 2014 · 0 Comments

    In the Backcountry: Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder

    In a sport where big impacts and injuries are common, snowboarders have to be fit—bulletproof even. So when the International Olympic Committee announced the addition of Snowboard Slopestyle to the Winter Olympics program…

  • Olympic Sports Psychology with Snowboarder Kelly Clark
    February 7, 2014 · 0 Comments

    Olympic Sports Psychology with Snowboarder Kelly Clark

    When three-time Olympian Kelly Clark fell on her first run of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic snowboard halfpipe finals, she instantly relived the 2006 Torino Olympics, where a fall put her in fourth place….

  • A Mere Mortal Cannot Kill a Goddess
    September 4, 2013 · 0 Comments

    A Mere Mortal Cannot Kill a Goddess

    Before you get all teary-eyed about the closing of Restaurant Skadi, pop a bottle of your favorite bubbly and raise your glass — this is a story worth celebrating. Restaurant Skadi opened its…

  • Notes from the Precious Forest Cabin
    January 16, 2012 · 7 Comments

    Notes from the Precious Forest Cabin

    The afternoon was almost silent. Bees buzzed overhead and a sprinkler watered the freshly excavated dirt; I lounged on the second floor deck at the Precious Forest Cabin, basking in the afternoon sun….

26.2 End ALZ
September 15, 2014 · 7 Comments

26.2 End ALZ

If you haven’t noticed, I caught the running bug—again. The first half of my life revolved around running. Whether it was playing soccer on the field, or racing on the track, I was…

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