Tag Archives: Chris Cudworth

50 Years of Running: About religious dedication

A longtime female friend told me a few years back that she recalls walking the streets of small-town Elburn with me as I philosophized about various issues. That’s no way to win the heart of a girl. Somehow I could … Continue reading

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A taste of bittersweet early in the sweet season

This is the second installment of eight blogs about a cross country season forty years ago. On Thursdays, I will recount a most significant period in life, a senior year in college. That’s when hard work paid off, self-belief took hold … Continue reading

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The simplest thing you can do to improve bike safety on the road

The simplest single thing you can do to enhance safety on your bike. I know this is going to sound simple. But most real solutions are simple. If you ride a bike or any sort; road, mountain, hybrid, cruiser or … Continue reading

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Monday truth: Nice guys (and gals) do not always finish last

By Christopher Cudworth Click on photos to enlarge. While doing research for an article a few months back, I was perusing a booklet of race results from my senior year in college. It had been a magical year in many … Continue reading

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