Tag Archives: DNF

May we all RIP in the digital universe

This afternoon I received a notice through my Linkedin social media account asking me to wish Happy Birthday to a longtime coach and friend. There’s just one problem. He’s no longer living. I still wished him Happy Birthday. I did … Continue reading

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It was a DNF for the RRCA coach certification clinic

  The best intentions sometimes don’t work out. Last Friday night I held an art opening for my solo show “Urban Wilds” at Water Street Studios. People liked the work and visitors were still arriving at 7:30 p.m., but I … Continue reading

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The pain of a DNF

With all the training and preparation one does for a race, the most painful part of any racing experience is a DNF. Did Not Finish, is one translation. Did Not Finish means something went wrong. There is perhaps no greater … Continue reading

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What it really means to compete

Competition is good or all of us. Whether we want to admit it or not, competition forces us to reckon with who we really are. What we care about. How hard we’re willing to try to get what we want … Continue reading

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What to do after the tar snake of a bad race

By Christopher Cudworth Sooner or later, we all have a bad race. Running into trouble If you’re a runner, you might have planned all year for a marathon, and things went sour somewhere along the way. Or that half-marathon you … Continue reading

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