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50 Years of Running: Turning dreams into reality

During the 1972 cross country season at Kaneland High School, the program started to fulfill its potential in new ways. The Varsity and Sophomore programs both finished with 14-3 records for the year. The schedule of 17 dual and triangular … Continue reading

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50 years of running: An introduction to pain

This is the first in a series of articles chronicling fifty years of running since I went out for cross country as a freshman in high school. Some point in the middle of August 1971, my father drove me from … Continue reading

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A runner’s long relationship with football

By Christopher Cudworth Growing up in the 1960s when the Green Bay Packers were a green and gold apparition of toughness and admiration, it was in my nature to think of football as the pinnacle of athletic prowess. Bart Starr … Continue reading

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