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50 Years of Running: The smell of candles burning at both ends

As a hormone-driven, partially obsessed early 1980s distance runner in his early 20s, I was constantly seeking partners in crime. One in particular, a best friend you might say, had followed a similar path from the same high school to … Continue reading

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On becoming a better runner, achieving it, and on we go

Scott Fink-Finowicki is a young man who works in sales and is returning to running after a period away from the sport due to injury and getting started in his career. It’s been an interesting return to the sport, because … Continue reading

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It’s not too late for inspiration from a high school track meet

By Christopher Cudworth When was the last time you witnessed real competition? Live, dramatic, inspiring? It’s not too late to get a dose of real inspiration. The girls and boys state track competitions are winding up over the next couple … Continue reading

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Multisport Madness Triathlon Team moves youth to new levels

By Christopher Cudworth with contributions from John Lorenz Runners and cyclists who like to train where there is less traffic have long favored the roads in Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois. There are long sections where bike and … Continue reading

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