Tag Archives: Iowa

Sweet season: A simple matter of focus and effort

This is the sixth in a series of articles about the Sweet Season of 1978, my college senior year when our Luther College team placed second in the nation in NCAA Division III cross country. To follow the chronological narrative … Continue reading

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Nothing better than running and riding on a two-track trail

By Christopher Cudworth With all the ways to get lost in this world you probably aren’t looking for one more suggestion on how to escape the confines of GPS and your commuter route. But here goes. You need to find … Continue reading

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Seeing your way to better running and riding

Right after graduating from college, I went to an optometrist in the little town of Decorah, Iowa where Luther College is located. The appointment was going well until the optometrist dilated my eyes and took a look inside. Then he … Continue reading

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Maybe I think too much about running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth They say that the left side of the brain controls the right, say that the right side has to work hard all night, maybe I think too much for my own good, some people say so, other … Continue reading

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Sunday contemplation: A rider in the rain

By Christopher Cudworth Click on pics to view The Christmas Bird Count comes around once a year, usually in the second week of December. Having worked both the Christmas and Spring Bird counts (technically part of the Fermi Circle Count) … Continue reading

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