Tag Archives: Rivalry

50 Years of Running: Competition’s Son, Part 5

Not long after our family moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, my mother made connections with another mom whose son was the same age. That afternoon, she drove me to their house on Golf Road across the street from the Meadia Heights … Continue reading

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From allegiance to rivalry

In early 1973, right in the middle of my sophomore year in high school, our family moved 10 miles east from Elburn, Illinois to St. Charles. The rest of that school year I made a daily commute to finish the … Continue reading

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Running and riding through a world of absolutes

By Christopher Cudworth Liberal folks like me tend to think in terms of relationships when it comes to getting along in the world. But there are quite a few categories of existence that live and die by the numbers. In … Continue reading

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