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10 ways to test whether you could you survive being a runner in the 70s

For better or worse, the sport of distance running has changed quite a bit since the Running Boom first took off in the early 1970s. That’s when Frank Shorter won the Olympic Marathon and the world of jogging got its … Continue reading

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Getting in tune with the straight and narrow

By Christopher Cudworth In the latter years of high school some friends and I ventured into the world of guitar-playing. We almost, but not quite, formed a band. Our efforts were dissolute by dint of the fact that none of … Continue reading

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Problem solving on the run has a poster child

By Christopher Cudworth There are two types of problems that need to be solved in this world. 1) Immediate problems, such as things going wrong right now. 2) Long term problems, as in challenges that need to be solved through … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Church of We Run and Ride

Welcome to the Church of We Run and Ride.  What follows is a sermon of sorts. And if you know anything about good sermons, the content usually gives you a little history and purpose of the topic, some information on … Continue reading

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