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Thursday, 6/7/18

Don’t miss the NCAA Track & Field Championships

Brother Colm O’Connell and the Training of David Rudisha

The Midlife Tuneup

How to Be Happy

Wednesday, 6/6/18

Eliud Kipchoge: 12 x 800m, 10 x 400m …Please don’t try that. You’re not Kipchoge.

Track intervals tend to be unpleasant. Coach Lawrence of Arabia’s tip

State Street Mile …Father Larry Gosselin from the Santa Barbara Mission jumped into the race as he walked by the start (Photo: Fritz Olenberger). From Santa Barbara Edhat.

Gary Cantrell, famous race director, is walking across the country. Story.

Video from last night at Hayward Field with Vin Lananna, Bill Dellinger, Lance Deal, Mary Slaney, others.

Tuesday, 6/5/18

Jane Brody/NYT: How to Increase Your Chances of Having a Long, Healthy Life

Is Being Good Good for You?

These 10 things all happened at Oregon’s historic Hayward Field. …Check the clip from Animal House, filmed in 1977. It looks very different today.

Austin O’Neil goes 3:56 at the State Street Mile, first sub four by a Santa Clarita native. More. …Course details. …Race video. …Rich Burns, another Hart alum, ran a 4:19 in the 1500 when in his fifties.

the morning shakeout

NPR: Why Children Aren’t Behaving, And What You Can Do About It

The Oxymoron Museum

Monday, 6/4/18

Rupp: 16 x 400m

Jeff Sather, the OTC Masters coach, will give us a surprise session with 500 intervals. …Not fun.

Weekend, 6/2-3/18

News you can use. From Harvard. Understanding the stress response

Jen A. Miller/NYT: Running for Fun, Your Gross Running Gear, and other fun stuff

Magness Speaks — Recovery Addict: How overemphasizing recovery creates dependency

Ken Goe on Phil Knight, Hayward Field, etc.

Pros recall their favorite races at Hayward Field

Serious Hayward devotees have this book. Great photos. Prose by Kenny Moore.

Friday, 6/1/18

The Week That Was

Take Time to Do Nothing

How cool is this? We’re going.

Rupp on Pre

Costco Is a Performance Athlete’s Dream. …We’re here. Along with two other couples. Six aging adults. Each with an opinion, a position on Costco.

Colin Fletcher, a self-described “solitary son-of-a-bitch.”

Why your brain needs you to read every day. …On returning from Ireland, she asked me (being 44% Irish) for a book recommendation, wanting insight into Ireland’s soul. I suggested this. She’s reading it now. Loves it. …Available for free on your Kindle.

Coach said.

The Mediterranean diet is gone

June Oregon Track Club Newsletter