Can We Live Longer but Stay Younger?
I raised 2 successful CEOs and a doctor…
Seattle is overwhelmed by garbage and filth… Ditto San Francisco, NYC, L.A. Otherwise fun cities to visit.
The British Are Coming! Rick Atkinson is terrific. I think I read the first two volumes on WWII, and faded and fell short during the final volume. …If not assigned reading, OK to give up for something more compelling and awaiting on the shelf.
Oxy Recap/Results. OK, for the pros, it’s still early in the season, but some very good runners had a tough night.
Tour de France in the 1920s
Why Jenny Simpson loves the New Balance 5280
The Problem With Happiness
The Wood Wide Web. …Read The Overstory. …I’m almost done with it. One of the best novels I’ve read this year.
‘I Serve as a Stepping Stone’
Coming up in the next Oregon Track Club Newsletter, our Q&A with Michael Reilly. Whip-smart and a major power, mover and shaker in our sport. Citing numbers about the decline in participants in some major races around the United States, I asked if he feared the future. Absolutely not, he said.
Fly (and race) with a little flap from your friends
From about 30 years ago. Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda
When Male Runners Lose to Women
Just because the sports car is red doesn’t mean it’s gonna go fast
Amby Burfoot: This Is the Ultimate Book for Running Fans. …Robinson is a terrific writer. Just ordered the book.
Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt. More.
A Victory for Female Athletes Everywhere
If your 12yr old is the best runner in the school or city or the country, you should allow them to enjoy every minute of it. If you think it means that they are going to be one of the best as an adult, then your focus is 100% in the wrong place. Please let kids enjoy being kids. ~hansonsrun twitter
The Medics Keeping Ultrarunners Alive
Steve Magness How to Run: Running with proper biomechanics. Have you ever run for a coach who really gave a hoot about your mechanics? I mean, who hounded you about your crappy form, inefficient and likely to lead to injury.