Editorial: UCLA has lost integrity…
Hey, take a hike! The Best Hike in Every State. We’ve done Silver Falls. Hope to do others on the list. Better, though, with your honey, is to do regular outings on those awesome trails near your house.
But if hiking in San Francisco… Consider.
If you could bottle up sleep and sell it as a performance-enhancing drug it would be a billion dollar blockbuster. ~Brad Stulberg
What Are the Best DNA Kits for Fitness? …None. Your PCP would laugh at this.
Ryan Hall’s marathon PR (2:04:58) was set at the 2011 Boston Marathon. Sara Hall is among the elites in today’s Boston Marathon. Some day we will be watching Hana Hall. …Update. Sara Hall was 15th.
Jen A. Miller/NYT: Pre-Gaming for the Boston Marathon. With other great links.
At age 17, Bonnie Richardson won the Texas state track team championship all by herself. Then she did it again. The Power of One
Yep, we’re tough, but this tough?
Just released. 10 minute film on You Tube. ELIUD
Sarah Sellers and the Craziest Schedule in Running …Another Sarah Sellers story.
Brad Stulberg on the cult of bro science.
The goal was to visit all 61 National Parks with Ruby, their daughter with Down Syndrome. Video.
Alex Hutchinson on how to maximize the caffeine advantage. If there is one.
Breakfast yesterday with Lance Deal, Olympic silver medalist, American record holder in the hammer for the past 22 years. We’re working on a Q&A. Fun guy.
About your energy/candy bar. Here. Not real food.
John Burroughs: The Art of Seeing Things
OTC Elite heads to Flagstaff for altitude training. Apparently, they live high and train high.
Another view is to Live High, Train Low. …Galen Rupp, in Portland, sleeps high (in a thin oxygen tent) and trains low.
We’re staying at the Prospect Hotel. Crater Lake is buried in snow (110 inches), but the plan is to go up there anyway and snowshoe as best and as close as we can.
Jen A. Miller/NYT: Getting That Elusive B.Q. And other great links. …Just renewed my subscription for another 6 months at the bargain rate (likely available to you) of $5.01 per week. That includes complete computer access and delivery of the mammoth paper Sunday edition within two feet of your front door.
Because of recent snow at Crater Lake, and with vehicles unable to access, our ranger-led trek on snowshoes looped around the side of the mountain at elevations in excess of 6500 feet. We were tramping for 2.5 hours on snow in excess of 11 feet. Glorious! …Fun fact. If we gave every person living today an equal share of the water in Crater Lake, we would all get 660 gallons.