From the Blog

Testing, 1, 2, 3. . .

Testing, 1, 2, 3. . . Thumbnail

Last Sunday marked the 14th annual Barr Trail Mountain Race and my first bonafide test of my Pikes Peak Marathon training thus far. And a test, it would be - six miles up then back down Barr Trail - approximately half of the Pikes Peak Ascent. I had tried to convince Dakin and JD to race it with me [...]

Read More

Tootisie Time Out

Tootisie Time Out Thumbnail

I love trail running even more than road running. It's challenging, and the view at the top is that much more rewarding because of it. And the scenery - especially where I run - is absolutely gorgeous. Its aftermath, however, is often not. Not even a little bit. I apologize for what you are about to see. . . Remnants [...]

Read More

There’s No More Worthwhile Cause to Run For Than This One

There’s No More Worthwhile Cause to Run For Than This One Thumbnail

It's more than a problem, it's more than a scandal. And it's happening within many of the cities and towns we all call home here in the United States, hidden from view and yet everywhere. Human trafficking for sex and forced labor has enslaved millions of people worldwide -- some 27 million and even some [...]

Read More

Why I Run: Jill Freed, 37

Why I Run: Jill Freed, 37 Thumbnail

Runner: Jill Freed, 37 Years running: 5 years Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN 1) What’s your favorite distance? Half marathon is probably the sweet-spot.  It’s long enough to feel a large sense of achievement, but you’re not killing yourself like you do in a 5k.  But my heart lies with the marathon.  There’s something about running [...]

Read More
Email This to a Friend