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Wisdom From a 20-Something Elite Marathoner for a 65-Year Old 4-Hour+ Plodder

Shod in my new Asics Nimbus, I’m suddenly running on air again. 30 to 35 miles a week. Satisfying long runs on Sunday mornings. Uncomplicated – light-hearted even? – medium-distanced midday runs during the week. And what a difference a … Continue reading

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Why I’m Not Doing a Lance Armstrong and Retiring from Running, Just Yet

I’ve never tested positive for drugs and can still manage 7 miles across the Heath on a cold February morning, but, like Lance Armstrong—if you’ll excuse the comparison—perhaps, after 6 marathons in 10 years, it’s also time for me to … Continue reading

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