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Bellingham Bay Half Marathon: Blustery Weather, Inner Grit Rule the Day

Drizzling rain, gusty breezes, longer-than-expected distance, and cool temperatures made race day one to remember...and savor the sweetness of achieving a goal. It's funny how the prospect of … [Read more...]

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Dreams Come True: Nyad Successfully Completes Cuba-Florida Swim

Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad became the first person to successfully swim from Cuba to Key West in Florida without the use of a shark cage. This was her fifth attempt in 35 years to swim the … [Read more...]

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Accept Your Weaknesses, Increase Your Strength

¬†EXCERPT FROM: "A Life Without Limits: A World Champion's Journey" by Chrissie Wellington "...But one of my resolutions going into 2000 was to be less hard on myself. Eating meat again was a step … [Read more...]

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Hot Summer Temperatures + Swollen Feet = Buy New Shoes

It's been really hard for me to stay motivated to train for my first half marathon coming up in late September. The summer heat here in Las Vegas, Nevada just zaps me, especially when daytime temps … [Read more...]