Runners Book Club: Your Pace or Mine?

Most of the running books I’ve read have looked into the world of the elite. I’ve read about insane ultrarunners, for instance, learned of legends like Emile Zátopek, and have heard all about the intense natural ability of Kenyan marathon runners. It’s always nice to get a different perspective though, hence the enduring appeal of… Continue reading Runners Book Club: Your Pace or Mine?

Runners Book Club: 26.2 Miles to Happiness.

Paul Tonkinson’s 26.2 Miles to Happiness: A Comedian’s Tale of Running, Red Wine, and Redemption has quickly ascended towards the top of my running book podium.  It is, admittedly, a relatively small pile, as reading about running is still a newer habit of mine but, nevertheless, it is very good.  Trust me.  Although that pile… Continue reading Runners Book Club: 26.2 Miles to Happiness.

Autumn, Olympians, and a Pristine Patagonian Marathon.

Long Sleeves I have just returned from a run and my goodness I wore short sleeves. Desperate times, I know. I believe this means that summer is officially ending, and autumn is officially falling. For the most part I’m a warm weather runner, I like the feel of the sun on my back as I… Continue reading Autumn, Olympians, and a Pristine Patagonian Marathon.