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At Lambeau Field

{Inspired by the Green Bay volunteers, this is for all race volunteers everywhere: Thank You!} The volunteers are already at work, saluting each other as they report for duty. Their brightly hued race shirts band them, a peaceful army filling

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Life Well Lived: running Tomoka

  She ran a marathon Saturday.  It was a good one.  She enjoyed the course, learned about a part of Florida she hadn’t visited before, and skipped in under 3:40.  Still, it wasn’t her plan to write about it. ‘ I

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The Mettle of Melbourne

When I first started running a few decades ago in Massachusetts, I often ran during my lunch hour.   My job as a Family Law Coordinator called for me to spend most of my time in an open area in the

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Sub 4 hour marathons and me

You’ve probably heard some variation of the quote attributed to Groucho Marx, the brilliant comedian, about not wanting to be in a club that wanted him.   Supposedly, at sometime around 1949 when he was in a gregarious mood, he let

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Almost 472 miles

The newspapers and magazines have begun their “year in review” articles and in some cases, entire issues.  Just a handful of these will sate my appetite.  There are a few, e.g., the NY Times Book Review, that are worth saving

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