Monthly Archives: March 2015

Saturday’s 8-mile Walk in 20 Degrees

It was about 22 degrees when Deb, Linda, Nancy and I met for our 8-mile training walk starting at Worthington Hills Park. It’s been a long time since we have been able to walk outside or for any distance, and … Continue reading

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A Slushy Training Walk

As I was reluctantly heading to the gym for a 30-min training walk on a treadmill, I realized the rain had stopped and the temperature was in the high 30s. Though it was starting to get dark, it wasn’t hard to decide to stay in the neighborhood to walk outside instead. Continue reading

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Episode 10 Podcast — Darris Blackford Goes the Extra Mile for the Columbus Marathon

Race Director Darris Blackford talks about how the 2014 finisher medals almost missed arriving at the race, and why the Marathon is shortening the amount of time the course is open from 7 hours to 6 hours. Continue reading

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