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I let Mark convince me into signing up for a 5k at Pinchot Park last week. I’ve never run a race before in my life – never actually been in any kind of race – biking or otherwise – in my adult life. I was a little nervous. I was going to run the 5k and Mark was going to run the 10k.
I knew if I was going to do it, I would have to bring Foxy, so I was relieved to find out that dogs were allowed.
It’s been two days since I ran the Coastal Delaware Marathon. A good time to reflect on what went right, what went wrong, and contemplate moving to an apartment with an elevator. (Three flights of stairs, what was I thinking???) … Continue reading
Registration opens today for the York Marathon. Race Details: May 17, 2015. 6am Entry fee for the race is $60 through the end of February, with rates increasing March 1. The field is limited to 600 runners. Known for being … Continue reading
The Memorial Health Systems Foundation Auxiliary Ladies’ 5K Run and Walk will be 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m. at the Outpatient Surgery Center, 1750 Fifth Avenue inYork. Awards will be given to the top three overall finishers and the top three finishers in each … Continue reading
Maybe a 5K race isn’t what you’ve exactly dreamed of when it comes to a fitness goal. Here comes Double Creek‘s bike, run and walk event to meet the needs of a variety of people. Choose to ride either the 30-mile … Continue reading
I underestimate the power of my stomach. It was a busy week for me. Throw in 5K training for the Race Against Racism/Splash of Color and I just felt like things weren’t slowing down. I’m getting married in a month, … Continue reading
Jersey Mike Rock + Run 5K will begin at noon, Saturday, April 19, on City Island in Harrisburg.
The annual Race Against Racism has long proved to be an event that brings the community together. And while the race, set for April 26, brings awareness of the power of humanity, a new aspect will be introduced this year: … Continue reading
You may remember that back in December, 2012, I made a pledge that I was going to attempt to bike up Copenhaffer Road in York, PA. I don’t really know why I made this pledge, but I think it is because Copenhaffer is notorious around here within the cycling community so I thought I should at least try it.
A former collegiate athlete attempting to get back into shape and regain his once glorious stride.