Running is stillness and calm while all around the storm rages. It is a force for good.
Jeff Cann honors his high school cross-country coach, Greg Dunston. Because running has been his lifeline, and Coach Dunston showed him the way.
Bob Varettoni is chasing ghosts.
Earlier this year we asked for your reasons for running. We’ve run some great submissions, and we still want yours.
Bob Sinclair walked until he could run. Now he can’t stop.
After a concussion that changed his life, Matt Donnelly runs to feel not crazy, to not be in pain, to feel normal, even if its only temporary.
TJ Trent runs to change, to make his fresh start. To a new life.
Terry Lancaster runs. He runs every single day. And it’s about proving something.
Poet, Duncan Christy, writes sonnets to pay homage to the psychic cleaning, healing, joy, and energy of running.
Last month we started the ‘Why We Run’ series. We’ve had some extraordinary submissions. And we are looking for more.
Adam Crawford runs because he has to. To exorcise frustrations. To crush self-doubt. To train his mind.
Some people run for a purpose. For Robin, there are many.
When one of family member turns to running, so do the rest. Perhaps it’s in their blood…
For now, Daniel Romo runs to escape.
Because of age. Because of fear. For self-expression. To focus. To escape. To live.