• Bob Cowles
    2017 In Review: Dreams Come True Can Kill A Man
    By Bob Cowles, December 17, 2017

    In looking at the past year, I think the following lines from Smalltown Poets’ “Monkey’s Paw” are appropriate: “All of my labor and best laid plans/only earned a reprimand/I held em all to understand/that dreams come true can kill a man”

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    Bob Cowles
    2018 Schedule
    By Bob Cowles, December 17, 2017

    Hi. I am planning the 2018 Schedule, and here is what I have so far. Notice the lack of a particular distance.

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    Sue Barthels
    2017, Not the year I expected!
    By Sue Barthels, December 14, 2017

    2017 was not the race year I was expecting. On July 17 I broke my ankle “running” from the parking lot into work to teach a Group Fitness class! My activity level went to zero in a matter of seconds! Read more

    Randy MacGeorge
    Carpe Diem – Wednesday Mornings Downtown
    By Randy MacGeorge, December 13, 2017

    Today I started the second half of the Runner’s World Holiday Run Streak (Day #21) with my first ever participation in a November Project workout. Despite the cold temperatures, over 70 people showed up. The atmosphere was friendly, warm and supportive, and the workout wasn’t quite as intimidating as I had expected. It was a great start to the day, and the earliest that I have checked off my run so far in this holiday season.

    Where did those muscles come from?
    By deanal, December 11, 2017

    Heading into the winter months and Riverbank training, we’re going to be faced with either sucking it up and running in the snow and ice, or hitting that treadmill.¬† Well this weekend I decided to strap on the YakTrax and get moving outside…and I guess we did,¬†because I’m feeling muscles I forgot were there :) Read more

    By Themusicteach, December 10, 2017

    I have this little problem sometimes where I get VERY serious about what is going on around me and I FORGET. TO. HAVE. FUN. Read more

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