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Cross Country Running

Half as Much Is Sometimes Twice as Good

Satinder Dhillon | Posted 05.30.2015 | Impact
Satinder Dhillon

Being taught respect, honor and working hard in the fields at a young age, were perhaps some of the best times of our lives, because we learned what integrity, and keeping your word meant.

My Teenage Son Does LSD (And I Encourage Him)

Doug Gertner | Posted 11.17.2014 | Parents
Doug Gertner

We parked near school and he grabbed his book-bag as I moved over to the drivers seat, and I wished my son well with his audition. Anticipating my concern he replied, "Thanks... and I'll do some LSD after that." Like father, like son, it's been a long strange trip.

Take a Deep Breath

David Willey | Posted 05.29.2013 | Healthy Living
David Willey

Maybe it's because running is so quantifiable, but most runners I know love "magic bullets." We want to improve -- it's why we run in the first place -- and we'll typically try anything (within reason) that might help us run more miles or faster times.

Run, But Don't Run Away

Sam Lyons | Posted 11.26.2012 | Teen
Sam Lyons

I'm not the fastest kid on the team -- I don't even come close. But I still give everything I have to the sport. I'm only competing with myself. And I'm winning.

Why This Mom Runs

Bethany Meyer | Posted 11.20.2012 | Healthy Living
Bethany Meyer

Running brings me clarity. Balance. An outlet. Trusted confidantes. A feeling of power. A sense of achievement. Strong legs. Toned arms. I run because being an adult is hard. And being a runner makes it less hard.

'Hero Runner' Rescues Bleeding Opponent

The Huffington Post | Laura Hibbard | Posted 11.23.2011 | Education

When a loud scream interrupted a cross country meet for a Minnesota high school, most of the runners didn't stop to investigate, Yahoo Sports reported...