This is a race that no one knows about and very few even finish.
Not many would call me country, but what transpired in the deep woods of Tennessee yesterday will soon have dozens of Crushing Iron readers calling me a nature boy. The Dry Creek Marathon (and half) was another spectacular example in
I haven’t run on trails much, period, and now I’ve decided to hit the woods for the Dry Creek 1/2 Marathon put on by my friends over at Nashville Running Company. This will be another first. My “goal” is to
I finally pulled the trigger on race photos. It cost $100, but that’s a small price to pay for a Wisconsin kid who . . . went back home, ran under the Ironman arch, then got a picture of it
My buddies are beating me up about making a decision on IM Louisville, but I have a pretty big fish waiting to be fried on April 13th. Signing up for New Orleans 70.3 feels like a good and bad decision.
The Fourth of July, 2009. I bounced through downtown Nashville on my mountain bike on my way to a friend’s annual pool party. I knew there would be tons of laughing and positive energy. My friend attracted that vibe. As
Note: I wrote this many moons ago, but never posted it. I am still reading Born to Run and it is an absolute gem of a novel. There is one great story after another, loaded with compelling thoughts on running
“Food is for the body, not the mouth.” – Unknown From the very beginning of Ironman training, I knew something was missing. I was working out more than ever and arguably in the best shape of my life, but most
I thought it only fitting that I follow up my Color Run post with a list of the hardest triathlons in the world. It’s not my compilation, but I have included my version of the toughest triathlons I’ve ever completed
I remember my first 5K and it was no laughing matter. It can be a very stressful, yet proud time for a beginning runner. BUT, I couldn’t help but get a chuckle from this post on Ben Greenfield’s website. It’s