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Run Oregon Bookshelf: Swim, Bike, Bonk

July 6, 2020 // 0 Comments

While you cannot judge a book by the cover, the cover might be enough to get you to pull it off the shelf. In the case of Swim, Bike, Bonk: Confessions of a Reluctant Triathlete, it was the title that had me hooked before the first page. I have been [read more...]

Kickstarter of the Week: Torch Ring

June 27, 2020 // 1 Comment

Now that summer is officially here, runners are thinking about hydration gear and clothes to keep them cool, however, it’s never too early to look into illumination options for that time when the sun sets at 4PM and rises whenever it feels like. [read more...]

Run Oregon Bookshelf: Fast Girls

June 12, 2020 // 0 Comments

Fast Girls, an amazing new novel by Elise Hooper, is based on the lives of three women from the 1936 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Team. The stories of Helen Stephens, Louise Stokes, and Betty Robinson describe the challenges of being an amateur [read more...]

Runner’s Superpower: True Grit

May 7, 2020 // 0 Comments

When I worked at a chiropractic clinic as a stretch therapist, I saw all sorts of athletes come through the office. Every one of them was amazing in their own way, from the dancers who were endlessly flexible to the football players who’d broken [read more...]

Virtual Races: Fanthropy Running Clubs

May 3, 2020 // 0 Comments

Do you enjoy running or walking? Do you like supporting great causes? Are you a fan of anything in popular culture? Let me introduce you to Fanthropy Running Clubs, where fandoms intersect with philanthropy. With recent social distancing guidelines [read more...]

Running On Thursdays

April 30, 2020 // 0 Comments

Ever since our world got shaken up and dumped out like dice in a game of Yahtzee, I’ve come to love my Thursdays. Thursday has always been a running day for me, but it was always about squeezing it in before work or after an appointment or [read more...]