One Lap at a Time

Dhaval Patel The rain is on our lips, We do not run for prize. We know not whom we trust Nor whitherward we fare, But we run because we must Through the great wide air. That’s the Song of the Ungirt Runner – C. H. Sorley. And I think that’s Read more…

Empowe-Running

In 1965, the year I first ran the Boston Marathon, there were no women in the field of about 400 participants. On Monday morning, 18th April, 2016, more than 13,000 women will start the 120th Boston Marathon.- Roberta Gibb The Boston Marathon gender barrier fell 50 years ago, on April 19, Read more…