by Antonio Vega on May 23, 2012
Hopefully, you noticed and may even have been disappointed in the gap in my blog last month. The reason for the lack of a blog from me was I—unfortunately--had another major setback in my training. Just when I thought I was getting back into racing shape, I had to undergo another hip operation to repair the labrum on my other hip. That was the hip, which at one point, I called my “good hip.”But that was not to be. Even so, I am still training and looking forward to putting this all behind me--eventually. As you can imagine, it has been difficult to deal with.
by Ron Wayne on May 15, 2012
Saturday, May 12 - Fifth Third River Bank Run, Grand Rapids, MI. Over 7,000 runners participated in the US 25K (15.5 miles) National Championships. Mizuno Race Team member, Lindsey Scherf, once again ran a great race placing second. Lindsey pushed the pace and had the lead until mile 14, when eventual winner Janet Cherobon put on a spurt and pulled away to win in a time of 1:24.36 for a new American 25K record. The old record, set in 1986, was held by Joan Benoit in a time of 1:24:43. Lindsey's time of 1:25.12...
by Ron Wayne on May 10, 2012
Lindsey Scherf and Josh Moen Run Well At Lilac Bloomsday 12K RunSpokane, WA - May 6. At one of the world's largest footraces (over 50,000 runners competing), Mizuno Race Team Member, Lindsey Scherf placed 6th (2nd American) in a time of 40.41 in the Lilac Bloomsday 12K Run (7.46 miles). Also, Josh Moen, last year's top American, with a time of 36:03 finished in 15th place overall (4th American).
by Barbara Mitchell on May 1, 2012
Training for GambiaWith less than two months to go before my departure for the Gambia and with three great training races just around the corner, I thought it may be time for...
by Barbara Mitchell on April 26, 2012
Rotterdam Race Report: 2:10:47=Olympics!What is it like qualifying for the Olympic Games with only 1 week left? Read this great Blog by Canada's Brand Ambassador Dylan Wykes and find out! April 18, 2012It’s been sometime since I’ve managed an update. After dropping out of Lake Biwa I was pretty down and out. Leading up to Lake Biwa training had gone so well — including 12 weeks at altitude in Flagstaff, AZ — that I had very high expectations for myself. Not meeting those expectations was brutal and I had a lot of trouble looking...