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Running While Injured

By Alix Shutello On Saturday morning I eagerly toed the line of the Gulf Beach Half Marathon in Milford, CT.  I knew I’d finish the race, and while I wanted to run the marathon in a sub 2-hour time, I knew that on this day, it would not be a reality. Last year I developed … Continue reading

September/October Issue of Endurance Racing Magazine

I was very excited when this issue ended up being full of top-notch women from the fields of Olympic and professional racing. I made an executive decision this time, after interviewing two amazing women who compete at the top of their fields to change my definition of endurance distances racing.  Why? Because Lisa Buohler (Team … Continue reading

Five pre-ride checks every cyclist should learn during National Bike Month

Five pre-ride checks every cyclist should learn during National Bike Month Former elite racer says small issues can result in big problems when left unattended    Champaign, IL–May is National Bike Month. A month celebrated with bike-to-work weeks, bike-walk weeks and activities to encourage people to start cycling. But of the over 44.7 million people in … Continue reading