While Ruth and I were out cross-training, other people were posting stuff:
- Read, if you dare, my article that spills “The Real Truth” about running in the new March/April 2013 issue of Level Renner. It got the editor thinking about Aristotle and his Rhetorical Triangle, which shows he went to more literature classes than I did. As always, Level Renner is free to read, free to subscribe.
- Harold Shaw reviews Overthinking the Marathon in his blog, A Veteran Runnah. Harold gets it. He writes, ” I believe that knowing that the insecurities that I have about running my marathon are very normal, especially if someone who has finished over 20 of them still has them, reading Ray’s thoughts about this, will help me get through my own marathon training this summer.”
- Kate Murphy encourages readers of her blog, the Chronicles of Kate, to “buy Ray’s book today and enjoy all while helping out a great cause!“
- Saturday, I submitted my application for the Great Cranberry Island Ultramarathon in July. Entrants are selected in part from an essay submitted along with the application. Some are posted on the GCI 50K Facebook page – see if you can guess which is mine!
But the big news happened yesterday at The Woodlands Marathon in Texas. Mike M. ran 3:55, a 43 minute PR. Guiding him at Boston just got a lot harder.