As I approached the end of the first half of the 2012 Philadelphia marathon, I looked longingly at the finish … More
Category: Sports Hernia
Surgery: Was it Successful?
I noticed the new message request in Facebook messenger as I perused the daily pictures of people’s dinners, cats, and … More
The Rites of Spring
As we bumped and bounced our way along route 90 outside of Boston, people in cars beeped and waved as … More
Tri’ing Again . . Sort of
“Ouch. Perhaps I better stop and have a look at my heel.” I thought this just after my Garmin clicked … More
I Still Don’t Know How Fast I’m Not
“Really!? That’s great!” This was the response of the volunteer at the check-in desk when I chose the 10K distance … More
Running Just Worked
Have you ever passed out? Just before passing out your ears start ringing, your vision shrinks to a tiny tunnel, … More
The Rehab Games!
I don’t watch a lot of television other than some sports and, given my druthers, I’d rather watch something aside … More
Okay. Uncle. Enough.
“How’s your ankle Pete?” This question was posed by master Valley Forge trail running guide Jeff Wrenn. It was well … More
It’s Time to Race Again
Yesterday right around noon, Desi Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years. It … More
I Think I’ve Gone Into the Wardrobe
The squirrel sat staring up at me near my front porch. A flurry of snow tumbled to the ground around … More
Things Really Aren’t So Bad
I’ve spent a lot of time preoccupied with injuries the last couple years. In fact, I’ve been downright obsessed with … More
Back on the ‘Mill
After weeks of rehab from surgery, the day had finally come to begin running again. I stepped confidently on the … More