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So I Came Home With An Attitude

Yesterday was a long travel day — about 26 hours from our hotel in Bangkok to my driveway in GR. I should be really jet-lagged today, but I had a nice evening […]


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Post-Marathon Briflection

by Bri Kilroy “You are not going to PR on this course.” That was the warning about the Groundhog Marathon to save runners the devastation of not beating their previous […]


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Adam Quinn

Adam Quinn   READ THIS–It’s really cool!


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What’s Next?

We never rest, it seems. The week has been full of dealing with the after-effects. Washing coolers and tubs, storing signs, repacking MyWay box with stuff we won’t have to […]


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The Afterglow

The end of a long journey. The moment you’ve all been waiting for. The FINISH LINE. Sunday, I stood at the finish line and greeted many runners, from the speediest guy […]


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Two days to go …

Last night was our final pre-race staff meeting. We started early. We loaded all the shirts, packet pickup stuff, signs, medals, and about half of my household furniture into a […]


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It’s Mile 25!

Sunday morning.  Or afternoon.  For YOU! It’s Mile 25. God Save The Queen! You’re almost there, just about to jump off the bike path onto Wealthy Street. The 25-mile mark. […]


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Some next-to-last-minute thoughts

There’s poison ivy all over the course out on Indian Mounds and a lot of Millennium Park. Just be aware of that when you’re heading off into the woods for […]


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Aren’t you afraid?

Lots of feelings creep in during the lead up to the marathon. Let me share this story with you. My friend Christa was going to run her first marathon a few years […]


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Doubts?

Sometimes doubt will creep in–you’re getting to the final days of training. Was it enough? Are you really going to be ready a week from Sunday? Relax. It’s natural to […]


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