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Park City Half Marathon by Jesus Castaneda

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Just want to say thanks to Jesus, one of our SLRC employees, for sending in this race report. I am sure it is no surprise that one of my favorite things about this post is his nutrition choices for dinner the night before and breakfast. Great stuff! No wonder you ran so much faster! Seriously…

Jena’s Journey

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Thank you so much Jena for sending us your story. It seems as though that no matter who you are, your goals, your experience or your natural talent level, the dedication it takes to get where you want to go is unchanging. It is so inspirational to talk to all kinds of people and be…

2 good legs–Lorie Hutchison

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Our guest blogger today is Lorie Hutchison. She has found a way to turn what she loves into a way to serve others. Her mission is to raise money for the Challenged Athlete Foundation(CAF) through running. Thanks Lorie for reminding us to be grateful and giving of the strengths, health and talents we have. How…

Running For Lean Times

Guy forwarded this great article to me last week. I think there is something about it we can all relate to. No matter what level you are, there is a simplistic joy and pain to be found in the one sport that is man against himself. Running. RUNNING FOR LEAN TIMES–It’s no accident that jogging…

BORN TO RUN book Signing at Kings English

I just found out from Jodi P. that there will be a book signing of this really interesting looking book titled BORN TO RUN. See below for information. Time: Tuesday, May 12, 2009 7:00 p.m. Location: The King’s English Bookshop Christopher McDougall presents Born to Run.Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest…

Your Story–Cindy Faust

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My name is Cindy Faust(with full white hat,) I’m 37 years old and mother of 3 adorable kids. I’ve always loved playing sports, being active and had hit the road on an occasional run. It had always been a dream of mine to run the St. George Marathon. After my third child, I was mildly…

Hero’s of the Week

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BY GUY This year, like many others, we, the staff at SLRC, ventured down the Moab 1/2 marathon event over spring break. We have a great time working the expo, hanging out with people, running and mountain biking. This year was basically the same, with one exception. During our venture home we found out that…

Moab Half Marathon Tips from Nicole and Stacy

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We’re Real Runners, or so we thought. Our expectations and results of the Moab Half Marathon last year weren’t exactly what we had imagined. After having finished the race suffering through the stomach flu, we swore we would never go back to Moab not even to see the Arch. Bibs for Moab 2009 would teach…

Your Story–Bill and Traci Clark

Traci and Bill, you guys are fabulous! The most amazing thing is not just that you gave a bad habit, but replaced it with something that was hard! Running is fun, but still challenging and sometimes downright painful nonetheless. So, great job on your change of lifestyle! And, we will all cross our fingers for…
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