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Category Archives: running
You can find Bob Mueller’s warm smile and joyful demeanor at many BAR runs. Bob’s pure enjoyment of running for running’s sake is the secret behind that glow. “I never was and never have been a competitive runner.” Bob didn’t … Continue reading
The relationship between runners and beer can run deep. A friend of mine was asked about beer and running. “Doesn’t drinking beer hurt your running?” His response: “The only problem with drinking beer and running is you might spill some!” … Continue reading
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I played sports growing up—wrestling, soccer, and baseball—and always ran as a part of these activities. But I never considered myself a runner. It was always a chore, and painful one in that. I’ve had asthma since as far back … Continue reading
Anyone who has seen Beau Seegmiller arrive at a BAR event with his characteristically joyful smile knows that Beau loves being part of a running community. He joined the BAR six months after moving to the Treasure Valley, and immediately … Continue reading
We all run for different reasons. What is interesting for Randi Walters is how the reasons and character of her running has taken on additional aspects through the years. Randi was active in high school. She participated in the team … Continue reading
This month, Randy Thompson shares a race report he has written describing how he completed his first marathon. Enjoy! Sunday, Oct 9, 2016, Portland Oregon (d2) The runner staggered slightly as another wave of pain shot through his legs. Off … Continue reading
“I was very anti-exercise. I did not believe in it.” That was Jill’s view before taking up running. All her friends were having babies and saying that exercise helps delivery. She said, “No, exercise does not help delivery.” True to … Continue reading
“I get it now, this Boston thing,” says Rob Hancock after he finished the Boston Marathon in 2009. “Still the pinnacle running experience” of his life, Rob’s peak race highlights the long journey it takes to master the marathon. He … Continue reading