That Was Then In 1990 one woman crossed the finish line at a road race for every three male finishers.
That Was Then Recovering from a run used to mean sitting. Those in tune with their bodies may have done a few stretches, but otherwise
That Was Then Colors were subdued and hydration was clear and simple, with tap water being the recovery drink of choice.
That Was Then Dick Beardsley started running cross country in high school when he realized football wasn’t for him. He ran in college
That Was Then In the early days of racing, runners ran for themselves. Crowds were meager, racing fields small and events low-key with no
That Was Then Running and racing was once limited to the pure sport theaters of track ovals and iconic road routes. The racer’s challenge
That Was Then Crew socks and tube socks, remember them? Once the hallmark of serious athletes, from runners to basketball players, and
That Was Then When the women’s running revolution began in the ’70s, ladies ran in their everyday bras, resulting in chafe, wayward
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That Was Then Not so long ago, runners would show up for a race and run to the finish, keeping it pure, simple and fast.