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Pilk’s Points: A Recharge Of Inspiration

Caitlyn Pilkington rediscovered her motivation to race after cheering on her charity teammates at a triathlon.

Pilk’s Points: Small Races Offer Big Rewards

A smaller race has a charm to it that's a welcome change of pace.

Pilk’s Points: Running is a Sport…Right?

There’s one sure way to get me fired up during a conversation: challenge running’s validity as a sport. I caught up with my

Pilk’s Points: Slow It Down

By turning down her speed a few notches, Caitlyn Pilkington learned some valuable lessons about running.

Pilk’s Points: 10 Signs Running Is The Answer

When Caitlyn Pilkington needs some clarity, she knows it's time for a run.

Pilk’s Points: Facing A Runner’s Identity Crisis

Caitlyn Pilkington writes about three changes she made in her running life that gave her a new perspective.

Pilk’s Points: An Editor Looks Ahead To The Boston Marathon

The bombing at the 2013 Boston Marathon affected everyone, from the runners and spectators to the staff and journalists at the race.

Pilk’s Points: Submerging Into Recovery

Caitlyn Pilkington re-discovers the benefits of swimming when a running injury forced her off her feet.

Pilk’s Points: What Makes A ‘Good’ Runner?

The idea that "fast" is synonymous with "good" is an idea that holds less water than a paper cup at an aid station.

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