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The Write Stuff

Although Keeping A Training Log Is Useful For Many Runners, Sometimes The Devil Is In The Details. By John Bingham   I was asked recently

In Focus

Learning To Do One Thing Well Eventually Leads To Doing All Things Better By John Bingham   People often ask me if, as a writer, I like to

Happy Trails

Venturing Off-Road Leads to Simple Yet Profound Discoveries. By John Bingham   I’ve never been much of a trail runner. Okay,

Racing The Gremlin

Runners Should Listen To–And Then Ignore–The Voice Inside Their Head. By John Bingham   Ever hear a little voice in your head?

A Year In The Life

You Can’t Truly Succeed Without Making Some Mistakes Along The Way. By John Bingham The late George Sheehan wrote that we are each an

Up And Over

Every New Runner Encounters A Few Bumps Now And Then-The Key Is To Push On By John Bingham   I got my first e-mail address in the mid

White Line Fever

Believe It Or Not, The Human Machine Can Equal The Power Of A Harley. By John Bingham   Until I discovered running, I had only two

Point To Point

Reflections On Running From One Journey To The Next By John Bingham   Ten years ago this month, I wrote a column celebrating my 50th

Of Penguins and Prefontaine

The Measure Of A True Runner Has Little To Do With Speed. By John Bingham   Steve Prefontaine, arguably the heart and spirit of American

Faith, Hope And Charities

Running For Something Other Than Yourself Is The Greatest Gift Of Our Sport  By John Bingham   In the fall of 1966, a very good friend of

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