I recently got the opportunity to do an article for Runner’s World online thanks to Peter Vigneron.  While I normally cover training or science related topics, Peter suggested I take a different approach and reflext on my life in running.  As most of you know I’ve had a number of different roles in this sport.  My own role, as well as what other runners know me as, has seen some dramatic shifts along the way.  In the blog post, I try and grasp my role in the sport, and where I’m headed. I hope you enjoy.


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My unlikely journey through running- Runner’s World Article
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3 thoughts on “My unlikely journey through running- Runner’s World Article

  • September 2, 2010 at 8:33 pm

    Great essay. Do whatever you want, just keep up the blog! 😉

  • September 8, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    Great post on Runner's World Steve – I, for one, am interested to see where life takes you. You've got a lot of good things going for you!



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