Checking my ego at the trailhead

My earliest running experiences were the unorganized, free-for-all child kind. I didn't participate in "fun runs" or youth cross country. I just ran. I grew up on a 92-acre farm in Kentucky, in between Louisville (the state's largest city) and Frankfort (its capital). I had a seemingly endless expanse of forests and corn fields waiting... Continue Reading →

Youth cross-country a boon to Bluegrass image

Kentucky — a state known for bourbon and fried chicken, but increasingly known also for running. Despite the south being football country, and Kentucky specifically being basketball country, the ranks of top-notch young runners are swelling across the Bluegrass state. In the past two weeks, cross-country season has ended with a bang in Louisville. Derby... Continue Reading →

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