In Review: Chi Marathon

By: Christian Ward The library of published running books seems to cover every aspect of running and of training for every distance. There are thousands of books on running, from John L. Parker Jr.’s essential running novel, Once a Runner, to books by celebrity runners like Bill Rodgers, Jeff Galloway, and Kathrine Switzer, to Phil … Continue reading

Boston Heat Didn’t Steal Dreyer’s Chi

By:  Michelle Pafford Helms Soaring temperatures in the high 80s  surrounded much of this year’s Boston Marathon, giving 427 runners who did not race the option to defer to the 2013 race, as reported in Runner’s World Magazine, and contributing to hundreds who dropped out along the way. Of the 22,426 participants who reportedly began … Continue reading