Posts Tagged: Running

Feeling Good, Ready to Tunnel – May Updates

So what have I been up to in the last month?  Here it is… Shit is getting real again, and I am more excited about where I am as a runner than I have been in a long time.  Things

Feeling Good, Ready to Tunnel – May Updates

So what have I been up to in the last month?  Here it is… Shit is getting real again, and I am more excited about where I am as a runner than I have been in a long time.  Things

Running is Supposed to Be Fun! – The BCS Marathon Race Recap

The BCS (Bryant-College Station) Marathon – December 13th, 2015 – College Station Texas Running is Supposed to Be Fun My review and recap of the BCS Marathon will have a slightly different flavor than usual.  This race wasn’t about setting

Running is Supposed to Be Fun! – The BCS Marathon Race Recap

The BCS (Bryant-College Station) Marathon – December 13th, 2015 – College Station Texas Running is Supposed to Be Fun My review and recap of the BCS Marathon will have a slightly different flavor than usual.  This race wasn’t about setting

Gutting it Out with the Gators – Brazos Bend 100 (26.2) Race Recap

Brazos Bend 100 – Brazos Bend State Park – Needville, TX – 12/12/15 Oh Texas Texas – oh sweet Texas – what is not to love about you?  You are independent, you are big, you have an amazing culture.  But

Gutting it Out with the Gators – Brazos Bend 100 (26.2) Race Recap

Brazos Bend 100 – Brazos Bend State Park – Needville, TX – 12/12/15 Oh Texas Texas – oh sweet Texas – what is not to love about you?  You are independent, you are big, you have an amazing culture.  But

Rocky Raccoon 50k – Rainy Win in the Piney Woods – Race Recap

Rocky Raccoon 50k – November 7, 2015 – Huntsville State Park The Rocky Raccoon 50k is a fairly small and low key event put on by the East Texas Ultra Runners (ETUR) which base themselves out of Tyler, TX.  The

Rocky Raccoon 50k – Rainy Win in the Piney Woods – Race Recap

Rocky Raccoon 50k – November 7, 2015 – Huntsville State Park The Rocky Raccoon 50k is a fairly small and low key event put on by the East Texas Ultra Runners (ETUR) which base themselves out of Tyler, TX.  The

Anchor Down Ultra – Beautiful Views in RI – Race Recap

For a long time I thought I was biased.  As a Rhode Island native I had always thought that that the charm and beauty of the coastline in Little Rhody was hard to beat.  Whether it be the surf beaten

Anchor Down Ultra – Beautiful Views in RI – Race Recap

For a long time I thought I was biased.  As a Rhode Island native I had always thought that that the charm and beauty of the coastline in Little Rhody was hard to beat.  Whether it be the surf beaten

Davy Crockett Bear Chase Race Recap

The Davy Crockett Bear Chase is a very small marathon run in the very small city of Groveton, Texas.  Groveton, a city of about 1,000 people, is located around 100 miles or so north of Houston, just to the north

Davy Crockett Bear Chase Race Recap

The Davy Crockett Bear Chase is a very small marathon run in the very small city of Groveton, Texas.  Groveton, a city of about 1,000 people, is located around 100 miles or so north of Houston, just to the north

Guns Blazing! The San Felipe Shoot-out Race Recap

What is a Shoot-out Anyway? The San Felipe Shoot-out was an inaugural trail race put on by a wonderful outfit: Trail Racing Over Texas.  This Houston based company is generating some buzz and has created a number of exciting trail

Guns Blazing! The San Felipe Shoot-out Race Recap

What is a Shoot-out Anyway? The San Felipe Shoot-out was an inaugural trail race put on by a wonderful outfit: Trail Racing Over Texas.  This Houston based company is generating some buzz and has created a number of exciting trail

On Running in Houston

Most outsiders would look at Houston and call it anything but a runner’s paradise.  To start with, the continuous feed of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico from April to October allows the invasion of oppressive humidity, one of the

On Running in Houston

Most outsiders would look at Houston and call it anything but a runner’s paradise.  To start with, the continuous feed of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico from April to October allows the invasion of oppressive humidity, one of the