Monday, October 23, 2017
“It was very hot and humid and I didn't feel like I was in my zone like I usually do in races, so I was excited to find out that I actually ran a PR.” Would you run a marathon...
“I don't mind someone beating me, just as long as I put everything into what I did.” Jennifer Lock loves a challenge. The former self-described “overweight couch potato” made over her own life, transforming into a marathon runner and weight...
Colorado resident Chris Lloyd finished climbing all of the fourteeners in Colorado — mountain peaks with elevations of at least 14,000 feet — and was looking for a new challenge. He found it when the Blueprint for Athletes Leadman...
At 415 lbs, life for Neal Bendesky wasn’t just hard, it was impossible! A life time of bad eating habits, combined with a high stress job in the world of sports marketing, left Neal in poor health with the clock running...
In 2015, Athlinks interviewed Randy Kam, known in the running community as the guy with the cancer sign on his back: Advanced Prostate Cancer Chemo Starts Next Week Guys Get Checked Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in 2015, Kam persevered, continuing to do what he...
This is our second part of our June Athlinks' member profile. This month we decided to look at the Athlinks' members (female and male) who had run the most marathons. David Bell was the male Athlinks' member with the most...
Each month we will spotlight one or two of our Athlinks' members who have some interesting facts about their endurance profile and then interview these members. This month we decided to look at the Athlinks' members (female and male)...