This spring, I’m running my second Boston Marathon. Follow along and pick up some training tips as I prepare for one of the biggest races of my career.
This year I ran on four continents, in eleven countries and in six states, all to prepare for the biggest race of my career, the Boston Marathon.
I ran the Havana Half Marathon in 2014 and hunted down the best places to eat, stay and visit while in Cuba. Read more about my race and my adventures here.
The Boston Marathon wasn’t just another race for me. I’d wanted to run it since I was 16 years old. Here’s how my dream came true.
The 2014 TCS NYC Marathon was a race to remember. Here are five things about it that I’ll never forget.
Monte Carlo is filled with swanky hotels, fancy restaurants and glamorous beaches. It’s also a great place to run. Here’s why.
A father with brain cancer recently won a marathon while pushing his daughter in a stroller. Here’s how his story inspired me as I ran my own race.
Running 2013’s ING NYC Marathon definitely wasn’t easy. But it sure was worth it. Here’s what I learned.
Training in a new place is exciting, but it takes preparation. Here’s what I learned about exploring new running routes during my trip to Germany.
The Bolder Boulder Colorado 10K is challenging and exciting. If you’re not used to running at higher altitudes, it’s a race that will literally take you to new heights.