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How friends saved my life at the 2013 Boston Marathon.

There will be thousands of “close call” stories from today’s┬áBoston Marathon and here’s mine. I had knee surgery (torn meniscus) in January. Recovery has been slow and painful, so while the annual running of the Boston Marathon typically means I run for time, today I opted to run for fun. If you saw me [...]

15 April 2013 at 18:15 - Comments

ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser on Cyclists: “RUN THEM DOWN.”

Yes, he really said it. Tony Kornheiser wins today’s “douchebag of the day” award for last week’s rant against cyclists on his ESPN sports talk radio show. Some of his comments are listed below; you can listen to the show here (11-Mar, starts @ 31:30) or read the entire transcript here. EDIT: ESPN [...]

18 March 2010 at 02:24 - Comments
Anonymous
already poosted on 5 forums, LET THE FIRE STORM BEGIN!!!
23 March 10 at 02:22
Anonymous
tony cornhole is a megadouche. i hope he loses his job.
24 March 10 at 20:26

running on my muffled mind.

november is here, which means i’m thinking about running again… and hopefully i’ll do more than just think about it within a week or two. and with the return to running comes my return to bostonrunner.com. but a few things have changed since i last posted from arizona back in march… for starters, i’ve [...]

8 November 2009 at 19:12 - Comments

U.S. Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials – huh?

NYC hosted the men’s trials the day before their marathon and we’re doing the same up here in Boston… only better. Read about this and more from the quotable David McGillvary today. After reading the article, let’s have some fun: comment here about the other 10% of the time Dave crosses the Mass Ave. [...]

20 February 2008 at 23:55 - Comments

Leaky calcium channels & snips of thigh muscle

Scientists claim to have figured out why muscles get tired and developed a drug to eliminate fatigue. Clearly, this would be a performance-enhancing drug… so should it be banned? Is this really that much different than ibuprofen? And how the hell did they get anyone to agree to this?

“Highly trained bicyclists rode stationary bikes at [...]

13 February 2008 at 15:02 - Comments