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Interview: Alicia Marie Eno Juyl, Boston Qualifier in all 50 States (+DC!)

Name: Alicia Marie Eno Juhl Age: 39 Hometown: Munger, Michigan College: Western MI University and Eastern Michigan University Residence: Shrewsbury, MA Distances: all from 5k to Ultra ( 50 miles longest race to date) Notable Accomplishments: Winner of 2016 Red Rock Canyon Marathon Winner of 2016 Hoover Dam Marathon Winner of…
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Running Debates: Miles or Minutes?

Miles or minutes? Minutes or miles? It's an age-old topic of debate among runners and coaches alike, one that seems to have only grown more fervent as new technologies have developed. In the past, when *all* watches did was tell time, running for minutes was clearly the easiest choice. With…
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New Year’s Resolutions: 2017

Cliché or not, a new year is beginning, and that means it's time for resolutions. After looking back on 2016 and analyzing my training (the good, the bad, and the ugly!), I have come up with my four running-related New Year's resolutions for 2017: Make time for recovery Live and…
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ShinTekk: Small Device, Big Impact

Throughout most of high school and college, I was invincible. The only real injuries I ever sustained were two minor overuse injuries - bursitis in my hip my senior year of high school and tendinitis in my left knee my senior year of college. Both injuries kept me out for…
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Interview: Rosa Moriello, Newly Minted Team USA Member

Bio Name: Rosa Moriello Age: 24 Current Residence: Brighton, MA High School: Naugatuck (CT) High School, 2010 College: Boston University, 2015 Club: The Heartbreakers Personal Records: 1500m - 4:25 3000m - 9:19 5000m - 16:03 5k road - 16:20 6k XC - 20:00 4 mile - 21:34 10k road -…
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Non-Runners Guide to Gifts for Runners

When you have a runner in the family, you know it. Whether you see their post-race, medal-centric pictures flooding their Facebook or Instagram feeds, or they can’t help but blurt out at the holiday dinner table that they recently set a personal best, you are fully aware (sometimes painfully aware)…
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Fall 2016: The Leaves Changed, And So Did I

Well, I did it again. I dropped off the face of the Earth for an absurd amount of time. My bad. It’s not that I didn’t want to write or even that I didn’t remember to write. There were several times in the last few months where I physically sat…
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New Hampshire 10 Miler

There's always something in a race. Blisters. Wind. Digestive issues. Chaffing. Someone sitting on you. Your shoe coming untied. Taking a wrong turn. Two weeks ago at the Bobby Doyle 5 Miler it was the sweltering heat and high humidity. Today at the New Hampshire 10 Miler, it was the hills. The…
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