5954 total / 0 in 2019

Injury free f̶o̶r̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶r̶e̶s̶t̶ ̶o̶f̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶y̶e̶a̶r̶ period. I'm well past fed up with being sidelined by injuries.

Friends (25)

  • Harry H.

    Harry H.

    Denver, CO, various races

  • Luc F.

    Luc F.

    , Following Coach's Traning Plain and doing a PB for Half Marathon.

  • Theresa L.

    Theresa L.

    US, sub 25 5k--complete sub 52 10k--complete sub 1:50 at Shamrock Half--complete (1:49) MCM 2011--complete Patriot Half Ironman 2012--complete

  • Curtis J.

    Curtis J.

    Brooklyn, NY, for 2016: return to beyond 100% after my injury; get my race pace down to 8:30/mile (got close...again); do Ragnar Relay race again

  • Gene G.

    Gene G.

    North Plainfield, NJ, 2015: Podium USATF-NJ Grand Prix. 3:14 Boston, 3:08 Philly. VT 100K unsupported.

  • Gunter V.

    Gunter V.

    Lincoln, NE, Ultramarathon in 2016. Mainly: to enjoy running, injury-free, as fast as possible, as slow as necessary.

  • Denise S.

    Denise S.

    Rochester, NY,

  • Alex E.

    Alex E.

    Gilroy, CA, Lose 20 pounds and run a marathon.

  • Kai


    San Luis Obispo, CA, To acquire many leather bound books, an apartment that smells of rich mahogany and ultimately become kind of a big deal.

  • Scott L.

    Scott L.

    Raleigh, NC, Injury free running. Distance is irrelevant.

  • James W.

    James W.

    Norwalk, CT, Boston Marathon April and Bighorn 100 June.

  • Gordie B.

    Gordie B.

    Brooklyn, NY, Sub-3:00 Marathon (3:06.50 PR). Sub-1:26 Half (1:27.45 PR). Sub-38 min 10K (38:51 PR), sub-18 min 5K (18:29 PR), sub-5 min mile (5:24 PR).

  • Sarah


    Washington, DC,

  • Luau W.

    Luau W.

    Boston, MA, -Eventually go 3:15 in a marathon, 1:30 in a half, sub 37:00 in a 10K and sub 18:00 in a 5K... -Convince at least 10 people a year to take up running

  • Arun D.

    Arun D.

    Astoria, NY, I've competed in more than 50 events; mostly running races with one sprint triathlon and two duathlons. My next goal: ING NYC Marathon.

  • Glenn J.

    Glenn J.

    New York, NY, Recovering from a torn Achilles and losing 40 lbs to get back to prime running weight. Run a 5k by June.

  • Jeffrey K.

    Jeffrey K.

    New York, NY,

  • Noodfoot Dood

    Noodfoot Dood

    Santa Monica, CA, 1) Be a happy & healthy barefoot runner. 2) Binge myself with natural light and run with the best air possible. 3) Eat the best pre & post running meals.

  • Ben D.

    Ben D.

    North Little Rock, AR, Ironman

  • Craig H A.

    Craig H A.

    Pueblo, CO, Run for fun. Run for life. Comfortable walking, hiking and running barefoot and wearing huaraches. Enjoy a 30 minute run. Easy 5k race when I am able.

  • Ted B.

    Ted B.

    Anchorage, AK, Not break anything, and run for fun :)

  • Dakila D.

    Dakila D.

    New York, NY, My 2011 Bucket List: the NYC Half; the NYRR Half-Marathon series; the NYC Century Bike Tour; the Nautica NYC Triathlon: and the ING NYC Marathon.

  • Dafni


    , Marathon

  • Erin


    Atlanta, GA, Kick Ass in the RnR Vegas 13.1 while running with Team Challenge in honor of my little brother.

  • Doug S.

    Doug S.

    Atlanta, GA, So, I met my first goal of being able to run for 30 minutes. Next goal is to be able to run 3 miles in under 30 minutes.