Friends (641)

  • Robert R.

    Robert R.

    Palm Harbor, FL, 6,000 miles

  • Chad S.

    Chad S.

    Roanoke, TX, Live Fit

  • Bryan G.

    Bryan G.

    Watertown, WI, Chicago 2016. Handful of summer halfs. Stay injury free and give back to the running community.

  • Eric S.

    Eric S.

    St. Louis, MO, Finish before sunrise in Leadville.

  • Caloy B.

    Caloy B.

    Philippines, PH, Run 'til I'm a hundred and one

  • Chris J.

    Chris J.

    Goshen, IN, In 2017: Train to Qualify; 1200 miles; run a little faster than last year; more shirts; AND: Run my 50th marathon (Monumental in Indy).

  • Jim M.

    Jim M.

    Buford, GA, Running every day for the rest of my life.

  • Kristie C.

    Kristie C.

    Las Vegas, NV, I have goals, they are personal. I compete against myself.

  • Shelly

    Shelly

    , 20 lbs and a 10k (ran my 5k 10/14/2012) 10K done xten... next goal 4/20/13 1/2 marathon...done 2:50 and sore calves . Next goals 5&10k personal records.

  • Philip

    Philip

    Roanoke, VA, Run most of the same races I ran last year, but with faster times. Complete a Century Ride(Done 5-20-12). Complete a Half Iron Triathlon in 2021 or sooner.

  • Danny W.

    Danny W.

    Gloucester Courthouse, VA, Just trying to get healthy and stay that way! No more injuries!

  • Tracy W.

    Tracy W.

    Milton, GA, Just keep running ...

  • Kate W.

    Kate W.

    NH, Run a marathon or longer in all 50 states

  • Jon Flex L.

    Jon Flex L.

    Virginia Beach, VA, Over 5 1/2 years Running at least a Mile Everyday, 21 Marathons done -who knows what I'll do next? Rock On!

  • Michelle D.

    Michelle D.

    MA, Returning to half marathons!

  • Kelownagurl T.

    Kelownagurl T.

    Kelowna, BC, Exercise every day.

  • Larissa M.

    Larissa M.

    Seattle, WA, 2017 GOALS: Boston Marathon PR, 42k PR,weight train 2x per week // PRs: 20 mi (2:28) / 21k (1:34) / 5 mi (25:08) 5k (19:36) // 5x consecutive Boston marathoner

  • Martin P.

    Martin P.

    Cochrane, AB, To recover from a clot on the brain that I was diagnosed with at the end of February 2015

  • Zahida M.

    Zahida M.

    North Vancouver, BC, - Run injury free all year!!!

  • Kathy

    Kathy

    Maryville, TN, Seems like I have slowed down the last couple of years. Still working on reaching a 100 half marathons in 2018!

  • Ade O.

    Ade O.

    Atlanta, GA, Inspire others

  • Michael S.

    Michael S.

    Port Royal, SC, The rest of my life; 70.3 in 2012; 140.6 by 60 (2014) and more pr's whatever anyone else thinks is possible :)

  • Jack B.

    Jack B.

    Atlanta, GA, At the age of 50, I ran my first marathton. Since then I have run three more and looking to add another in 2014. I'm slow, but I enjoy the ride.

  • Phil G.

    Phil G.

    Powder Springs, GA, To find the right balance of strength training and endurance training to satisfy both of my personalities. So far it's always been one or the other.

  • Keath L.

    Keath L.

    Brinnon, WA, At this point, just get back in shape and make running a regular habit I enjoy instead of a chore.