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Just a Five-Minute Run

Just a Five-Minute Run

Sep 24, 2010 September 24, 2010

You won’t run again. I don’t really set concrete goals. In fact, I find it best to have no goals whatsoever; that way I won’t be disappointed if I don’t reach them. Hopefully some hiking by mid-summer, and some easy climbs by fall. Seriously, for me the goals are… Read More

Ultra Tough

Ultra Tough

Aug 30, 2010 August 30, 2010

There’s a great saying that goes, “If you don’t travel, you stagnate.” I think the idea also applies to engaging ourselves with people beyond our usual crowd. We can so easily get stuck in our own little circles, which also breeds stagnation and ignorance. And so two weekends ago… Read More

Breakin’ Mama’s China

Breakin’ Mama’s China

By Craig Holloway   |   Nov 24, 2009 November 24, 2009

The Hardrock Hundred Mile Endurance Run through Colorado’s San Juan Mountains starts and finishes in the mountain town of Silverton, and has a total elevation gain of 33,000 feet. I’d met my friend Roch Horton at Grouse Gulch, the 42-mile mark, intending to pace him as far… Read More

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