Picture day is something to look forward to every year. These runners surely made the most out of their respective roster portraits. Part four of our new weekly series.
One of the more decorated racers in Boston history, he ran 2:21 to win the Marathon in 1911, after being told by doctors his heart murmur would kill him.
I have been intrigued and enchanted by running skirts since my sophomore year running cross and track in college. I specifically remember stumbling across a neon lime green and white patterned skirt with a bright aqua blue waistband and the […]
Take a walk in my shoes. My shoes are beat-to-shit HOKA Clifton 2s, and they are taking you down the steps of the Nostrand Avenue stop for the A and C trains in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. In my shoes you walk […]