Running in a Winter Runderland

Although it appeared winter came early with the ice and frigid temperatures, the first day of winter wasn’t until December 21.  By that time the ice had receded, but it […]

The Community Bicyclist

From Sundown to Sunset

Rachel Speer

Holiday runs have always had their place in the running community. With Thanksgiving in central Arkansas we get the Go!bbler Turkey Trot and Sunset 6/12/24 Hour Endurance Run. For the […]

2013 Searcy Legacy Series

Almost a year ago I did an article about the different race series in Arkansas.  I made the comment about others series being added, if we gave them time.  The […]

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It’s the Great Pumpkin!

Woodstock and Snoopy Runners.

For those unfamiliar with The Great Pumpkin, Linus van Pelt said, “There are three things I have learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin.”  I’m […]

Ready. Set. Glow

Not knowing what to expect, I returned to Batesville on the last night before fall.  It was actually jacket weather.  I couldn’t believe it.  This was the fourth time this […]

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Arkansas 20K – The Last Big Summer Run

The Start

On the eve of fall, 188 runners finished the 32nd Arkansas 20K.  It was the sixteenth race in the Arkansas Grand Prix Series.  After a rainy Friday, the outlook on […]

The Final Lap for Sara

Over 250 runners gathered at Batesville High school for the seventh and final Sara Low Memorial 5K held on Saturday, September 7, 2013.  It was a beautiful day similar to […]

New course, but still classic

As always, everyone had a great time.

Holidays and races compliment each other well.  Valentine’s Day races give you the opportunity to share your love of running in February and Turkey Trots are a cornucopia of fun […]

It’s Hot, Run Like A Bandit

Running during the summer is not an easy task.  The heat and humidity can be discouraging even in mild summers.  To help runners push through a time when motivation can […]

Okay, let’s focus!

Obviously this was not my name sign, but someone was being rather anonymous.

While many of my friends enjoyed Mt. Nebo on Saturday, I was in Little Rock for the RRCA Coaching Certification.  Coaching?  You didn’t know I wanted to be a coach?  […]