Inspiration and advice from Black and Brown female trail runners.
While its unclear whether or not JFK 50 mile race will occur this year due to COVID-19, I think its safe to say that at some point in the future the race will go back to its pre-COVID popularity and many people will clamor for their chance to earn their coveted JFK 50 car sticker. … Continue reading “Now thats what I call friendship – Theneshia’s Journey”
Over the past few months we’ve seen Black female runners and outdoor enthusiasts on the covers of the major running and outdoor magazines. It’s been exciting and inspiring to see. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that representation will continue to be a priority for these publications. Nicholle said it best in this week’s post – … Continue reading “Always a good time at the back of the pack – Nicholle’s Journey”
Lisa’s perspective about racing and the benefits of positive self talk is a lesson for everyone. Her discipline and attitude about running is remarkable and I’m honored to share her journey this week. Her story resonated because personally I think that for the average runner (the non-professional athlete) DNFing an ultra – or any race … Continue reading “No room for self doubt – Lisa’s Journey”