was a kid, there was a race I ran annually in my home town. It became
my favorite race mainly because it was one of the few that we had,
and I really enjoyed it. Back then, we did not wear race numbers. You
simply filled out a card at the finish and they matched your card
number with the time they recorded as you crossed the finish line.
Simple, yet effective. But the race I ran the most, the Great
Southern Runaway, was special in many ways, one of them being that
Yeah, but what time do I need to be there?
Running and walking events can be found just about any given
weekend in Mississippi and the surrounding states. This time of year
it's what we do. For Time 2 Run, it's what we call the busy time of
year, or the Spring season. We start timing in late January and it
doesn't let up til late June and this year, we even have multiple
races in July and into August before the Fall season kicks in. We
will time more races this year than our li...
Ask anyone over the age of 50
who has been running most of their life and you can hear some pretty
good stories about how road racing “used to be”. As someone who
began running at age 10 myself, I have seen a lot of changes in the
world of running and racing over the past 36 years.
The advances in running shoes
come to mind. There have been many. Along the way we witnessed the
dominance of Nike evolve before our very eyes. Sure there were other
players in the running boom ...