Sometimes, we just have to go back and revisit the view and refresh the vision that we had from the mountain. That applies to our Why as well as to our spouse. No matter what, your Why is still there as radiant and full of possibilities as ever. Two and a half miles later you be going through a place called Manitoga (914 424 3812). This is 80 acres of destroyed land that was purchased by a rich man back in the 1940s and he spent the next 30 years restoring it. Today it a beautiful garden of nature trails and forests that you can explore.
On the night of Apr. 5, when the coach of college basketball’s newly crowned champion climbs a ladder in Indianapolis to cut down the nets, the moment will be freighted with emotion and money. March Madness, after all, isn’t just a basketball tournament; it’s a cash cow.
Teammate Amane Gobena finished second in 34:08.39.Throughout the race, Mohammed looked back over both shoulders constantly, even though she won with an almost 10 second lead.Running legend and Bolder Boulder announcer Frank Shorter joked that Mohammed set a record for the number of times she looked behind her.just wanted to make sure that her teammates were behind her, a translator said for Mohammed.American runner Deena Kastor, 40, set the pace for the pack around the two mile mark, but a small group began to pull away around mile three and Kastor fell back.Kastor, the first American to finish, ran the 10K in 34:43.62 for a fourth place finish, and waved to the crowd with both hands as she ran into the stadium. Kastor won the race in 2001, 2002 and 2003, and most recently finished third in 2012.be able to honor the people that have served our country the best way I know how putting one foot in front of the other I was running in their honor today for sure, Kastor said.Team USA finished third overall, followed by Team Colorado.Boulder runner and University of Colorado graduate Laura Thweatt ran for Team USA and finished 12th, a few seconds in front of Longmont runner and 2012 women’s citizens race winner Nuta Olaru.Thweatt’s first ever Bolder Boulder experience was tough, she said, but being able to run into Folsom Field made up for the pain.though I was dying, nothing’s cooler than running into the stadium, said Thweatt, who trains with the Boulder Track Club. Would do it again in a heartbeat.
That’s great news for Paul and Lyra Rider, avid joggers who live in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles. Jogging on Mulholland Drive, they say, offers fantastic views along with a relatively flat route. Paul, 46, jogs a seven to eight minute mile not as fast as his younger days.