Author: Still a Runner
Mary Lou writes about the adventures and misadventures of a senior runner, ultra trail runner and hiker. She is an RRCA-accredited race director. Mary Lou Harris is a proponent of active living, community volunteerism and inquisitive travel.
Running the Kamehameha
A Spirit of Giving throughout the Running Year
I Went for a Run & Found a Holiday Parade (#wordlesswednesday)
Happy 50th, Harrisburg Marathon
Back on the Track: State Senior Games – Delaware
When you don’t know why a race is going badly …
Think You are immune to Dehydration?
Hiking the ‘Aiea Loop Trail
The Firecracker Run that Fizzled
If the Running Shoe Fits
Senior Games 2022 Wrap-Up – or Why Should You Participate
From the Track to the Path – What the Duck
Off to the Track at Miramar – National Senior Games
National Senior Games – Event #2 – 10K
National Senior Games – Fort Lauderdale – One Year Delayed and off to the 5K
The Capital 10-Miler Never Disappoints
Syracuse Half Marathon Review
It’s nearly Spring – Middle Creek Migration
A Spontaneous Run Up (and Down) Wilhelmina Rise
Honolulu Marathon Report – Dark Start, Hot Finish
And the marathon finish time is ……..
Guestimate your Marathon Finish Time
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