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Spikes 4 Tykes

September 12, 2012


In April of this year (2012) an article was written in the UNC college newspaper called The Daily Tar Heel on freshman track & field middle distance runner O’Neal Wanliss and his charity called Spikes 4 Tykes. His organization sends track shoes to youth runners in Jamaica–a country well-known for its’ successful history in Track […]

Where Do You Run?

June 28, 2012


I live and run in Newport Beach, California. I live within 5 or 6 miles of the Pacific ocean. I run on the beach at least once a week. Where I run it’s sunny and warm (average temperature is 65 degrees) 360 out of 365 days a year! Yes, I know I’m spoiled living here […]

To Tell The Story Of Running

June 28, 2012


At The Run Project, we are working on a lot of really great ways to tell the story of running. The company may have been born from a conversation that revolved around asking runners around the world the simple question “Why Do You Run?” but it has evolved over the past ten months to include […]

A Question Every Runner is Asked: Why do you run?

June 18, 2012


Runners are asked a lot of questions about their “addiction” to a way of life that seems absurd to the non-runner. Non-runners seem to ask these questions in hopes of understanding why anyone would choose to run. In my opinion, there are three commonly asked questions: 1. What’s your mile time? 2. Have you ever […]

The Run Project?

June 9, 2012


It all started with a profound and abstract statement–We believe running can save the world. What followed that statement was a discussion for a book called Why Running Can Save The World, a book we are now writing. Before we could fully dive into writing this book, however, we felt like we had to answer one […]