Tagged with NYC

“Stop being a girl and go!”

“Stop being a girl and go!”

Last Saturday I had the extreme pleasure of attending the Millrose Games, my favorite running event. Each year I go to watch incredible high schoolers, collegians and professionals, and to feel the magic of Millrose. The 2013 Millrose Games have been called “the best of all time,” and it’s hard to decide where to begin. Olympic sprinter … Continue reading

What do you think about that, satellites?!?

What do you think about that, satellites?!?

If I told you that twenty members of my running club ran together through midtown Manhattan late Sunday morning, you’d think we were nuts, right? You’re right! Wrong! We actually had a purpose! Two purposes, actually. The main purpose was dreamed up by our club treasurer, Tom, a year ago: run through the streets of Manhattan … Continue reading

Take me out to the… race?

Take me out to the… race?

My dad is a hard guy to buy gifts for. He’s the kind of person for whom I wish I could buy a month-long Napa Valley vacation, but have to settle for less-awesome alternatives that fit into a budget, but hopefully inspire a mini version of that vacation feeling. When I think of my dad, several core … Continue reading

The time RVRR ran to the Bronx

The time RVRR ran to the Bronx

There are times when your standard run just isn’t going to cut it and you want something different to mix up your week. RVRR calls these uncommon runs “Adventure Runs.” Usually Adventure Runs are group runs at Watchung Reservation, Hartshorne Woods, Holmdel Park, and other nearby parks, but today our Adventure Run was through Manhattan … Continue reading