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BY: Nate Anderson
I wrote a few months ago about potentially running the Charleston Marathon. It was a spontaneous idea and one which I did not put much thought into. Running a marathon has always been on my bucket...
BY: Katie Hurst
Remember to do the bend-over test before buying those yoga pants, ladies.    Last night I was out on a run and saw something that no one should ever be subjected to while exercising. The...
BY: Katie Hurst
If you are out and about in Charleston this morning, you may have seen a bunch of runners with flowers in their hair wearing handmade race bibs decorated with markers. No, the hippie running...
BY: Tim Brennan
Like everyone else, I have some thoughts on the Boston Marathon bombings. I am a runner. Runners are different than a lot of athletes. We don't "shoot around" or "hit some balls" to get better...
BY: Katie Hurst
If you’re like me, you’ve probably just realized that the Cooper River Bridge Run is less than a week away and you're starting to freak out a little. I definitely should have run the bridge more...
BY: Katie Hurst
The Charleston Marathon is this weekend and if you’re signed up to run your first one (either full or half), I’d say the nerves are probably setting in pretty strongly right about now. As a recent...
BY: Katie Hurst
I’ve heard a lot of buzz in the last few days about this editorial in the British journal Heart that argues long-term endurance sports like running might actually damage the heart and decrease...
BY: Katie Hurst
Now that daylight savings time is over, I’ve had to mix up my running schedule to include more early-morning runs. I am not a morning person by any means, but I also don’t like to run in the dark....
BY: Katie Hurst
Last week, I flew back home to Oklahoma to run my first 15K with my mom (it was her sixth!). The Tulsa Run is to my hometown what the Cooper River Bridge Run is to Charleston, so participating in the...
BY: Katie Hurst
With temperatures hanging out in the 70s lately, I haven’t been busting out my bikini and boogie board and heading to the beach as much these last few weeks. As cooler weather rolls in, laying half...
BY: Katie Hurst
Something terrible happened to me while I was running the Ravenel Bridge last night. About halfway through my run… my iPod died. I don’t know about you, but I pretty much rely on my running...
BY: Katie Hurst
I don't know why you started running. Maybe to lose weight, to compensate for eating fried food and beer, to de-stress, to meet a goal, to escape a rabid animal? They're all great reasons to...
BY: Katie Hurst
Charleston—it's practically a three-dimensional postcard and has no shortage of good, scenic places to run. And with October temps cooling things down, there’s really no reason not to hop off that...
BY: Claire O'Bryan
2008 triathlon—that's me on the right   Until I was an adult, I had never run in a competitive race. I never felt the need to, and didn’t really see the point. One day in 2008, I decided in my...


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