April 18 2018
Since running gives so much to us, we take a moment to highlight some of the ways we can give back to our community through running.
CHRISTINE CLARK famously trained almost exclusively on a treadmill in her basement to prepare for the 2000 Olympic Marathon Trials, which she won in a time of 2:38.
MAGDALENA LEWY BOULET started running indoors after the birth of her son. The Olympian now trains on a treadmill one or two days a week and takes advantage of the incline settings to do hill work.
TERA MOODY relies on the ‘mill as a safe place to train in the wee hours of the morning. The 2:30 marathon runner, known to read and run simultaneously, has joked, “I do get a lot of weird looks if I’m running a sub-6 minute pace while reading a magazine.”