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  • A Runner’s Ode To The Pre-Race Carbo Load

    By Alexi Pappas

    Elite runner Alexi Pappas pens a tribute to a runner's favorite pre-race meal: pasta.

  • A Poem About Running In The Summer Sun

    By Alexi Pappas

    Elite runner Alexi Pappas pens a tribute to summer running and sunny skies.

  • This Poem Is About Believing You Can And It’s

    By Alexi Pappas

    Elite runner Alexi Pappas turns her prose to the topic of belief and knowing what you can become.

  • A Poem About Toeing The Start Line As A Teen

    By Alexi Pappas

    Elite runner Alexi Pappas shares a glimpse at her time as a high school runner.

  • She Qualified For The Greek Olympic Team

    By Alexi Pappas

    She chased her dream like many of us do, and now two of them are happening at the same time.

  • A Poem About Pursuing The Scary Things We “Want”

    By Alexi Pappas

    Alexi Pappas talks about the real scary things in life—the things we "want."

  • How It Feels To Break That Tape

    By Alexi Pappas

    Alexi Pappas shares her latest poem on what it feels like to break the tape—like charging "toward the castle I built myself."

  • Why Running Makes Us Cry Big Kid Tears

    By Alexi Pappas

    In her latest poem, Alexi Pappas explains why running through tears isn't always a bad thing.

  • You Don't Race Bugs, But They Race You

    By Alexi Pappas

    Elite runner Alexi Pappas shares an ode to the creepy crawlers that crowd the woods.

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