One Regular Man's Journey to the Boston Marathon


Mario Lemieux

What a Ride!

Sunday, June 18, 2017 Really, it all started like a cool winter breeze. The calm before the storm if you will. When I look back on it all, it seems impossible. It’s not the least bit funny, but the entire… Continue Reading →

A Brush With Greatness

Monday, October 17, 2016 Yesterday I capped off a very tiresome weekend by running the Mario Lemieux & Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation 6.6k race (roughly 4.1 miles) through the streets of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  It was the middle length and second test… Continue Reading →

My Cup Runneth Over

Monday, June 6, 2016 With all due discretion to my personal religious beliefs, I borrow for the sake of this post the continuation and next part of one of my favorite bible verses.  Most everyone should at least be familiar… Continue Reading →

Monday, July 27, 2015 I awoke this morning to begin the fourth week of training and I heard rain pounding on the roof of the house and even a little bit of thunder off in the distance.  Running in the… Continue Reading →

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