Germany’s Guido Muller reveals his secret to running success, moments after smashing the M70 400 meters World Record at the WMA Masters Track & Field World Championships in Lahti, Finland.
Surprised by his answer? I am and I’m not.
Surprised that it’s so blunt. Not surprised because life is like this – pretty obvious.
Carpe diem, jeff noel in Lane 8 🙂
The 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field National Champions are Texas A&M. Go Aggies!
Not only did the Texas A&M women win the National title, but so did the Texas A&M men’s track team.
Here’s the aricle on this amazing feat that hasn’t been done since 1990.
My thoughtful wife actually saw the meet being televised. She knows that Track & Field is the one sport I try to make time to watch.
While writing several blog posts yesterday, I was able to follow the action. It’s always special and inspiring to me, to see something significant and rare happen.
Carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂
Celebrex or Celebrate?
I took my final Celebrex capsule yesterday.
And I also took the day off from training.
Heading out for a five-mile run shortly, before flying to Niagara Falls, New York.
When I think about the journey, with its struggles and trials, I couldn’t even jog ten years ago. And when I did start jogging two years later, I ran one mailbox per day for a week.
The following week, two mailboxes per day for a week. Third week? You guessed it, three mailboxes per day for a week.
Here we are just over a decade later, and I’m still jogging.
And heading to the 2009 Master’s Track and Field World Championships in Finland.
Amazing what can happen when you don’t give. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂