Get Inspired for Race Day

  • “Of all the races, there is no better stage for heroism than a marathon.” – Dr. George Sheehan, cardiologist and former medical editor for Runner’s World magazine
  • “It is difficult to train for a marathon, but it is even more difficult to not be able to train for a marathon.” – Aaron Douglas Trimble, actor
  • “You’re running on guts. On fumes. Your muscles twitch. You throw up. You’re delirious. But you keep running because there’s no way out of this hell you’re in because there’s no way you’re not crossing the finish line. It’s a misery that non-runners don’t understand.” – Martine Costello, journalist and content strategist
  • Marathoning is like cutting yourself unexpectedly. You dip into the pain so gradually that the damage is done before you are aware of it. Unfortunately, when the awareness comes, it is excruciating.” – John Farrington Australian marathoner
  • “The marathon is not really about the marathon, it’s about the shared struggle. And it’s not only the marathon but the training.” – Bill Buffum, Boulder Road Runners


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