Monthly Archives: November 2010

Running down a mountain with almost nothing on my feet.

I always loved running up mountains.  The effort, pacing, spirit, terrain, and weather all posed challenges which differed day to day.  While living in Colorado I became proficient in this- finishing 2nd twice in the Pikes Peak Ascent and top … Continue reading

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Conceptual evidence and the “theories” and “truths” of running injuries

We often speak of conceptual evidence vs. randomized double blind (participant and reviewer and blinded to groups) trials as different levels of evidence. Another piece to this is concealed allocation, that is where the person on the front end randomizing … Continue reading

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A homegrown event with a National impact…and lots of Newton shoes

The Newton sponsored Freedom’s Run (www.freedomsrun.org) was a huge success in only its second year.  The event was actually 5 all in a day.  3 of the events sold out in it is now the largest event in the state … Continue reading

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Teri Biebel- A Runner is Born

I don’t want to run. It’s not something I ever wanted to do. I was never good at it. I never enjoyed it. Through 15 years of marriage, I had always turned my husband down whenever he asked me to … Continue reading

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