Taken on its merits, Eliud Kipchoge’s marathon career will have been the bridge spanning the 2:00:00 marathon barrier. After his 2:02:37 win in London 2019, his top… Read more “IT’S AN AGE-OLD QUESTION”
Tag: Berlin Marathon
“THE TASTE FOR FATIGUE”
(21 Dec. 2018) Today, in this season to be jolly, we wish a happy 74th birthday to famed Italian Coach Renato Canova, who has prepared many a… Read more ““THE TASTE FOR FATIGUE””
BEKELE STILL TRYING TO FIND HIS GROOVE
Strange to see Kenenisa Bekele still having issues in his marathons after such a long run of success on the track and cross country. After being widely… Read more “BEKELE STILL TRYING TO FIND HIS GROOVE”
BREAKING 2 STILL ALLURING?
And so the grand experiment has come to a conclusion. And, oh, so close did it come to its vaunted goal, just one second per mile short… Read more “BREAKING 2 STILL ALLURING?”
IS IT REALLY ROAD RACING ANYMORE?
The separation between the sport of foot-racing and the experience of a closed-road “happening”, all under the rubric of Road Racing, has become so profound –… Read more “IS IT REALLY ROAD RACING ANYMORE?”
ROMNEY AT ODDS WITH PATIENCE AND AMBITION
As the professional fields for the 2012 BMW Berlin and Bank of America Chicago Marathons have been announced, it reminds us that the marathon requires a different… Read more “ROMNEY AT ODDS WITH PATIENCE AND AMBITION”