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While paddling the 2022 Josh Billings RunAground, Eagle sports editor Mike Walsh lost a cellphone but gained a lot of memories and a mug.
As Josh Billings appears on the horizon, sports editor Mike Walsh dipped back into racing with a paddle event on Stockbridge Bowl and Berkshire Running Center's Summer Series on the rail trail.
The song triggered me and I felt a momentary sort of PTSD. For a second I was right back on the Ashuwillticook trying to keep my legs moving forward at whatever pace my brain an my stomach would allow.
We're about three-and-a-half days out from Sunday's starting gun in Adams for the Steel Rail Half Marathon, and I'm not so sure I'm ready.
At some point during Monday's long run, with less than two weeks till the Steel Rail, I got inside my head a little bit and gave whatever my current idea of God or the karmic universe is a quick download on how things are going.
Everybody has their own story of how their relationship with running began, whether they were five years old or 45. I can't say mine is particularly glamorous.
After weeks of hemming and hawing about the running stroller, we were getting out there on the rail trail, come hell or poopy diaper.
Given the goal of beating my PR of 1:44.51, I thought back to when that race occurred. In the spring of 2016, here are some of the things I didn't have that now, gratefully, take up space and time in my life: A wife, a child, a dog, a mortgage, a management position at The Eagle, and yes, the knowledge, experience and fear of a global virus.
We had this great British professor back in high school who taught physics, Mr. Clements. He had an oft-mimicked accent and ran the lone class…
About a month ago — it could've been longer, time hasn't really made sense since I got home from the office on St. Patrick's Day 2020 — my wife bought a small, wooden toddler balance board online.