Set your goals.
Break your limits.
Because you never know just how far you can go, unless you can’t see the end.
In a world of terrorists, idiots, and anti-democratic assholes, it’s nice to see there are some kind-hearted people out there.
Black, no sugar, with an extra shot of compassion please!
I don’t normally write too many articles these days, but there’s a site I like to read from every so often to keep my hopes up
Take a browse and let me know what you think….
It isn’t always about winning.
Unless you’re Piers Morgan…
And this isn’t the first time a runner was helped over the finish line. In 1992, Derek Redmond busted his hamstring mid-way and his dad came on to help him over the finish line.
I can’t really argue with this…
One of the cartoonists in The Telegraph put together a story of his becoming a father and it’s both enlightening and heartwrenching at the same time. And, being a cartoonist, he illustrated the story himself – to great effect.
Source: Father’s Days
Survivors and spectators of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing in the US have reflected on the importance of being back at the race and moving on, two years after the deadly attacks.
The weather was cold and damp but the atmosphere festive at Monday’s running of the marathon, two years after pressure-cooker bombs exploded at the finish line and shattered one of sports’ most cherished events.
One survivor had an emotional finish to the race after she was injured in the 2013 blast while watching from the sidelines.
Rebekah Gregory DiMartino, alongside her trainer who is also an amputee, ran the last few miles of the race and crossed the finish line, visibly moved by her achievement.
Donna Scott, mother of a different race participant said: “people will never really heal from what happened two years ago.”