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Running in the Center of the Universe

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My last run was August 28 which was a half marathon. A heel injury has prevented me from getting out on the road but I think I'm on the mend now. I discuss that and more in this episode! Thanks for listening!   ashl[email protected]
Sig Sauer customer service, Olympics high jump and race walking, sad deaths, Spring marathon plans and more in this show. Thanks for listening!   [email protected]
Team Wolfpack has a half marathon coming up but who in my running group is really going to run it? That and more in the show, thanks for listening!  [email protected]
Being a weekend warrior with only doing the group run will eventually catch up to you. Ashland Bob figured that out and so did I. I had no idea a comment I made one day would resonate with Bob and circle back to me in my own training. I talk ab
Seems like lots of things are getting cancelled including ultras! But there's still plenty going on in the Center of The Universe! Thanks for listening. Contact me at [email protected]   Fall Line trail link: https://www.falllineva.org/
The ultra I planned to run in 2020 has been rescheduled (I think). That and more in this episode of Running in the Center of the Universe podcast.    Thanks for coming back to the show (I know I had many months off)!   Music by Garageband,
Dave is back with some new running inspiration thanks to Keith Cartwright. Keith is a distance runner in the Center of the Universe and Dave interviewed Keith about his recent ultra running accomplishment. Keith looks at distance running a litt
Thank you for coming back to the show.    Tap 2 Tap ultra 50 miler
It is the worst of times but Easter is here and there is still reason for hope. Happy Easter! [email protected] Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller's Penmachine.  
Please enjoy this encore presentation of the podcast's 200th episode, originally posted in August 2014.  [email protected] Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller's Penmachine.  
Finally out with a new show for 2020! Thanks for downloading the show and not giving up on me.  [email protected] Music by Garageband, U.S. Marine Band, and the late Derek Miller's Penmachine.  
New episode! Thanks for coming back to the podcast. I've met in person and online so many interesting people through producing this podcast. I've decided to keep it grass roots which means you as a listener are important to me. Please contact m
After retiring from 27 years of police work in the Commonwealth of Virginia, my life changed more than I expected. I took a hiatus from the podcast and other things in my life. I'm grounded now and plan to continue the podcast. This is a short
I've always heard retired people say they're busier in retirement than when they were working. I have finished my law enforcement career and took six weeks off prior to starting a new job. I was busier than ever in the interim, so it's true, fo
I made it to the 70 mile mark. Listen to the podcast for what happened. Thanks for listening! C&O Canal 100 Mile Music by Garageband and U.S. Marine Band.
I've had solid training. I've had solid support. Things are coming together nicely. I hope all this holds the weekend of April 27-28 when really anything can happen at the C&O Canal 100 Mile Ultramarathon!   Track Ashland Dave during the race
The weather was a bit rough at the Little Rock Marathon in Arkansas but I had a great time and met several new people. That and more in this edition of the Running in the Center of the Universe podcast! Thanks for listening. http://littlerockm
I completed the 2nd annual Light to Light 50 Mile Ultramarathon in the Outer Banks of North Carolina on February 2, 2019. I finished the race but the course I ran was a little different than the other participants. I took a wrong turn and wasn'
There are several things to consider when preparing for an ultramarathon, especially if the upcoming race is just a part of a longer effort to be attempted later. In this episode, I talk about the upcoming Light to Light 50 and how the race pla
I like to support whatever is trendy so here's my 'year end in review' podcast (another exercise of me talking for almost 30 minutes straight). This episode includes comments about two ultra movies on YouTube that I think are really cool, espe
My local weekly running group finished a project that we called the "Map Run." The project was to run all of the streets in our town. The distance amounted to about 103 miles. Covering the distance wasn't really the hard part. The hard part was
My co-pacing partner for the Richmond Half Marathon and I had a great time and successfully finished just 4 seconds off the 2:30 pace. Avi has a lot of pacing experience and showed me the ropes. It was a great morning running in the City of Ric
I have the privilege of pacing the 2:30 half marathon group for the Richmond (Virginia) Marathon on November 10. This is the first time I've done this. This show has some commentary about that and other upcoming events. Thanks for listening! h
My long standing weekly running group has undergone a major change. Not a good thing but not really a bad thing either, just a significant change. In this episode, I talk about Ashland Byan moving from the Ashland area and how that may impact o
Ashland Tom and I ran the 12th annual Patrick Henry Half Marathon on August 25, 2018. Tom has run all 12 events. I've done 11. It's a great course, literally "town and country."   This show has some thoughts on the experience plus some audio
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