LRC's founders, Robert Johnson and Weldon Johnson (Brojos) are among the 50 most influential people in running according to Runner's World thanks to you. RW had high praise for the LRC audience saying the Brojos are the "masterminds behind perhaps the most engaged online community of runners."
Racing the Rain isn't about Quentin Cassidy's development as a runner, but rather his development into a runner. The novel opens by introducing a second-grade Cassidy and concludes with the miler moving into his familiar room in Southeastern University's Doobey Hall. In between, Parker's sharp prose richly describes what it was like to grow up a middle-class baby boomer on the Florida's Gold Coast.
The race results say 10K, the course map says 10,200m, but what was it really? Employee 1.1 tells you what he found out and argues why course accuracy is important, even in XC. *MB:Club cross: was the course actually long?