We'll always have Houston/Central Park/London/Boston.
Yes. Swimming and Cycling with a few Peaks at 100/mpw. A high strength low(for a pro runner) running mileage program.
Drunk Uncle wrote:
And then there was one.
Would anyone have guessed that injury prone Ritz would be the last man standing from the ballyhooed Class of 2001?
I'm 42 years old. And if you're arguing that all women age as well as Sara, I'll have to disagree.
Geez louis wrote:
Shes only 32. Get over your babyhood life. Girls look good over 30. And they're not flaky anymore.
Unlike the other two, has Ritz ever won a major race? If not, maybe he should have burned the candle a bit hotter.
My thoughts exactly. I guess the lesson is, if you try to burn the candle too hot, you risk putting it out. Lucky for Ritz, he has been so injury-prone, he didn't have the chance to ramp up training as much as Webb and Hall did. And his injuries gave him recovery time the other two perhaps would not give themselves.
Great article except for that part. Really lame to plug a product in your career obit and for the Times to print that garbage.
â€œEvery night when I go to bed I canâ€™t wait to get up and have my pancake.â€
Please tell me he didn't really say this. If it's true, it's ridiculous. If it's a corny plug for his protein supplement, it's ridiculous.