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“There’s a lot to live for. Tragedy defines you and refines you. But it doesn’t stop you.”

Some people run for the sheer challenge of completion. Some run as a “bucket list” goal. Some run for the love of the run itself. Some run for the adrenaline-packed experience wrapped up in marathoning…in racing, in general. Some run to beat a previous personal record. Some (most) run to remember. Heretofore, I’ve checked all of the above as my reasons for running…

But some run, for someone they personally know that endured a loss (or lossES) on that day in 1995…

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The Herbert W. Armstrong College Fitness Challenge and Powerlifting Meet

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midnight-murph

For time, in the dark of night:

1 mile run, as a group
Partition as necessary:

  • 100 pull-ups, performed individually
  • 200 push-ups, as a group rep-for-rep
  • 300 squats, as a group rep-for-rep

1 mile run, as a group

 

Thanks for coming out for another successful Swans in Flight 5K. This year, we had 63 participants!

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104 participants in this terrific event! Thanks to the Hercuses and other volunteers for setting and timing the course—to Zechariah Henderson for a great National Anthem performance—and to everyone else for the smiles, energy, encouragement and enthusiasm. These were our best results to date—with new course records for both men and women, and a whole lot of PRs. Great job folks!
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Thanks everyone for turning out! Absolutely perfect weather, inspiring National Anthem performance from the Junior Ambassadors, wonderful participation from the whole spectrum of the family, and lots of smiles—a tremendously successful event. We had 106 participants—49 men and 55 women. That’s basically double what we had last year. Terrific job, everybody!

Results after the break:

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