2020: The Year That Was(n’t)

Difficult Roads Lead to Beautiful Destinations. Here’s to 2020, The Year that Was(n’t)

Top 11 Runners – #8 Matt

According to a definition of hardcore it is: “the most active, committed, or strict members of a group or movement.” That sums up what I think of Matt. He is a hardcore runner and proud of it. He should be because he’s come a long way over the last several years. After deciding a changeContinue reading “Top 11 Runners – #8 Matt”

RDG’s Top 10 – #8 Courtney’s Kick-Off ’15

Year 1 was so special and different aspects of that first race will always be something that be near and dear to my heart. Courtney’s beginning here is really the culmination of a lot of hard work by the team to get ready, a lot of hard work in fundraising, and a ton of nervesContinue reading “RDG’s Top 10 – #8 Courtney’s Kick-Off ’15”

RDG’s Top 10 – #9 – Brandon’s Helmet Run ’15

This still makes me laugh to this day. Brandon had brought a cowboy hat to wear during the race and a lot of people had funny hats. He even brought one of his old football helmets. We were having a blast with the race and I simply thought he’d wear it somewhere along the wayContinue reading “RDG’s Top 10 – #9 – Brandon’s Helmet Run ’15”

Runners Doing Good to Again Run to Benefit NeighborLink Fort Wayne

While we work to formally organize the team as a non-profit entity, it would be easy to say that we should take ’20 off, at least until everything is set because it’d be easier, but when you’ve built a reputation based on running 200 mile relay races, stepping away from a challenge isn’t an option.Continue reading “Runners Doing Good to Again Run to Benefit NeighborLink Fort Wayne”

Runners Doing Good: By the Numbers Post Ragnar Michigan ’19

3 & 2 – Number of Ragnar Relays run in Chicago and Michigan respectively 10 – Number of Vans rented 32 – Number of different runners that have run on behalf of Runnin’ Not Walken Runners Doing Good since 2015 969 – Miles run, in total, by Runnin’ Not Walken  Runners Doing Good 5.8 –Continue reading “Runners Doing Good: By the Numbers Post Ragnar Michigan ’19”