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Why run a marathon? Why run a few marathons? Why make running regular marathons part of your lifestyle?
The motivation and reason for running a marathon is a fascinating topic and in the same way runners come in all shapes and sizes so to do the reeasons people give for running 42.2 km.
For some the marathon is a bucket list item, others do it with a friend, to get fit or for charity.
In this episode of The Partnerunning Show we look at why people run marathons and why some continue to run them.
Also on the show:
Sue remembers her Uncle Ron Clarke
Over the Shoulder
The Road Ahead
Breaking today, a jury has sentenced the Boston Marathon bomber to death. Barry and Cam will talk about the crime, the penalty, the impact on the city of Boston, and the country!
Two explosions occurred near the Boston Marathon finish line at 2:50 p.m. The race was diverted before being halted as police and fire crews swept the area. Another device was found, which was purposely detonated by Boston Police at Boylston Street. Another incident at JFK Library, which was thought to be a fourth-related incident, is now being considered as a fire-related issue by the Boston Police Department. Three people are dead and more than 130 are injured.
Join Ken and Beth in a discussion about the recent bomb attacks in Boston. How should we react to this event and to the potential security risks that it has hightlighted. It's not clear to us whether we should make any reaction because any knee-jerk reation, such as were instituted after 9/11 would only serve to reduce our freedom which is the goal of the perpetrators. Whether they are home-grown or not, the motive for the bombing attacks is still open for discussion. Let's talk about it. Call in to the hosts 1-347-215-9971, join us in the online chat room or just listen to the audio stream. However you get her, get here!
The Boston Marathon Bombing:
What are the latest updates on the Boston Marathon Bombing?
What are the political, social and psychological implications of the Boston Marathon Bombing?
How is this going to affect our civil rights and our constitution, if at all?
How can we prevent this sort of thing from happening in the future?
How can we make the perpetrators pay for their evil deeds?
American terrorist attack.
"Two bombs were detonated during the 2013 Boston Marathon around 2:50 p.m. EDT (18:50 UTC) on Boylston Street near Copley Square, just before the finish line. As of 15 April 2013, the blasts killed at least 3 people, and injured at least 141.
18 April 2013, the brothers Dzhokar Tsarnaev, born 22 July 1993, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, born 21 October 1986, were named as suspects for the bombing. The older brother was killed by the police (pronounced dead at 1.35 am Friday 19th), while the younger was captured by the police on Friday evening.
Boston Bombing chart delineation by Astrologernyc on April 18th - 3 days after attack before we knew who bombers were. They were found by police on Aprli 19th
Astrology horary analysis accurately describing bombers before it was known to publicon April 19th 2013 by Astrologernyc
It Marathon season! Boston is coming up and many, many other spring marathons. How you taper the final three weeks before your race will determine how well you do! Get the absolute best tips for those three weeks by tuning in to WellFit Radio Chicago. Our motto at Progressive Complete Health is "Train right, then train hard!" PR your marathon this year and for years to come.
Host Todd Weaver is honored to welcome Mr. Bruce Van Horn to the show. Bruce is walking, talking proof that you can change your life by changing your thoughts. He loves sharing his story with the world because he knows that you can transform your mind and create the life you want, rather than just accepting the life you get. Bruce is a father, best-selling author, Life Coach, speaker, entrepreneur, marathon runner, and cancer survivor. His story is one of completely losing sight of his passion and purpose through his early adult life by pursing happiness and fulfillment through material and career success. After many personal and professional setbacks, including filing Bankruptcy twice, and the death of his daughter, Bruce had given up on life and was just going through the motions. He says, “In my mid forty’s, I came to a place where I need to decide what to do. I hated my life and couldn’t live like this any longer. I needed to either end my life or completely change it!” Bruce chose to change his life and his world is completely different because of those changes! Through his “Life Is A Marathon” podcast, Bruce speaks to an audience of thousands of people every day, from over 180 countries across the globe, delivering a message of hope, encouragement, and inspiration by sharing practical, insightful wisdom to help you not just survive, but to thrive at this marathon called Life! You can learn more about Bruce HERE and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.