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In the September/October issue, 2009, of RunOhio, “Life Lessons from Cross-Country” first appeared. In this month’s issue, an updated and revised version of the original article is presented. In an attempt to keep our wonderful sport vibrant and relevant in our athletic world, we must sell it and communicate how special it truly is to parents, coaches, athletic administrators, and others who are involved.

By Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD - Guys, do you know that eating disorders are not just a woman’s issue? An estimated 8% of male athletes, as compared to 33% of female athletes, have pathological eating disorders that can damage their physical and mental health.

by Rod O’Donnell - After a year unlike any other in American history, there were many positive things that occurred in the sport of track & field, proving once again that those who are involved in it are special people.

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Saturday, September 4

By Richard Ferguson, Ph.D. - Sometimes running can be frustrating. As much as you love to run and as much as running has to offer, there are times when things just don’t seem to go well. Injuries, fatigue, poor performances, stress etc. can all cause discouragement and in some cases, a sense of hopelessness.