Selected articles for the rec.running Usenet newsgroup
What do I think about while running?
That first nice day on the treadmill.
Well, why not?
A good puzzle posted by Patrick.
Nontransitive paradoxes in XC scoring.
With apologies to Sara Teasdale.
How far in lane x?
How to run even numbers of miles in various lanes, and why it works the way it does.
Why calories per mile do not depend (much) on speed.
10 percent rule:
Is it possible to get moving at all?
The clever method American Indians used to run opponents into the ground.
Some thoughts about alternatives to racing against the clock.
What to look forward to in the brave new world of chip timing.
How far can you run in no time at all?
A new gimmick to add structure to the running year.
The Ultimate Challenge:
Think Mt. Washington is tough? Think again.
How often does the BAA marathon occur the day after Easter?
The mathematics of running the tangents.
On a clear day:
Some rough ways to measure distance with the naked eye.
Some implications of basing awards on z scores.
Festival 5K 2001:
A race report
A bad day on the treadmill:
Kids, don't try this at home
Some thoughts about running without stopping
and number theory (of all things!)
An old track rule
leads to thoughts about some larger issues.
jobs: the shocking truth about amateur track officiating.
Lost in a Forest.
If you lack a compass, but have internet access, you may be in luck.
I want my money!
Some thoughts about sweat equity.
Of math, miles, and meters.
Can you set a 1600m record in a one mile race?