>General Running>Any international runners?
Another Canadian here, eh.
'No matter how slow you go, you're still lapping everyone on the couch'
"Running is a big question mark that's there each and every day. It asks you, 'Are you going to be a wimp or are you going to be strong today?'" - Peter Maher
"Running long and hard is an ideal antidepressant, since it's hard to run and feel sorry for yourself at the same time. Also, there are those hours of clearheadedness that follow a long run." -Monte Davis
Spanish, raised in Germany and living in Noord-Holland. I can't consider me a real expat as I have never really belonged to any place and I belong to all the places where I have lived in.
"If one can stick to the training throughout the many long years, then will power is no longer a problem. It's raining? That doesn't matter. I am tired? That's besides the point. It's simply that I just have to."Emil Zatopek
I'm an American and have been living in South Korea for the last 5 years teaching English. First came over when I was 23, stayed for a year, traveled, another year, traveled, and now on my third straight year.
Indian living in Singapore for the last 6 years. Will try to scope for a marathon in the US between Sept and Dec next year. Have run races in Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, Australia and Hong Kong.
I dont sweat. I ooze liquid awesome.
I'm from Denmark, die dummen Dänen, as the Germans call us (the stupid Danes)
I'm an English teacher.
I live in Portugal.
A Chinese who lived in London UK for 6 years am now in Nova Scotia Canada (new Scotland) for about a year.
In London, there were always some colleagues challenging for a marathon in every company I worked for. After watching Team Hoyt story, there is enough spirit injection into my brain, so I decided to challenge one as well.
I spent a few months training for 5K I completed a few weeks ago. Now I set my first marathon target for the Blue Nose Marathon in May 2013, giving myself 30 weeks to train. I am on week 3 now.
5k - 20:56 (09/12), 7k - 28:40 (11/12), 10k trial - 43:08 (03/13), 42:05 (05/13), FM - 3:09:28 (05/13), HM - 1:28:20 (05/14), Failed 10K trial - 6:10/mi for 4mi (08/14), FM - 3:03 (09/14)
Another Canuck here.
"Don't feel like running today...suck it up and run ...you're an athlete." (John Stanton, founder & owner of The Running Room)
Three half marathons later, I got a number. Half Fanatic #9292. :)
I'm an American who's been living in Taiwan for the last ten years or so.
shonan marathon, girl
i'm american, living in japan for about 27 years. been doing triathlon and marathons for 7 years and love it.
next race SHONAN MARATHON nov 3rd, 2012, OSAKA MARATHON nov 25th, i am aiming for nyc!
Yet another Kiwi
“Attitude is the Difference Between an Ordeal and an Adventure”
>200 km in 24 hours
2014 km in 2014
I am competitive at the local level, but cannot hope to run for my country- oh, not what you meant?
Born in England, grew up in Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe, moved to Canada many years ago.
PBs since age 60: 5k- 24:36, 10k - 47:17. Half Marathon- 1:42:41.
10 miles (unofficial) 1:16:44.