I started in the snow by a welcome sign in New Freedom, Pennsylvania. More than four hours later, I would reach Mile 0 of the NCR Trail in the community of Ashland, near Hunt Valley, Maryland. I’ve been wanting to run the Northern Central Railroad Trail in full — about 20 miles — for a … More I ran the entire NCR Trail!
Only a little more than a month remains before I’ll be running my first 50K — the Algonquin 50K on Feb. 11 — and today, Jan. 8, I went on my first run with a hydration pack. Although I have run marathons before, I have never really felt a hydration pack was necessary because marathons have so … More Gear Review: Camden Gear Sports Hydration Pack
Follow @VanessaJunkin Marathon training doesn’t stop for the snow. The training may change, but it doesn’t stop. I had today — Friday, Jan. 22 — off work because I am scheduled to work Sunday, so I decided to get in a solo 15-miler. This weekend was actually supposed to be a 12-miler, but since last weekend’s … More The 15-miler before the storm
I was skeptical when I looked at my phone this morning and saw there was a 100 percent chance of snow for later in the day. It didn’t feel that cold out. I arrived at the Guerrieri University Center parking lot at Salisbury University on Sunday morning for the Tim Kennard group training run, planning … More The first snow run of the season
I didn’t really want it to snow. As a news reporter, I don’t get snow days, and I don’t like driving in the snow. And I could do with less cold weather, too — on a day not too long ago, my car was iced over and I had to use a key to draw a line at … More A quiet, slow snow run