Below are articles written by various Gate City Strider members. Topics include: Race Reports, Training Logs, Amusing Stories or other Tales From the Road, Track or Trail. So, sit back, dig in and enjoy!
Mount Washington A personal account of what mountain running is all about, by one of Gate City's best - Todd Callaghan
Strider Ran Across NH - Again! To raise money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Dave Salvas ran west to east across our great state for a total distance of 116 miles - or 29 miles a day!
On the Road A New Bedford Half Marathon race report from one of Gate City's newest (and Upper Valley's finest) Striders - Jim Burnett.
Rails to Entrails Zombie Survival 5K I have been running for over 30 years... while I am not too old, I've had a great share of great races. If I can use "Halloween" as an adjective... It was the most Halloween Race!
My Kannon-San This year’s Boston Marathon was my 13th, and the worst as far as finishing time (4:26:12) is concerned. However, it was the most memorable of all, thanks to a mysterious lady. by Shu Minami
Mill Cities Madness Mill Cities is a 5-leg, 27 mile relay from Nashua, NH to Lawrence, MA. And, once it's in your blood, it’s hard to find anything more fun to do on the first Sunday in December!
A Race for the Aged Ok, boys and girls. This race report is a long one. But, like the race itself, it’s definitely worth your time. So, pull up a chair and pour yourself a cold one, a coffee or a shot of Jack. Because this is a story that starts in 2006 and you’re not going to believe how it ends …
My New Jacket I am just an average runner, and I don’t get much attention for my running but I sure enjoy the attention my jacket gets. What’s my next project? It’s a secret. by Shu Minami
Oxygen Intake on a Hot, Humid Day An attempt to quantify the amount of O2 gas contained in each breath under various climatic conditions based strictly on a chemical engineer’s point of view. by Shu Minami (Striding Along, August-September Issue, 1999)