The balance of talent vs. training in 100m sprint compared to 10K distance running, per @DrMJoyner:

The balance of talent vs. training in 100m sprint compared to 10K distance running, per @DrMJoyner:

runnersworld.com 27 Jul '14, 3pm

It's been almost six years now since Malcolm Gladwell's book Outliers brought the idea of a "10,000-hour rule" to widespread attention. The debate about the relative importance of talent versus training in academic circles is, if anything, fiercer now than it was then. New studies continue to appear, like those in the current special issue of the journal Intelligence (including one on child pro...

History of the women's marathon event at the Commonwealth Games can be found here: #Glasgow2014

athleticsweekly.com 26 Jul '14, 5pm
History of the women's marathon event at the Commonwealth Games can be found here: #Glasgow2014

Commonwealth Games: Women’s marathon by Athletics Weekly July 26, 2014 It’s a marathon, not a sprint, as we take a look back at the history o...

The #WorthyExpress 740 – A New Balance classic is back. Experience it here:

newbalance.com 25 Jul '14, 9pm
The #WorthyExpress 740 – A New Balance classic is back. Experience it here:

“Big Game James” Worthy went to work in the 740 during the eighties. As a No. 1 overall draft pick with serious game, he signed with New Bala...

What happens in Silverton a week after the #HR100 crowds go home? @joegeezi @AravaipaRunning

What happens in Silverton a week after the #HR100 crowds go home? @joegeezi @AravaipaRunning

trailrunnermag.com 24 Jul '14, 7pm

Mini Hardrock: Silverton's Kendall Mountain Run A historic race up Silverton's 13,066-foot Kendall Mountain that originated over a bar bet in 1908 Kathryn Ross, 24, of Durango, Colorado, on her way to the women's win at the 37th Kendall Mountain Run. Photo by Ray Dileo On July 4 each year, the old mining town of Silverton, Colorado erupts with crowds for one of the biggest Fourth of July parade...