Our positive running story this time features Ginnie Eldredge, a woman runner from Denver, Colorado. (Ginnie is pictured above, 3rd in from the right., at one of our camps on 2018. Ginnie has been a regular at several of our running camps
Our positive running story this time is on Ed Glauser, an evolving trail runner who lives with his wife Ann in Athens, Georgia. Ed has a clinical practice in Athens, GA as well as a multi-state telemental health practice as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor.
Our positive running story this time is on our great friend and colleague Nancy Hobbs, a long time trail runner from Colorado Springs. We have been working with Nancy for many years now on various projects, including the US Trail Running Conference and our
Our positive running story this time is on Jenny Patterson, a military mum and runner from New Jersey. Jenny recently attended one of our intermediate women’s running camps, and was one of the most incredibly supportive runners that has ever attended
Our positive running story this time is on Liv Turner, a runner from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Liv recently attended one of our intermediate women’s running camps, and everyone warmed to her wonderful sense of humor,
Our positive running story this time is on a Public Health Officer from The Dalles in Oregon, Mimi McDonell. Mimi recently attended our 2019 advanced women’s running camp, and we had an absolute blast sharing her love of running in some magical places.
Our positive running story this time is on Patricia Nott, a runner from Lawrence, Kansas. Paralleling our previous positive running story subject, Patrice, Patricia also found running in her 50’s. She was a part of one of only five all women’s running clubs in the country, based in Kansas City.
Our positive running story this time is on Patrice Swan, a runner from Minnesota. She found running after turning 50, ran her first race in 2009, and hasn’t looked back since. We connected when she registered for our Positive Race mindset Program for the Glacier half marathon from Vacation Races.
Our positive running story this time is on Joshua Stevens, a professional trail and mountain runner who just happens to live a short distance away from us here in Estes Park, Colorado. Joshua is a father of three, a 24 year army veteran, a vegetarian, and works at Boulder Running Company in Boulder.
Our positive running story this time is on Kriste Peoples, a women’s trail running coach from the Front Range of Colorado. Kriste is a trail runner herself, outdoor enthusiast, founding and immediate past leader of Outdoor Afro, and founder of Black Women’s Alliance, which promotes sisterhood and wellness through outdoor activities, workshops, and retreats.