August 14, 2020
“When you see people in this age group, when you get into the 60s and 70s, there’s more camaraderie than there is competition.”
By Sarah Lorge Butler, Runner's World
Lynn Rathjen, a high school cross country coach and retired physical therapist in Grand Island, Nebraska, has been running...
December 14, 2017
“The fact that I mix up my training is why I don’t get injured, which is probably my primary advantage over my competition.”
By John A. Kissane, Runner’s World
Gary Patton of Rock Rapids, Iowa, gave himself a fitting early birthday gift: a world record in the indoor Mile for the 70–74 age...
March 04, 2013
By Brett Hoover, Armory Track
Brad Barton's son, a Division I collegiate runner, made the mistake of calling his dad an "old man."
Barton, once an All-American in the steeplechase at Weber State University in Utah, told him, "When you beat me in the Mile, you can call me an old man."