A new Danish blog on marathon has seen the light of day. The blog is managed by a young runner Anders Kronborg and his writtings seem promising and kept up to date. I have added a permanent link. Good job, Anders !
Today, somebody looses a beloved parent, a pet, a child, a job, a lover, an illusion. Today, the world stops for someone. Maybe, the world stops for me. Maybe, the world stops by the memory of past suffering or hinsights. Or by the prerecognition or anxiety of things to come. Today, the world stops.
Today, the world begins. Somebody gets a new job. Somebody falls in love. Somebody gives birth to a child. Somebody just feels happy or feels hope. Today, somebody resolves past differences. Today, peace sets in. Today, somebody gets food and water. Today, somebody makes plans and sets directions for the future. Today, somebody helps. Today, the world begins.
Yesterday, I was not here. Nor will I be tomorrow. I am only here – today ! The day everything ever happened.
My first marathon was in Copenhagen, Denmark almost three years ago, ie. the 16.05.2004.
Thus, my personal marathon year spands from the 16th of May each year. With my race in Vienna just this weekend, I have now completed my first three years of marathon running…and it has been quite a surprising programme…a schedule I would never have forseen or thought possible :
First year: 4 marathons, including Berlin and London !
Second year: 12 marathons, including Stockholm, Amsterdam, Dublin, Elbtunnel, Paris and Hamburg.
Third year: 28 marathons, including, well, too many to mention… New York, Boston, Rome, Barcelona, Vienna and Monschau on top. Not to mention ‘my own’ event GARMIN Rudersdal marathon.
You can find picture and stories from most of these races via ‘My marathons’ from the menu at the page right.
I am planning to step down a little and do mainly Scandinavian races for the next time to come. See you out there !
Best wishes for your races, Tor 😉