The Radisson Blu Larnaka International Marathon is twinned with the Rhodes Marathon which caught my attention because I ran the Rhodes 10k in 2017. The AIMS website where I learned about […]
Beirut International Marathon I first learned about the Beirut International Marathon in 2006 when race organizers were tasked with the decision of whether or not to cancel the marathon, as […]
The 4-hour Alternative Tour Beirut is a captivating walk through Beirut’s neighborhoods (Achrafiyeh, Gemmayzeh, Christian East & Muslim West). It provides historical and political context for complex subjects including the Lebanese […]
The Hemingway 5k Sunset Run is an out-and-back course that starts at the Southernmost Point at Whitehead and South streets in Key West, Florida. It was 90° with 59% humidity […]
Under the direction of race director Eitedal Ismail, the Palestinian Olympic Committee, and the non-profit Right to Movement “We Run to Tell a Different Story” the Palestine Marathon has become […]
The marathon is my favorite distance due to the mental stamina required to finish the 26.2 mile race. I’ve run six marathons; Sri Chinmoy (1981), San Francisco (1984), Mayor’s Midnight Sun (2000), California […]
The Old City and Market of Al Khalil (Hebron) is a thruway to the Ibrahimi Mosque (Muslim), also known as, the Cave of the Patriarchs (Jewish). The shrine is sacred […]
One of the reasons I chose Greece as a destination is because of its heroic response to the Syrian refugee crisis. Notwithstanding the fact that there is a running race […]
In October 2003, I ran the St George Marathon with the goal of qualifying for Boston. St George has a pretty substantial drop in elevation starting at 5240 feet and […]
Randy and Ronnie (the “frisky goats”) The Frisky Goat 5k Winters Series #4 is an out-and-back course with the turnaround point at the Delaware River in Milford, Pennsylvania. It is […]
Perusing through my 1984 Runner’s Day-by-Day Log and Calendar, it turns out that 1984 was my most prolific year for running. I ran a grand total of thirty races; three […]
On November 15, I joined 567 Americans and ran the Maratón de La Habana-MARABANA 2015 in Havana, Cuba. The MaraCuba 4k “fun run” takes place the day before the Maratón de […]
Susan M Hall is an American long-distance runner with a goal to run a 10k in all 193 UN recognized countries plus the two permanent non-member observer states of Palestine & the Holy See.
On her radar are the Košice Peace Half Marathon ☮️ Kosice, Slovakia, the Istanbul 15k 🇹🇷, Istanbul, Turkey the Beirut Half Marathon, Beirut, Lebanon, the Pyramids Half Marathon, Giza, Egypt & the Quantum Nicosia Half Marathon, Nicosia, Cyprus.