runsonpizza:

NEW WORLD RECORD!Dennis Kimetto broke the marathon world record this morning at the Berlin Marathon running a 2:02:57

runsonpizza:

NEW WORLD RECORD!
Dennis Kimetto broke the marathon world record this morning at the Berlin Marathon running a 2:02:57

(via running-bean)

When I mark up on someone without a break throw

whatshouldultimatecallme:

dontthinkrunfast:

So I was reading stories about runners who made insane comebacks, and I stumbled upon this woman right here, and just had to share.  
This is Ana Quirot, a Cuban mid-distance runner. Her first inspiring trait (to me) is the fact that despite being only 5’3”, she ran a 1:58 or faster. But the best part of her story of course lays in her comeback. 
In 1993, while doing laundry (due to a soap shortage she was forced to use isopropyl alcohol), there was an explosion, burning over 1/3 of her body severely. She was seven months pregnant at the time, and the baby did not survive. She wasn’t supposed to, either, but after two months of being Hospitalized, she returned to exercise biking. Although she had very little elasticity in her skin and couldn’t lift her hand over her head, she never gave up, and only 2 years later, she won first place in BOTH the 800 and 400 m races at the 1995 world championships.  I feel like out of all the epic comeback stories out there, this definitely ranks in the top three.

dontthinkrunfast:

So I was reading stories about runners who made insane comebacks, and I stumbled upon this woman right here, and just had to share.
This is Ana Quirot, a Cuban mid-distance runner. Her first inspiring trait (to me) is the fact that despite being only 5’3”, she ran a 1:58 or faster. But the best part of her story of course lays in her comeback.
In 1993, while doing laundry (due to a soap shortage she was forced to use isopropyl alcohol), there was an explosion, burning over 1/3 of her body severely. She was seven months pregnant at the time, and the baby did not survive. She wasn’t supposed to, either, but after two months of being Hospitalized, she returned to exercise biking. Although she had very little elasticity in her skin and couldn’t lift her hand over her head, she never gave up, and only 2 years later, she won first place in BOTH the 800 and 400 m races at the 1995 world championships. I feel like out of all the epic comeback stories out there, this definitely ranks in the top three.

(via runmarinarun)

cabinporn:

Cabin built to resemble a fire lookout near Canyonville, Oregon. 
Contributed by Matt Housley.

cabinporn:

Cabin built to resemble a fire lookout near Canyonville, Oregon

Contributed by Matt Housley.


Alaska

Alaska

(Source: ovls, via neon-moth)

nonconcept:

Ufogel Holiday House near Lienz, Austria by Peter Jungmann.

(via theduderunsbikesabides)

"Spirit of the Game was never meant to prohibit the drive and competitiveness that athletes must have to reach the top of a field, but rather to intensify the challenge – to reach the top with sheer talent, skill and physical discipline and not rely on tactics that undermine the efforts of the opposing team."

— 1997 UPA Executive Director, Holly Larrison

seanlitchfieldarch:

A cabin at the AMC Gorman Chairback lodge in Maine.

seanlitchfieldarch:

A cabin at the AMC Gorman Chairback lodge in Maine.

(via thisisatravis-ty)

mybloodyicecream:

One of the best endings to a show ever.
Congrats on a successful show, Wilfred.

"I just want to be alone."

“No, you want to be with Wilfred.

(Source: dwaling)

tallulahblues:

I literally crave affection. It’s not about sex. I crave somebody to cuddle with me, and to lay their head on my lap. I crave kisses, holding hands and running my thumb across theirs. Just looking at someone and thinking “how did I get this lucky”.

(via xctfbb)

buttsandbarbells:

I’m surrounded by people who just wanna get blackout drunk for fun. Like nah man. Let’s go camping or take a road trip or do some stuff we haven’t done before. I wanna live.

(via enjoytherun2013)

I’m an odd mix of tired and riled up and it’s very uncomfortable…thanks red bull…

Can I just skip to the point in my life where I have 40 acres of land in a forest somewhere in Montana or Idaho or Colorado with a 400 square foot cabin and no responsibilities?

Tags: cabin life skip