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    BIA Blog

    My American Record – by Molly Huddle

    The guest blog below was written by Olympian Finalist, US 5K Champion and Record Holder, Molly Huddle in the wake of breaking the US 5K record (again!) at the Diamond League meet in Monaco this July.

    Following Molly's blog, make sure to read Ro's sport psych breakdown of Molly's record breaking performance. READ MORE

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    Setting Goals To Support Your Dreams In Sport and Life

    ‘Tis the season to wring out the past year and ring in the new year! 

    While I regularly set daily, weekly and monthly goals, I do like to take advantage of the hype and freshness of a new calendar year to zoom out and identify my dreams for what I wish the coming year will bring. I like to reflect on the past 365 days and get excited about what’s comes in 2014. You know, things like opportunities to truly blossom, finally crossing off “bucket list” items, becoming Super Me! READ MORE

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    The Marathon Maven: Kim Smith

    Anyone racing a marathon this season should take some notes from one of the top pro’s in the sport: Kim Smith. You might wonder how you can relate to a 105 pound, 2:25 marathon runner (thats 5:30/mile pace for 26.2miles!), but Kim has useful advice that can apply runners of all listen up! Plus find out some Kim's interesting and surprising traits! READ MORE



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    Dear Kates x Believe I Am Launch Party in NYC

    On Saturday, Sept 22 our team headed down to the Big Apple to join the Dear Kate team for a launch party celebrating a recent collaboration: the Strong Performance Undies. The party took place at Jackrabbit Sports running shop in the Upper East Side. The team at Jackrabbit were a huge help, giving us a large space and helping direct the flow of traffic in store. Yummy sponsors like Kind bars, Suga Juice and Cup and Compass Organic Tea provided delicious refreshments while we were able to do what we love most: connect with our sisters in sport! READ MORE

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