This space will feature a more journalistic approach to running topics than has been the case on my existing blog. Having written about various aspects of professional running for over 20 years and with a few dozen interviews to my credit, I’ve quickly moved from skeptical to contemptuous about the sport’s self-appointed and self-absorbed visionaries, to whom likes and clicks at any expense are paramount not merely from a career perspective, but as a personal guiding principle. This has led many ostensibly smart people to check their intellects at the door of their banal opinion columns and tweets.
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