WIRED talks the importance of photographing women in sports
Although I’m discovering this article a few months late, it’s a good one! Wired Magazine takes a look at photographing female athletes with Canadian photographer Alana Paterson. The article explores the importance of portraying women in sports as a way to keep them involved and playing.
Run For The Toad 2019 & Sticks N’ Stones 2019 Blogs
I’ve been doing a bunch of racing recently, which means I’ve been writing about it too #writersgonnawrite.
• Run For The Toad 2019 Race Review - Part I
• Run For The Toad 2019 Race Review - Part II
• My Inner Running Voice Is An Eight-Year-Old Having A Meltdown
Brigid Kosgei & The marathon world record you didn’t hear about this week
It’s been almost a week since Eliud Kipchoge broke the 2-hour marathon barrier—but some seriously crazy running records were ALSO broken last weekend. Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei won the Chicago Marathon in 2 hours, 14 minutes and 4 seconds… and broke the world world record by doing it.
Kosgei smashed the previous record—set in 2003 by Paula Radcliffe—by 81 seconds.
"I wanted to be the second Kipchoge — the Kipchoge for women. I focused on that." - Brigid Kosgei to the New York Times