One Medal for Lily and Officer Webster

One Medal for Lily and Officer Webster

There are those moments in a community when a series of events are just so shocking that it motivates citizens to action. This past October, Albuquerque had those type of events back to back. The road rage killing of four-year-old Lilly Garcia was followed, days...
One Medal for Steve

One Medal for Steve

This One Medal story was submitted by Colorado runner Clint Boston. About eleven years ago, I had a young lady in my American History class tell me her dad was a runner. I asked her if she was interested in running cross country for the school, and maybe her dad...
One Medal for Bob Brown

One Medal for Bob Brown

Submitted by Sydney Ayers I have been struggling to write my One Medal story for a long time; years, in fact. You see, it’s not easy to write about someone who has not only had an impact on my running career but also my life. I was entering my senior year of...
One Medal for Linda Kay

One Medal for Linda Kay

There is nothing quite like hearing about the passing of a friend moments before you board a completely full airplane. So, for the sake of my middle seat responsibilities to hold it together, let me tell you about my friend Linda Kay Jones. In her capacity as Vice...
One Medal for Ashley

One Medal for Ashley

There are friends you’ve known since high school, others since college and a number through work or jobs. Those are all great friendships don’t get me wrong. But, there is a unique kinship that develops with those whom you run. Your running friends see when you are...
One Medal for Michael Herman

One Medal for Michael Herman

Every industry has its “giants.” People who have given so much for their profession. One of these giants in the public relations industry is a man named Michael L. Herman APR, Fellow PRSA (Public Relations Society of America). The letters after his name are fitting of...