Sponsored by: Fleet Feet Sports — Fox Cities Greenways, Inc. — Timshel Cafe — Ice Age Trail Alliance

On Thursday, July 21, we had a screening of the critically acclaimed documentary Run Free – The True Story of Caballo Blanco, directed by Sterling Noren, it chronicles the life of American ultra running legend Micah True (Caballo Blanco, or the White Horse) and his quest to create an ultra marathon in Mexico’s Copper Canyon to promote and preserve Tarahumara running tradition. True was a main character in Christopher McDougall’s best-selling book Born to Run – A Hidden Tribe, Super Athletes and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen.

 Library Running Event Poster

Before the film, Fleet Feet Sports presented a Good Form Running Clinic. These clinics intended to help you run faster, more efficiently, and injury free. With a focus on proper mechanics, GFR aims to help runners of all ages and abilities achieve these goals. 

Librarian, Colin, hosts the podcast which features audio from a Good Form Running presentation given at the library on 7-21-16. You can find more information about attending a GFR Clinic here.

The hand-out from the presentation describing the four steps to good form can be viewed here.

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