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Simple message drives Colby Mehmen to runaway win in BMW Dallas half marathon

Excerpt: Four months ago, his training disrupted by a frustrating string of injuries and his life at something of a low ebb, Colby Mehmen decided he needed some inspiration. He got it in the form of a simple message tattooed on the inside of his forearm: I’ll show you. Sunday, he showed the field of … Read More.

A Q&A Interview With Colby Mehmen by Mark Bottenhorn

Excerpt: I’ve been lucky enough to meet and interact with Colby on a regular basis and I’m excited to share this interview with everyone. He breaks the mold and lives life on his terms. He, along with Luke and Tyler are the Co-founders of Nomad Running Society. If you aren’t following them Instagram, you should … Read More.

Caitlin Keen looks to end Local Drought with Debut at BMW Dallas Marathon

Caitlin Keen of Fort Worth Texas, will be making her Marathon debut December 10th at the 2017 BMW Dallas Marathon, with the possibility of being the first local to take the title since 2001. With last year’s champion, Jordan Snyder of New York (winning with a time of 2:59:19 ), not returning this year, the 16 … Read More.

Introducing Nomad Coaching

Nomad Running Society is excited to announce Nomad Coaching. After eclipsing the one year existence of Nomad, with overwhelming support and love from other runners we have met. We have decided to move forward and launch a new branch of Nomad called “Nomad Development”. I have been running competitively for 14 years now and having … Read More.

Q&A with the most versatile runner in the US, Matt Daniels

(2016 Olympic Trials, Los Angeles. Photo by Tim Meigs) Matt Daniels has had quite the career and is currently putting in his bid for the most versatile trail runner in the United States. Matt was recently selected to be apart of Team USA Mountain running team and will be competing at the World Long Distance … Read More.

Why not going to the University of Oregon was the best thing that happened to me

(well I didn’t really have a choice) Go Pre, Go Pre, Go Pre. By the age of 9 I was already an Oregon Duck. 9 years later I was a senior in High School and the University of Oregon didn’t even know I existed. I’m from Texas, so that was kind of expected but over … Read More.