The unused Mardi Gras mask with materials carefully selected by yours truly for this event I laud RunRio for its noble cause—giving back to runners and recognizing their achievements in a ceremony prepared solely for them. But no matter how small or grand an awarding ceremony is, missing out a small detail such as a nameContinue reading “An Awardee: a Recognition that Never Was”
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The Runrio Trilogy Awards Night, March 1
From its inception, I knew then that I wanted to complete the trilogy. And so I did. The Runrio Awards Night was Coach Rio’s way of giving back to runners who have conquered the three main events dubbed as 21K-21K-32K. It was a night fit for stars. From the red carpet, photo wall, to stageContinue reading “The Runrio Trilogy Awards Night, March 1”
What’s in a Medal?
“…inquire of Zeus of the flashing thunderbolt, if he has any message to give concerning men whose spirits are seeking to attain great excellence and a breathing-space from toils.” ~ excerpt from the Eighth Olympic Ode, by Pindar (c. 522-420 BC), courtesy of the Perseus Project digital library Medal is an award for doing somethingContinue reading “What’s in a Medal?”