Comment from: Aaron [Visitor]
Aaron

10 beers, 10 tacos, 10 miles?! This guy is an inspiration to all of us.

I hope there is a follow-up interview at the end of the summer.

05/28/10 @ 14:51
Comment from: [Member]

Ha, yeah, I think 5 miles would do me in.

05/28/10 @ 14:53
Comment from: Juggling Joe [Visitor]
Juggling Joe

Patrick, you seem like a very interesting guy and dedicated runner! You seem like the Jack Kerouac of running :) Taking the mind and body to extreme sensations and really going deep into the soul of an activity.

You might want to play around with joggling sometime. Check out my page if you're interested. Joggling is the best mind-body exercise I've every tried, and I've tried a lot.

05/28/10 @ 17:01
Comment from: Nathan [Visitor]
Nathan

Great interview, just the inspiration I need for the Half Marathon that I have this morning. It's no Ultra, and I still don't feel like a Marathon is a 'short' distance, so I'll still be pacing myself for the 13.1 miles ahead of me. Perhaps Sweeney's inspiring tale will get me to push myself a little more than planned, however.

Thanks.

05/29/10 @ 08:36
Comment from: Sweeney [Visitor]
Sweeney

Thanks again for doing the Interview Justin. I Really enjoyed your poll question Today I won my first 5k barefoot. Sky's the limit
Pat

05/29/10 @ 23:10
Comment from: seret [Visitor]
seret

Great interview thanks for sharing your story !

05/29/10 @ 23:13
Comment from: Piet Barber [Visitor]
Piet Barber

10 beers, 10 tacos, 10 miles? I'm a vegetarian, so unless they are veggie tacos, I might have to make an exception for this kind of fun!

06/04/10 @ 15:39
Comment from: T [Visitor]
T

when's the 10 BTM race?

06/06/10 @ 16:48
Comment from: Sarah [Visitor]
Sarah

Two thumbs up for this interview. It's so inspiring. Parick is a great man and has to be a good role moder for the other runners. I really had a great time reading this article. I hope you continue to inspire people.

10/05/10 @ 08:56
Comment from: austriauk [Visitor]
austriauk

Excellent post! And I find it inspiring to see fast runners in no or minimalist shoes. Most seem to be slow, which almost made me rethink my approach to barefoot style running.

09/26/12 @ 17:18


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