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Steve Nahn | USLHC | USA

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Running!

Well, not that kind. When I was at CDF, I was a member of the Run Too running club, which started as some CDFers running around the “Ring Road” above the Tevatron ring during lunch, as a way to train for the Chicago Marathon, and eventually expanded to other races, other experiments/divisions, other activities (Dragonboating, biking, etc). On the page you’ll see I am the “Ambassador to Cheeseland and Beantown”. Anyway, I haven’t run much, but recently ran a 1:50:18 in the Hyannis Half Marathon following the “Greg Feild training program” (Greg is a buddy who has a habit of running races with very little training). Here’s me, finishing strong:

Hyannis Half Marathon

Both feet in the air! It’s a two-fer! Just to say that we don’t only do physics.

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