Tag Archives: Murray Anderson-Ogle

A Journey Complete

I have wanted to say this for six months: ’I am a Comrade’. Not quite Mao’s last dancer or a Cosatu cheerleader, but rather a Comrades finisher. ...
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Night Swimming

REM, those great musical psychiatrists, wrote many mournful and iconic rock anthems that have and will become soundtracks to our’ s and our children’s lives. ...
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The pursuit of rest and by default success and happiness.

The past two weeks have dealt me many highs and lows from a personal, professional and a running perspective. ...
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Searching For Buns Of Steel

Our sport of running is a dangerous sport. It is not abseiling, cliff diving, skydiving, moto-cross or any other sport that one might see on X Games. ...
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