A former elite competitor who keeps reviving his running — even at 81 with two artificial knees — provides guidelines for goals when returning from setbacks.
Lifelong runners often stay adaptable and motivated to run their best at any age by reseting their expectations, routines and goals.
With most marathons canceled, Miller had to organize his own race to run a sub-3-hour marathon in the 2020s, his sixth decade under the mark.
If you train slower as you age, you are likely to lose performance at a greater rate per decade than if you train fast.
What's it like to train and race with two knee replacements? Persistence and patience are the key.
Despite losing his goal of a world masters championship appearance this year, Roger Robinson is finding positives and keeps training and improving.