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At Last

May 21st, 2015  |  by  |  published in Adrian's Blog

Avalon coming in to the finish

In January I had the honor and privilege to pace/crew my friend Miranda at the 2015 Avalon 50 Mile Endurance Run. I first met Miranda in March of 2013 through our mutual friend William Korthof. Miranda who lives in Glendale, graciously allowed me to stay at her home the night before the 28th Los Angeles […]

BLOWN AWAY — Race Report from the Malibu Half Marathon

November 21st, 2014  |  by  |  published in Adrian's Blog

Post-race with my friend and guide, Angel Santiago.

This past weekend, I ran my third Malibu Half Marathon. I’ve run it every year since they offered a special low registration fee through the Los Angeles Roadrunners. The event is a terrific local race which very generously supports athletes with disabilities. Every year they have donated a bib to my guide runner and they […]

Remembering Our Friend William Korthof

October 13th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Adrian's Blog, Adrian's Blog #1

Adrian and Willliam at the finish of the 2013 AR50.

For the last several months we have been planning for the launch of this website. We were excited to share Adrian’s adventures and exploits in running. More recently, we were on the hunt for compelling stories and memorable blogs from past guides that might inspire other sighted individuals to guide visually impaired athletes. On the […]

Rediscovering Running with Adaptive Technology for the Visually Impaired

July 19th, 2014  |  by  |  published in Adrian's Blog

Rediscovering Running with Adaptive Technology for the Visually Impaired

The fear of getting lost was one of the biggest challenges I had to overcome when I lost most of my eyesight twenty years ago. It took me months to feel comfortable just walking around my neighborhood that had once been so familiar to me. It took me a while to gain back some confidence […]