Savannah Hill, track runner and junior, stretches before a run over break. Hill said she would continue to train over the extended school closures although she does not expect the track season to continue this year.

Track runners, coach plan to stay in shape over COVID-19 extended school closures

Sarah Kim March 23, 2020

Both the men’s and women’s track teams have been training for the official track season since early January. However, the outbreak of COVID-19 led all Carmel Clay Schools to close until May 1 at the...

STRETCHING OUT: Ultramarathoner and sophomore Kaitlyn Varghese stretches before her run. Varghese said training for these long distances has helped her with valuable life skills such as patience. She added that it was important to gradually build up mileage to avoid injury and leave room for improvement.

Q&A with ultramarathoner, sophomore Kaitlyn Varghese

Adam Spensley and Satvik Kandru October 24, 2019

How did you get into running ultramarathons? I did my first half-marathon in fifth grade, and after that I got kind of addicted to running half marathons and I just kept progressing, and as I went further...

Senior Cameron Harless

Senior Cameron Harless

September 21, 2018

“I’m really passionate about running because I like it a lot, and it’s really fun. I started running in fourth grade, when I joined Pup’s Running. It was mostly just because (of) my family —...

Ben Underwood, 12

Ben Underwood, 12

Lin-Lin Mo, Feature Reporter September 21, 2017

“I like to challenge myself. In running, you are going against other people so there’s that external factor that’s challenging you, but you’re also running against yourself because running is an...

CHS students reflect on the implications of healthy versus excessive exercise

CHS students reflect on the implications of healthy versus excessive exercise

News May 19, 2016

Senior Haleigh Overshiner participates in school athletics and said she considers fitness to be an important part of her everyday life, like many CHS students. As a varsity runner on the women’s track...

Women may surpass men in athleticism in future

perspectives November 6, 2008

By Sarah Sheafer <[email protected]> In the early to mid 20th century, the proposal of women outshining men in any sport was unheard of. However, a new study provides evidence of the possibility...

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