Morgan and Kim's Running Page

Morgan Brown

Canadian Rockies
Sequoia/Kings Canyon

Books that Morgan

Races we've done

Interactive Online Running Calculators
With these calculators, you can "build your own" custom run and use the calculator to check the distance and elevation gain.
Stanford-area Common road runs and runs on the (paved) Stanford Hills trails.
Stanford/Palo Alto/Los Altos Expanded (relative to Stanford-area calculator), including western Palo Alto/Los Altos, and much of Los Altos Hills. Warning for dialup connections: Map image is almost 1 MB
Rancho San Antonio This popular open space preserve near Cupertino, CA has a network of well-trodden trails, most with considerable elevation gain.
Free Running Spreadsheet
Free Running Log Spreadsheet Sorry for the silly self-promotion ("Free"), but I want search engines to pick up the word free because I've seen lots of people on the web charging quite a bit of $$$ for what should be a simple tool. To see how this works, try this HTML example for our 2004 Napa Valley Marathon training. The spreadsheet lets you enter a running program and charts your progress toward the race with various statistics. I've found it useful so far. To use the spreadsheet, simply fill in the green cells: race date, planned distances, and actual run distance and pace.

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