Getting to Know Bad Ass Women of OCR – Lindsay Webster-Atkins


Interview with OCR superstar Lindsay Webster-Atkins. Covers topics like her first race, hardest race, next goal, who inspire her, and more.

My sister once told me to always go out and race your race, and race your best. Don’t get too caught up in beating any one person. When you’ve raced your absolute best, even if you didn’t win, you can finish the day saying it was one of your best days. If you’re just trying to beat someone, and you don’t succeed, even if it was the best race you’ve ever run you’ll come out disappointed.

This article originally appeared at Mud Run Guide. Click here to go to original article

Original AuthorCharity Fick
Original SourceMud Run Guide
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