Back to running again, after my little disagreement last month with my basement stairs. I'm taking it easy getting back into it, as I can tell that my overall fitness and strength is way lower than I'd like it to be. I don't want to overly tax myself and then end up injured again. Still, it feels great to be running again, even if the volume is low and the speed is slow. I've always loved running in winter, and I've missed much of the last two winters with injuries, so these runs feel great.
Not sure what the greatest accomplishments of 2012 were in the ultrarunning world, but from my own biased perspective, Jeremy Bradford's seven 100-mile wins sure stands out as the most underrated.