Mr Consistency: Matt Lawder Profile

High turnover is an inevitable reality for CPTC’s Open Roads scoring teams.  Open CPTC members are often still weighing their commitments to the NYC area, running, and CPTC, so movement on and off the club at that age is common.  Since the middle of 2016, the Open Men have benefitted from the consistent contributions of Matt Lawder. Matt has been able to maintain a relatively low profile despite his impressive performances.  But, as a valuable teammate and someone who has shown willingness to get involved with CPTC more broadly, Matt deserves a formal introduction. Matt moved to NYC from St. Louis…

Championship Running in Your 70’s: Hal Lieberman Profile

In 2017, we featured a piece written by our own Hal Lieberman detailing his approach to and advice for maintaining a successful running career as a masters runner.  This winter, Hal proved himself to be an authority on the subject when he took home gold and silver medals at the USATF Masters Indoor Track & Field Championships.  I recently had the pleasure to catch up with Hal and hear about his championship races, his start in running, some of the more memorable moments from a long and successful career, and more on the roles that running and his career play…

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