Harriers are a rarified breed of never just one thing.
Running keeps those many parts of us intact. We run because we must. Because it’s a means to an end. Because it allows us to move in and out of ourselves. Because we’re chasing goals, or each other. Because our lives are full and dynamic and complex. Because we’re better at everything when we run. Because we don’t believe in barriers—not in sport or in life.
Harriers run together because the loneliness of the long-distance runner is real.
Because some of the most revealing conversations happen stride for stride in silence. Because running is both an escape and an arrival. Because believing in each other helps us believe in ourselves. Because the power of the flock is infinite.