All posts by Sabrina Little

Sabrina Little

is a trail runner and ultrarunner for HOKA and Nathan Sports, and a Philosophy PhD student at Baylor University. She is trying to figure out whether it is more unreasonable to pursue mountain running in Waco, Texas (elevation 470 feet) or philosophy in the year 2018. Learn more about Sabrina on her website.

Admiration and Awe: Learning from Redwoods
Admiration and Awe: Learning from Redwoods
on November 21, 2018
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Sabrina Little’s essay on the merits of admiring and emulating our sport’s greatest athletes.


Unhappy Self-Assertion: Envy in the Distance Runner
Unhappy Self-Assertion: Envy in the Distance Runner
on October 17, 2018
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Sabrina Little on the value of admiration and the danger of envy in distance running.


Friends and Tethers
Friends and Tethers
on September 19, 2018
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Sabrina Little writes about how friends and family enhance our running and lives.


Joy in the Storm
Joy in the Storm
on August 15, 2018
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Sabrina Little writes about choosing joy… even when running or life is hard.


Pride Ran-eth Me into a Shed
Pride Ran-eth Me into a Shed
on July 18, 2018
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Sabrina Little writes about running for the purpose of virtue development.