Search
Search Only:
Search Keyword: weston
Total: 15 results found.
1. My Racewalk Failure
(Reading/The Wikiwalker)
... for health as well as those genetic exceptions who have greater pain tolerance. It should be noted that Edward Payson Weston, an all-time great walker in competition and in health, would have been disqualified ...
2. Edward Payson Weston Research
(News/Announcements)
At long last, the painstaking work of piecing the Weston material  together reaches online publication.  If you do an internet search on "Edward Payson Weston," you will find that much of the material ...
3. Weston on Competition Rules
(Reading/Research)
... in the walking match between E.P. Weston and D. O'Leary... have mutually agreed to consider all walking fair so long as neither of the two competitors has both feet off the ground at the same time. We ...
4. Weston Slideshow
(Images/Slideshow)
Sources: Photographs are drawn from miscelaneous public sources including the Bain Collection, Globetrotters Database (http://xoomer.virgilio.it/globetrotters/index.htm), and ...
5. Weston's Comebacks
(Reading/Research)
Weston the Great Failer This article contains an account of Edward Payson Weston's challenges against time and against himself in his later years, bypassing his competitive career on indoor tracks. ...
Weston's adaptable style Edward Payson Weston walked in all conditions at every hour of day and night. On roads under the stars, in mud or two feet of snow, or on prepared tracks in smoke-filled auditoriums, ...
... 1889 from the perspective of Edward Payson Weston, not the race walk regulations of today. The walking rules of the Pedestrian era evolved on an ad-hoc basis, with terms advertised in advance of the ...
EDWARD PAYSON WESTON'S birth, career summary, and death Born in Providence, RI, March 15, 1839, weight: 4 lbs 6 oz, he was described as "weak and sickly" in childhood. During his 90-year lifetime, ...
9. Weston's 1861 walk
(Images/Feature Fotos)
Edward Payson Weston 10-day walk from Boston, MA to Washington, DC. for the 1861 inauguration of Abraham Lincoln. Link to a review of: The Pedestrian - a book published by Weston in 1862. Fifty ...
"The Pedestrian" is available online courtesy of the scanning project of Google Books at this link: Click here. The entire book can also be read below, courtesy of Google books.
11. The Pedestrian - Weston (1862)
(Reading/Book Reviews)
A digest of Edward Payson Weston's "The Pedestrian," compiled by Charlie Duane Serving also as a table of contents, the title page says: "The Pedestrian, being a correct journal of incidents on a walk ...
12. Local Long Distance - Duane
(Reading/Projects)
After reading about the famous pedestrian, E.P. Weston, and studying satellite maps of my local area, I heard about a local rails-to-trails project taking place in my area (link to: Mattapoisett Rail Trail). ...
13. King of the Peds - Marshall
(Reading/Book Reviews)
... belts.  Much of the credit for popularizing the sport of Pedestrianism can go to Edward Payson Weston, whose much-publicised cross-country walks drew big crowds and much amazement.  Upon entering a town, ...
14. E.P. Weston - Marshall
(Features/Profile)
EDWARD PAYSON WESTON  (1839 - 1929)  PIONEERING LONG-DISTANCE ULTRA HIKER  By P. S. Marshall   Many of you reading this will have probably never heard of Edward Payson Weston, but when you have ...
15. Foot Prints - Duane
(News/Announcements)
... sharing as much helpful information as we can.  It's all about walking - anywhere! An article on Weston the Pedestrian by P.S. Marshall kicks off our online publication in style. Kudos also to Larry ...
 
Bookmark and Share