Posted on behalf of Bill Odell, director of HOK’s Science + Technology group and sustainable design pioneer.
A week ago, I ran the London Marathon. I was running as part of the Cancer Research UK team, one of the partners in the UKCMRI research center we are designing in central London.
It was a terrific day to run and perhaps the best race I have ever been involved in. For the runners out there, I highly recommend it. The route starts in Greenwich, winds through the Docklands before heading into London, past the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey before ending in front of …
A lot of HOKers are involved in athletic endeavors of all sorts (cycling, tennis, real estate games, picnic games, etc)…but two of our very own just competed in one of the most extreme running competitions out there: a Ragnar Relay.
What is a Ragnar Relay? Well, basically, it’s you and your 11 closest pals running 200 miles through the wilderness over a 24-hour period.
It’s really quite simple. Get a bunch of friends together (or we can help you find team members who’ll quickly become your friends) and start running. Okay, there’s a little more to it. Your relay team will