I get out of my Uber at Lansdowne Street, looking fly, and take a look around. There he is. His lanky body hunched against a wall, beer in hand. He looks like a typical Boston guy: How is this supposedly talented and very fast marathoner already drunk at noon? More importantly, how the hell am I going to sit through a freaking baseball game with this guy?
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I tend towards the lone, she-wolf way of exercising. I generally run alone, ride alone, race alone. In fact in all of , I went on a total of 12 run outings with others—half of those were for work. Pitiful, I know. Evidently it was even so out of character for my iPhone usage that Apple sent me email suggesting my account had been hacked.