When Lori Shannon first announced her intent to run a marathon, people responded with more than a hint of incredulity. Lori had no experience and, at 5’3” and a size 16, she didn’t cut the form of a typical distance runner. Even so, she set to work and completed the 1993 New York City Marathon, proving to herself that with the proper training and dedication, she need not live life as a spectator. Since crossing that first finish line, Lori has never looked back; she has since run multiple marathons, competed in triathlons, and ridden her bike cross-country.
Seven years later, Lori founded See Jane Run in San Francisco, hoping to empower women to test their limitations and bolster their own fitness and self-confidence. The female-operated fitness company has since grown to encompass four West Coast locations that sell women’s running gear, including shoes, sports bras, and aerodynamic shower caps. At its four retail locations, like-minded runners come together with free weekly run clubs, giving them a group setting in which to train to meet their own individual goals or prepare for one of See Jane Run’s half marathons or 5Ks.
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The welcoming staff at Fat Tony’s slings an eclectic menu of American fare under the glow of Wichita’s largest HD television. Launch your lunch or dinner by dipping into the fried pickle chips ($6.99) or crispy hot wings ($6.99) before advancing one taste bud at a time to the main course. Handheld classics, such as the pepper-and-onion-topped Philly cheesesteak ($7.99) or Tony's half-pound premium Black Angus burger ($7.99+) satisfy utensil-phobes, and pizza ($6.99+) and a 12-ounce rib-eye steak accompanied by green beans and a choice of potato ($14.99) conquer hunger pangs like Alexander the Great’s blue-ribbon-winning apple pie.