I received the magazine with my article today.
I can't summarize it all today, but my section seems to be called "The different runner", and the title is "The road to the back of the pack". The editors wanted me to try to be funny and not be afraid to make fun of Norwegians. The gist is how someone like me, who kept being defeated by the Norwegian weather, and generally fears walking on the icy roads that dominate winter in Oslo, eventually managed to teach myself to run. And how it took four years of consistent running before I felt I could call myself a runner.
My next article will probably be about how we slower runners are treated at different races. How it varies from races like the St. George's, where all the marshals cheer enthusiastically for every single runner, to races like the Oslo Marathon 10K, where they start clearing the drinks stations before the back of the pack have passed.