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November 2016

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12/01/2016 - 12:21

SAVANNAH, GA — The shark is back! - After the buzz from the 2016 Critz Tybee Run Fest commercial, featuring the unofficial mascot, the Shark, Critz Tybee Run Fest organizers and WTOC decided to bring him back for more action.

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Date: 
12/01/2016 - 05:20

DALLAS — Organizers of the BMW Dallas Marathon, Half Marathon and Behringer Relay said the 2016 Pro Relay Challenge will feature five professional runners from the HOKA ONE ONE elite program running alongside marathon relay participants from Dallas’ professional sports teams in a friendly competition. For the second year in a row, the BMW Dallas Marathon is the only major city marathon to feature race day competition and partnership among five professional sports franchises.

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11/30/2016 - 18:45

A record-breaking 6183 runners were recorded crossing the finish line in SouthWood

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Runners converged on the state office complex in Southwood on Thanksgiving morning for the annual running of the Tallahassee Turkey Trot. The races, organized by Gulf Winds Track Club, included distances of 15k, 10k, 5k and one mile. 6183 participants — a record breaking number — finished one or more of the distances.

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Registration Opens For Event Directors

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11/29/2016 - 14:13
Date: 
11/29/2016 - 14:13

Registration is now open for attendees and exhibitors for the Event Directors College Series East Coast Conference. The three-day conference, hosted by the Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston, S.C., will be held March 29 - 31 and produced by the Portland Marathon, which has hosted a top-quality event directors conference for 27 years.

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Hicks, Hoyt Win Marathon

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11/29/2016 - 12:44
Date: 
11/29/2016 - 12:44

WAVELAND, MS — Sean Hicks won the Mississippi Coast Marathon in 2:53:03. Second went to Tom Aliff in 3:00:35 with Leonard Vergunst third in 3:07:11.

Sandra Hoyt was female winner in 3:59:47, Mary Kelley finished in second place in 3:49:47, and Kristina Saravia was third in 4:15.14.

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Date: 
11/28/2016 - 18:37

INDIANAPOLIS -- USATF will recognize 2016 Olympian and world junior record holder Sydney McLaughlin as Youth Athlete of the Year and eight-time 2016 WMA gold medalist Irene Obera as Masters Athlete of the Year at the Jesse Owens Awards, announced Monday.

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Date: 
11/28/2016 - 15:53

cache_sb_s_5185982817.jpegYou’ve now got three months of solid training behind you. Keep the days between racing and the hard days relaxed. Now it’s time to focus on your racing. How are you feeling? When do you tire? When do you kick? Try some different race strategies.

Weeks 13–20: You’ve Made It!

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Date: 
11/23/2016 - 16:34

HOUSTON - - The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) awarded the Chevron Houston Marathon and Aramco Houston Half Marathon IAAF label status for 2017 in recognition of meeting and exceeding the criteria for the respective labels in the 2016 races. The Chevron Houston Marathon has been elevated to IAAF Silver Label Road Race status for 2017, while the Aramco Houston Half Marathon was awarded Bronze Label Road Race status. The 45th running of the Chevron Houston Marathon will be conducted on January 15, 2017, and elite fields will be announced next month.

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Blair Teal Wins Marathon

Date: 
11/23/2016 - 12:47
Date: 
11/23/2016 - 12:47

OUTER BANKS, NC — Blair Teal, 30, of Charlotte won the Outer Banks Marathon in 2:22:04.5. Robert Gititu was second in 2:28:20.8 and A. J. Kelly third in 2:38:34.1. Svetlana Pretot, 45, of France was the female winner in 2:53:05.3. Katherine Price was second in 2:55:44.7 and Joyce Miller third in 3:01:59.7. Masters winners were Scott Reamer in 2:50:29 and Christine Rockey in 3:14:51.1.

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Date: 
11/22/2016 - 16:56

GREENVILLE, SC — Michael Holland, 20, of Beech Mountain, NC, was the winner of the Paris Mountain Road Race 20K in 1:11:51. The tough course featured 2500 feet of elevation climb and 89 curves for the RRCA state 20K championship. Billy Krier, 22, of Seneca, SC, was second in 1:16:04, Andrew Baker of Greenville was third in 1:20:43. Fourth was Nicholas Osborne of Greer in 1:21:43 while John Gamble, also of Greer, was fifth in 1:21:56.

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