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Tuscaloosa Track Club Holds Award Banquet

Date: 
02/22/2011 - 12:45
Date: 
02/22/2011 - 12:45

Tuscaloosa 018.jpgThe Tuscaloosa Track Club recently held its Grand Prix Award Banquet at Evangeline’s Restaurant. Throughout the evening, many TTC members were recognized for their running achievements throughout last year. TTC triathletes who participated in the USAT Age-Group National Championship this past September were named. These included Eric Wilson, Michael Moore, Cathy Pagani, Leigh Ann Hobson, Carol Moore-Smith, and Richard Snow. Many of these athletes have earned a spot with the Team USA and will travel to Beijing to participate in the ITU Sprint World Championship.

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Date: 
02/22/2011 - 12:35

By BILL MARABLE
USATF State Record Keeper

Neville Miller and Kristi Arledge have been chosen South Carolina Long Distance Runners of the Year by USA Track and Field for 2010. Also chosen were outstanding masters competitors, George Luke and Susi Smith.

Winning 21 of 25 races, Neville Miller dominated the Lowcountry running scene. Originally from St. Louis, he went to the University of Missouri, where he walked on the track team and earned All-America honors as a middle distance runner. He has personal bests of 1:47.08 for 800 meters and 3:45.24 for 1500 meters along with competing in the 2008 US Olympic Trials in the 800.

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Savannah Striders Active and Involved

Date: 
02/22/2011 - 12:37
Date: 
02/22/2011 - 12:37

By: KAREN DOVE BARR

Striders 1.jpgThe Savannah Striders has been promoting running in Savannah, GA, since the mid-1970s. Ranging from a core group of around fifty to more than one hundred members the Striders combine Savannah’s tradition of partying with unique Savannah-style road races.

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Women CAN Run & Walk!

Date: 
02/15/2011 - 18:05
Date: 
02/15/2011 - 18:05

Registration Open for 40 Free Running/Walking Clinics Across State
Conway, Ark. (February 2, 2011) - Have you always wanted to walk or start running? Or would you like to become a faster runner and build endurance? Women Run Arkansas’s 14th annual “Women Can Run/Walk” clinics will assist women of all levels reach their running and walking goals through training clinics hosted in 40 towns and cities across Arkansas.

Beginning the week of February 27, clinics will meet for 1 hour, twice a week for 10 weeks. During clinics, participants learn about the importance of proper gear, receive healthy training tips, and work together in beginner, intermediate and advanced groups to prepare for a 5K (3.1 miles) graduation event!

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Date: 
02/15/2011 - 18:08

Boit men's half-marathon champion; Joslyn, Zakrzewski marathon winners; nearly 17,000 entrants
Running USA wire
By Dan Cruz, Competitor Group

NEW ORLEANS - (February, 13, 2010) - Kim Smith of New Zealand set a pending U.S. All-Comers record in the half marathon on Sunday, clocking 1 hour, 7 minutes, 36 seconds at the second Rock 'n' Roll Mardi Gras Marathon & Half-Marathon benefiting the American Cancer Society. The 29-year-old ran away from the rest of the women's field in the opening mile and was never challenged on her way to setting a 19-second personal best and shattering her national record for the 13.1-mile distance.

"My goal was to run a little bit slower because my coach didn't want me to push it too hard," said Smith, who finished sixth overall. "But I felt good out there. I'm training for the Boston Marathon so I'm in pretty heavy training at the moment so I didn't think I would run this fast. I'm pretty happy after the heavy training week to run like that."

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Date: 
02/14/2011 - 05:19

New Orleans, LA – A relationship spanning several decades and 700-plus road races has come to a close. Chuck George announced his resignation as Executive Race Director for the New Orleans Track Club (NOTC) on December 1.

During George’s tenure, NOTC grew to over two-thousand members, making it one of the ten largest running clubs in the nation. But he will probably be best remembered for directing one of the first sporting events in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, the 2006 Mardi Gras Marathon.

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Date: 
02/14/2011 - 05:23

The men's and women's American Olympic Marathon Trials will be held next year on Jan. 14 in Houston, Texas. Below are the 12 fastest men's and women's qualifing tilmes as of Feb. 12.

Below are the top 12 fastest men's and women's qualifying times as of Feb. 12, 2011:

MEN

No. Time Name Event
1 2:08:41 Ryan Hall (CA) 2010 Boston Marathon
2 2:09:15 Meb Keflezighi (CA) 2009 New York City Marathon
3 2:10:00 Dathan Ritzenhein (OR) 2009 London Marathon
4 2:10:36 Brett Gotcher (AZ) 2010 Houston Marathon
5 2:11:06 Jason Hartmann (OR) 2010 Chicago Marathon

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Beating Burnout

Date: 
02/11/2011 - 13:22
Date: 
02/11/2011 - 13:22

By Richard Ferguson

As an avid runner, Susan is a longtime member of the local running club. For the past five years she has been one of the most active members, participating in almost every club race or activity. Susan hasn’t missed a day of training for years and she races whenever the opportunity presents itself. If there is a race nearby and she doesn’t participate, she feels guilty.

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Running Resolutions for 2011

Date: 
02/08/2011 - 13:43
Date: 
02/08/2011 - 13:43

By Pete Rea/ZAP Fitness
By nature I am not a fan of resolutions. I have watched resolutions, even amongst the most diligent and resolute, get broken more frequently than the national deficit ceiling. Having said that, we at ZAP have decided this year to come up with a series of resolutions we are bound and determined to follow to the letter. At the suggestion of one of our athletes, we have decided to share these resolutions with our friends in Running Journal country.

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Date: 
02/04/2011 - 17:41

Adugna, Aliyu half-marathon champions; event record of more than 21,000 runners at 9th edition
Running USA wire
By Gary Ferman
MIAMI - (January 30, 2011) - Eithiopian Tesfaye Alemayehu crushed his competition by more than five minutes in recording his first career marathon win at the 9th ING Miami Marathon on Sunday morning.

Alemayehu finished in 2 hours, 12 minutes, 57 seconds, just 35 seconds off the course record, with 2009 race champion Benazzouz Slimani runner-up in 2:18:23 and 2010 race champion Michael Wardian of Arlington, Va. third in 2:23:41.

Alena Vinitskaya of Belarus battled flu-like symptoms to win the women's ING Miami Marathon title in 2:44:39, nearly five minutes ahead of Fort Lauderdale resident Stacie Alboucrek (2:49:03) and third place finisher Tezata Dengersa of Ethiopia (2:49:30).

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