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Date: 
03/05/2018 - 15:41

CHATTANOOGA — Christian Thompson of Ooltewah, TN, and Rebecca Weinand of Maryville were winners of the Erlanger Chattanooga Marathon. Thompson finished in 2:31:28 and Weinand in 3:10:04.

Second-fifth male finishers were Adam Veron of Hixon, TN, in 2:58:20; Garick Hill of Cincinnati, OH, in 2:58:58; Owen Speer of Alison, TN, in 2:59:56; and Alex Finley of Ooltewah in 3:00:18.

Jessica Marlier of Chattanooga was second female in 3:25, followed by Nora Adams of Boalsburg, PA, in 3:30:45; Elizabeth Ceja of Salem, TN, in 3:33:50; and Molly Ragsdale of West Palm Beach, FL, in 3:34:41.

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Date: 
03/05/2018 - 14:35

new.jpgNew Orleans resident, Marcus Hoof, victorious in the marathon while Kylen Cieslak takes top spot in women’s race; Kevin Castille and Sarah Crouch finish first in the half marathon

NEW ORLEANS (March 4, 2018) -- Nearly 20,000 runners from age 12 to 86 took to the streets of New Orleans to participate in the 9th running of the Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Marathon & ½ Marathon.

Regional
Date: 
03/05/2018 - 10:49

Stars and Stripes Design Available Exclusively to Armed Forces Members and Veterans

peachnumber.jpgATLANTA – March 5, 2018 -- Active duty members of the armed forces as well as reservists, National Guard and military veterans will be honored and celebrated at the 49th AJC Peachtree Road Race on July 4, 2018. Through a partnership with United Military Care, Atlanta Track Club which organizes the largest road race event in the United States unveiled a commemorative race number design available exclusively to servicemen and women.

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Date: 
03/04/2018 - 16:51

0e9fc5d9-3c6b-4145-abb4-fec7866ce34f.pngLITTLE ROCK, AR -- More than 12,000 runners and walkers took to the streets of Little Rock for the 16th annual Little Rock Marathon races. Racers competed in the marathon, half marathon and wheelchair events Sunday in downtown Little Rock.

The following are race results and comments from top finishers in the marathon, half marathon, and wheelchair competitions:

Regional
Date: 
03/02/2018 - 12:59

Race champions capture final $10,000 Super Bonus qualifying berths for upcoming 2018 PRRO Championship; 16th Publix Gasparilla Half offered $30,000 U.S.-only prize purse

Sara-Hall-Gasparilla-HM-2018-3-227x275.jpgTAMPA, Fla. – The Publix Gasparilla Half Marathon, the 2018 PRRO Circuit racing season opener on Sunday, February 25, featured two down-to-the-wire finishes under warm, humid conditions. In the women’s professional race, Sara Hall, 34, from Redding, CA, edged defending champion Stephanie Bruce, 34, from Flagstaff, AZ, by one second: 1 hour, 12 minutes, 1 second to 1:12:02; both shattered the course record of 1:12:35 by Jen Rhines in 2015. For the men, Colorado residents Elkanah Kibet, 32, Colorado Springs and Parker Stinson, 25, Boulder also battled to the finish line with Kibet prevailing by two seconds, 1:03:39 to 1:03:41.

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Date: 
03/01/2018 - 15:11

World’s largest 10K set for July 4

ATLANTA – March 1, 2018 – Over the course of the next three weeks, 60,000 runners and walkers will sign up to take part in the 49th AJC Peachtree Road Race. Atlanta Track Club announced the opening of registration today for the world’s largest 10K. Registration is currently available to Atlanta Track Club members who activated their membership by February 1, 2018.

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Date: 
03/01/2018 - 12:33

$35.5 million was raised by nearly 9,300 charity runners during the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon, including more than $6.1 million raised by Team for Kids to benefit NYRR’s free youth fitness programs

NEW YORK – New York Road Runners (NYRR) have announced that marathon legend Meb Keflezighi, the only athlete ever to win the New York City Marathon, the Boston Marathon, and an Olympic medal, has partnered with the world’s premier running organization and will serve as Ambassador & Special Advisor to its charity running team,NYRR Team for Kids.

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A Perspective on Perspective

Date: 
02/28/2018 - 16:36
Date: 
02/28/2018 - 16:36

By Scott Ludwig

I realize it’s difficult for a runner to talk about running without ‘dropping numbers.’ After all it’s practically impossible to tell someone what you’ve accomplished in a pair of running shoes without them. (I’m still talking about numbers here—not runners because some run barefoot, wearing sandals, etc.).

It wouldn’t make much sense to tell your neighbor you ‘ran a race of considerable distance’ because that’s about as vague as telling them you don’t pass gas much. Rather, stating you ran 6.2 miles in less than 60 minutes and your pace was just less than nine-minutes per mile makes much more sense and is a lot easier for your neighbor to grasp.

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Date: 
02/27/2018 - 11:38

Event Held in Conjunction with Baltimore Running Festival in October

Festival-2013-FLAG-endurace-sports-wire-275x97.jpgBALTIMORE, MD — Corrigan Sports Enterprises (CSE) announced that Baltimore will host the 2018 National Black Marathoners Association’s (NBMA) Annual Summit in conjunction with October’s Baltimore Running Festival.

Race organizers anticipate up to 700 NBMA members will participate in the summit and/or running festival. The 18th annual running festival will attract an estimated 23,000 total runners from all 50 states and nearly three dozen countries on October 22nd.

Regional
Date: 
02/26/2018 - 13:46

By AARON SAFT,
Owner, FootRX, Asheville, NC
www.footrxasheville.com

So many people I meet are intimidated by trail running. I hear things like “Aren’t there bears?” or “Don’t you get lost?” I smile and answer yes to both. Then I explain how they can get into trail running with far less apprehension of the things we cannot control. In this segment, I will discuss how you can get to know the trails so you don’t feel as though you are going to get lost.

First, I suggest joining a trail running group that has people that run around your pace and distance. Learn some new loops, meet some new people you can potentially run with outside the group run and have fun!

Regional
Date: 
02/25/2018 - 17:14

Six minute PB puts Amy as Number 5 American All time

By Larry Eder
RunBlogRun.com

Cragg_Amy-Baa10k16-thumb-500x750-32469.jpgAmy Cragg, the 2017 London World Championship bronze medalist in the marathon, just opened, and rightfully so, a few more eyes with her fine performance at the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday. Amy ran 2:21:42, nearly a six minute personal best (2:27:03) on the very fast Tokyo course!

Regional
Date: 
02/24/2018 - 15:20

US-Athl-Footwear-Sales-2017.pngBy Larry Eder
RunBlogRun.com

Welcome to the Running Biz, my new series on the business of running. In this frequent new column, I will interpret various goings on, and provide some suggestions on how to improve the daily challenges of our culture.

And now, we begin...

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RRCA Announces National Running Awards

Date: 
02/22/2018 - 12:05
Date: 
02/22/2018 - 12:05

Since 1971, the RRCA has honored dedicated individuals and organizations for outstanding service to the RRCA and the sport of distance running. We are delighted to announce the 2018 RRCA Distance Running Hall of Fame Inductees and the 2017 National Running Award recipients. The outstanding contributors to our sport will be honored at the upcoming RRCA National Running Awards Banquet and Ceremony on April 7, 2018 in Washington, DC. We encourage all RRCA members to join us for this event to celebrate these contributors to the running community.

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Date: 
02/21/2018 - 12:40

OUTDOOR FEST PR- Key deer running 5K- FAVORite events of the FKNWR.jpgBIG PINE, FL — The fourth annual Run with Deer 5K run/walk, a race that wanders through rural roads within National Key Deer Refuge, will be held on Saturday, March 17. Race proceeds will benefit Florida Keys Wildlife Society (formerly known as FAVOR) and used to help support exhibit purchases for the new Nature Center, refuge habitat restoration, education and outreach, and many other Florida Keys National Wildlife Refuges projects that help protect endangered wildlife.

"The Run with Deer 5K race course is a fun route and a great way for people to get out in nature, get a little exercise, and contribute to the National Wildlife Refuges!" says Nancy Chatelaine, Florida Keys Wildlife Society member and race coordinator.

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Weight: Is It A Matter of Willpower?

Date: 
02/20/2018 - 16:53
Date: 
02/20/2018 - 16:53

By Nancy Clark MS RD
Is weight simply a matter of willpower? You might think so, given the number of runners who add on miles, subtract food, and expect excess fat to melt away. But it does not always happen that way. Older runners notice the fat that creeps on year after year seems harder to lose. And others who have slimmed down complain how easily they regain lost body fat.

The Endocrine Society (www.EndocrineSociety.org) took a close look at why we can too easily accumulate excess body fat, as well as why it's so easy for dieters to regain lost fat. (1) They describe fat-gain as a disorder of the body's energy balance system, not just a passive accumulation of excess calories. They highlight many factors other than food and exercise that influence body fatness, including genetics, the environment, and evolution.

Regional
Date: 
02/19/2018 - 12:00

usa.jpegALBUQUERQUE -- Christian Coleman crushed the world record in the Nike men’s 60 meters, while Sharika Nelvis broke the American record in the 60m hurdles Sunday afternoon at the 2018 USATF Indoor Championships.

Maurice Greene had twice run the world-record time of 6.39, in 1998 and again in 2001. The 21-year-old Coleman opened his 2018 season with a time of 6.37, but whether the mark would be accepted as world record was in doubt due to electronic blocks not being used at the meet.

On Sunday, Coleman left no doubt as to his status as the fastest 60-meter man in history and as the next star of men’s sprinting.

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IRONMAN Celebrating its 40th Anniversary

Date: 
02/16/2018 - 16:02
Date: 
02/16/2018 - 16:02

ironman.pngTAMPA, FL — The first IRONMAN was held in 1978 in Oahu, Hawa’i. IRONMAN is beginning the “40 Years of Dreams” campaign in celebration.

Throughout the course of the 2018 IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3® event series, the campaign will be rolled out in a variety of ways, leading up to the IRONMAN World Championship in Kailua-Kona, Hawai`i on October 13.

Regional
Date: 
02/14/2018 - 12:19

PITTSBURGH — The USA Track & Field Foundation has awarded grants totaling $273,000 to 65 elite track & field athletes announced Foundation Executive Director Tom Jackovic and Chairman Bob Greifeld. The Foundation plans to award over $1,000,000 in grants in 2018, which is a new record.

In an effort to simplify the USATF Foundation’s Elite Athlete Development Grant program, there will be shift in the grant award schedule for this year and subsequent years. In 2018, the USATF Foundation will award another round of Elite Athlete Development grants following USATF Outdoor Championships in July.

Regional
Date: 
02/13/2018 - 16:59

RUSA_2018Conference_Logo_FINAL-1-275x205.pngFlying Pig Marathon’s Iris Simpson Bush inducted into Hall of Champions, P3R’s Patrice Matamoros earns Women’s Leadership Award, Aaron Nemzer of DMSE named Rising Star. Atlanta Track Club honored.

AUSTIN, TX – At the Running USA Awards Dinner Sunday evening at the 2018 Running USA Industry Conference powered by ACTIVE Network (runningusa.org), the best and the brightest in the industry were honored and $35,000 of grants were awarded to youth running programs and elite development programs.

Regional
Date: 
02/12/2018 - 14:16

Shawanna White of Columbia, SC second female, ninth overall.

BIRMINGHAM, AL — Tildrek Nurme of Estonia was the overall winner of the Mercedes Marathon on Saturday, Feb. 11, in a course record 2:18:38. Geofrey Terer of Colorado Springs was runnerup in 2:25:11. William Christian of Norfolk, VA, was third in 2:26:09, followed by Chris Lemon of Dayton, OH, in 2:30:40 and Hillary Too of Palatine, IL, in 2:36:03.

Kenyan Gladys Cheboi of Grand Prarie, TX, was the female winner in 2:46:10 while Shawanna White of Columbia, SC, ran a strong 2:51:14 to take second. Leah Frost of Portland, ME, was third in 3:00:07, followed by Dani Steinbacher of Ann Arbor, MI, in 3:04:05 and Erica Schramm of Las Vegas in 3:05:00.

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