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VIDEO: “E 60″ Catching Kayla

Posted by: on November, 21 2014

Tom Rinaldi tells the remarkable story of Kayla Montgomery — who, despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, has become one of the best young distance runners in the country.

Winners of FREE Race Drawing: November

Posted by: on November, 21 2014

Winners have been announced for the November drawing.  Racegrader.com provides the Southern California race community the opportunity to win FREE race entries every two weeks.   Our site also offers the best online race calendar, authentic reviews, and exclusive discount codes.  We will be giving away tons of FREE entries on the 20th of each […]

VIDEO: How To Run A Hugger

Posted by: on November, 20 2014

G.O. H.A.R.D., or Globally Organized Hug A Runner Day, takes place annually on Nov. 20. It is a day when runners of all sizes, shapes, colors, speeds and abilities come together to “share the sweat” in a show of appreciation. Watch this informative (and funny) video from Olympian Adam Goucher and Tim Catalano of Run […]

VIDEO: Terry Fox 30 Years Of Hope

Posted by: on November, 20 2014

A look back at the life and journey of Terry Fox, a Canadian hero.

Lance Armstrong Tries Beer Mile

Posted by: on November, 19 2014

Published on Competitor.com The former professional cyclist gives up after his first lap of four around the track. Lance Armstrong attempted to qualify for the inaugural Beer Mile World Championships 10 days ago in Austin, Texas. It ended up being a quarter mile run instead. Watch more videos on Flotrack Armstrong joined a group of […]

Getting To The Starting Line

Posted by: on November, 13 2014

Found on RunnersWorld.com and written by Jennifer Van Allen Want to get in shape? If you’re not regularly exercising and want to start running, your first steps – literally – should spent be walking. Walking, and running, are two of the least expensive and most convenient ways to get fit, lose weight, reduce stress, and […]

VIDEO: Be Kind To Cyclists

Posted by: on November, 12 2014

A rough cut of a trailer for an upcoming documentary featuring Al Bastidas from the non-profit organization “Please Be Kind To Cyclists” as well as Harvey Davis, John Fusselman, and Melissa Holan, three individuals who have lost a loved one as a result of a cycling accident. This documentary focuses on ghost bikes around the […]

Veterans Find Peace Through Running

Posted by: on November, 10 2014

Found on RunnersWorld.com and written by Lisa Jhung Trail running, with its difficult terrain and obstacles, requires stamina and grit–something service members know a thing or two about. In November, in honor of Veterans Day, Team Red, White & Blue (TRWB), an organization that helps military members transition back into civilian life, will host its […]

10 Biggest Running Mistakes

Posted by: on November, 10 2014

Found on Outsideonline.com Whether you’re a fitness runner or a sub-three-hour marathoner, you’ve probably committed one or more of the ten crimes listed below. But don’t worry, these errors are easy to correct. We recruited renowned coaches Dr. Jason Karp, and Dr. Matt Moran to keep you running happy and injury-free. #10: Too Much, Too Fast “The biggest […]

Woman Kills Cyclist In Hit And Run Gets 10 Months Probation

Posted by: on November, 7 2014

After deliberating a little more than five hours, an Angelina County jury sentenced a 22-year old Lufkin woman who fled the scene after she hit and killed a bicyclist on Christmas Day to 10 years of probation. KTRE.com | Lufkin and Nacogdoches, Texas