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Extra, Extra - Run All About It by Amy H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 03 May 2009 10:12pm By Peter Washkowitz Dear readers, let' s take a look back at the week in running: * As reported in the Desert News (Salt Lake City, UT) on April 26th, one unlucky Draper resident certainly had a blazing workout last Sunday. Once finished with his treadmill workout in his family' s basement, the resident' s (the article never names him) t ... Read on »
Marathons+Moderation Guest Post #26 by A Healthy, Happier Bear Facebook Posted Wed 28 Dec 2011 9:52am Editor’s Note: If you participated in the Home for the Holidays Virtual 10K don’t forget to submit your times here and email me your pictures as we will be choosing winners by December 31st! Also, check out the photo album here ! I’m Melinda, a founding member of the New York Flyers , former member of the Central Park Track Club, and tr ... Read on »
Country Music Half Marathon report by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:15pm Way back in December when I decided to run the half as an excuse to visit my sis in Nashville, I was under the impression that it would be just another race, a piece of cake in a full marathon training season. I convinced my sis and bro-in-law to join me on the run; she's done 2 halfs but he's never gone that far in a race. Sandy decided to com ... Read on »
WISCONSIN CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE CWD DISCOVERED MARATHON COUNTY HUNTING PRESERVE by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Dec 2013 5:28pm CWD-positive White-tailed Deer Found on Marathon County Hunting Preserve   Date: December 2, 2013 Contact: Raechelle Cline, 608-224-5005 or Jim Dick, Communications Director, 608-224-5020   MADISON – For the first time in five years, a white-tailed deer on a hunting preserve has tested positive for chronic wasting disease ... Read on »
Race Report: New York City Marathon by ajlesser Patient Expert Posted Fri 15 Nov 2013 9:33am There I was, standing on the left side of 1st Ave in the middle of the New York City Marathon , having just descended the Queensboro Bridge around Mile 16, unable to run.  The Queensboro is often referred to as the most difficult of the bridges in the New York City Marathon course for a number of reasons:  1) It is the only place ... Read on »
Wisconsin tracks 81 deer from game farm with CWD buck to seven other states by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 11 Feb 2014 7:13pm Wisconsin tracks 81 deer from game farm with CWD buck to seven other states   State tracks 81 deer from game farm with CWD buck   By Lee Bergquist of the Journal Sentinel Feb. 11, 2014 5:18 p.m.   The state agriculture department said Tuesday that 81 deer have been traced to farms in Wisconsin and seven other ... Read on »
Surprise! I Ran The SunTrust Richmond Marathon! by Dori Manela Posted Tue 15 Nov 2011 10:54am . . . continued from last week after I DNF’d the ING NYC Marathon. Once I made it to 95th street, mile 18 of the NYC Marathon, I stood there with my boyfriend and friends a few minutes, crying but not leaving, but also not making any real effort to continue. I just wanted to lie down. That is all I had wanted since I entered Manhattan. ... Read on »
Just another marathon Monday (@ chelsea piers) by Melissa Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm 1 Comment It was so lovely to have a friend in town! And hard to say goodbye.  But into work I went, and on the way, I noticed that my subway stopped was all dressed up in ING Marathon wear.  So stylish! Work was a little hectic, and I almost forgot that I had an exciting night in store. I was offered a tour of Chelsea Piers and a massage in ... Read on »
Race Report: B&A Trail Marathon by ajlesser Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Mar 2012 9:15am When I first started planning for this marathon training cycle, I knew I had a weight lifted off my shoulder, given the BQ time had moved to 3:05 and I am just not in that ballpark yet to train at those paces.  I still have some work to do to prove my fitness before stepping into that territory.  So after last year’s race where I raced on ... Read on »
Mind over Matter? The Central Governor Theory Explained by runnersconnect Posted Thu 30 May 2013 6:00am As runners, we spend countless hours focused on the physiological aspects of training – VO2max, threshold, aerobic development, etc.  And for good reason. There is no doubt that improving these biological systems will help you run faster. However, when it comes to racing, are physiological limitations all that matter or is there a mental co ... Read on »