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no medals in race walking projects stand to gain by nike1312 Posted Sat 12 Jan 2013 2:32am Beijing Olympics, no medals in race walking projects stand to gain. London Olympic Games,  nike free run 2   Walking Race played a nice turnaround, 1 gold and 3 bronze (men's 20km walk gold medalist Chen Ting  the bronze medalist town  contribution for the Chinese track and field, men's 50 km walk the bronze medalist Secretary-day peak, the women's ... Read on »
Race Walk - Gold medal! by Alice V. Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Aug 2013 1:36am Despite picking up a cold in the last few days I managed to beat my personal best time and get a gold medal for the 3km  race walk!Very happy about that! All age groups walked together but got awarded medals seperately. See pics below! Read on »
Bronze Medal for 3km race walk! by Alice V. Patient Expert Posted Fri 24 Jun 2011 5:20am Read on »
Biggest Loser Run/Walk Race by RunEatPlay Posted Tue 22 Jan 2013 2:30pm I woke up this morning really hoping that they’d cancel school so I wouldn’t have to wait at the bus stop. It’s -4 degrees this morning and feels like -16 degrees. -4 degrees. Four degree below zero. It’s too cold. I hate the cold. I despise it. I would rather there be no school than walk out to the bus stop. I am not a cold weather person. ... Read on »
Race Ready--if I can walk by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 May 2009 5:43pm I can totally tell that my fitness is getting sharp, because the fitter I am, the harder it is to get out of bed in the morning, pull myself out of a chair or haul my carcass out of my tiny car. By that measure, I'm the second coming of Dave Scott, because I'm stiff, sore, cranky and tired. I blame Coach Kris (and I can only assume he will w ... Read on »
Run/Walk, is it for you? My race day experience. by irunnerblog Posted Mon 26 Mar 2012 10:26am Two weeks ago I completed a half marathon.  My training was basically non-existent due to rehabbing a recent injury.  Thanks to the wonderful (insert sarcasm) policies of the NYRR, I was unable to take my NYC Half Marathon lottery selection and defer it to 2013.  I was determined to finish that race, with no time goal in mind, so I turned to a ... Read on »
Jan 23, 2009 convince Boston Marathon to let COPD with O2 carte walk the race by Roxlyn Facebook Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 3:45pm Subject: please read this plea MIKE' s letter to do Boston Marathon.doc below his is my note. Sent: Friday, January 23, 2009 2:30 PM Subject:MIKE' s letter to do Boston Marathon.docFriends, For those of you who know me I am generally a pretty low-keyed guy, but I' ve encountered an issue that I need your support on. I have made ... Read on »
Should You Walk During a Running Race? by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 11:00pm Prior to 2003, my marathon training was minimal. In fact, my longest run before ever doing a full marathon was 13.1 miles. This allowed me lots of free time but also limited my marathon times to ~4:00. Then I decided to train hard to see if I could break the world record [...] Read on »
Walking the talk: Komen Race for the Cure by Tami B. Posted Wed 01 Sep 2010 12:00am September 27, 2010 - Posted by tamilb Chrissy, my sales representative, Mke and me were at the Komen Cincinnati Race for the Cure I wanted to let everyone know that the second printing of From Incurable to Incredible will be available through my publisher any day now. In the meantime, if you are comin ... Read on »
Walk Towards The Light: A Race Report by Kendall G. Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 5:41pm January 7, 2007--the morning of the Walt Disney World Marathon--dawned perfectly . . . if you're a tropical fish. I'm pretty sure that I found Nemo in corral A with me, and he found the 90% humidity much to his liking. You could actually see the air under the glare of the arc lights. I kid you not. Nemo's gills were working just fine thank you ... Read on »