The Big Apple is buzzing with marathoners they descend upon New York City. In the final hours of preparation for the ING NYC Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 3, the runners head to the race expo (pictured below). Pre-race HQ, the expo hosts packet pickup (where you get your bib and tracking chip) as well as […]
Prepare for those extra candy calories with these Halloween-themed runs. Q50 Halloween Full Moon Trail Runs Run deep into the Louisiana woods at night with this 3- or 6-mile trail race through Fontainebleau State Park. Urban legend has it that the ruins of a sugar plantation in what is now the park are haunted, with […]
Jason Halberstadt jumped into the Denver Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon without much notice, but drew strength from the miles he regularly logs around the city. Here’s his race report. Last Sunday in Denver, Colo., I ran my ninth marathon. Normally I plan longer races like this out months in advance and put in lots of […]
What’s a women-only race like? Meghan Bruce, of Princeton, N.J., says racing the women’s Perfect 10 Miler race was like going to a party. That is, with some hard work and a P.R. in the middle. Check out her recap here.
As if getting into one of the world’s most iconic athletic endurance challenges wasn’t hard enough, competitors in the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kailua-Kona, Hawai’i, are tasked with conquering a 2.4-mile ocean swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2-mile run. Tom Gart, president of the Gart Companies in Denver, Colo., finished his fifth Ironman triathlon on […]