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  • Lacy off to fast start

    It’s been an impressive month for Calvary Christian cross country runner Joey Lacy. He won the Tunnel to Towers Fort Lauderdale 5K road race in 16:50, and this past weekend, he finished second in the 2A-1A race at the Spanish River Invitational in...
  • L.A. Marathon-ageddon: Bring it on

    L.A. Marathon-ageddon: Bring it on
    Each year, the city of Los Angeles clears a path through traffic-choked streets from east to west for a marathon that in March drew 24,000 runners. Now, a coalition of civic, business and political leaders wants to add another race on the same weekend...
  • 'Oh, my God'

    Soon after the explosions, there appeared on the website of The Boston Globe a video of the moment. Runners in the city's iconic marathon are jogging across the finish line and everyone is cheering, when there is a clap of thunder and an orange bloom of...
  • Cross country: Carlson leads Lincoln in Lexington Catholic Invitational

    Cross country: Carlson leads Lincoln in Lexington Catholic Invitational
    LEXINGTON – It wasn’t the state cross country meet, but the turnout Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park was equal to that of the state championships, with approximately 1,500 athletes converging on the park for the annual Lexington Catholic...
  • Lincoln's Frith finishes first in Bluegrass 10K

    Lincoln's Frith finishes first in Bluegrass 10K
    Emily Frith, who missed last year’s race because of a stress fracture, didn’t have any high expectations going into the 2013 Bluegrass 10,000 in Lexington on July 4. The 19-year-old Stanford runner was simply looking at the 6.2-mile event as...
  • Seawolf Runners Sweep Midnight Sun 10K Titles

    Seawolf Runners Sweep Midnight Sun 10K Titles
    It's against the traditional biological clock of most distance runners to compete in a 10 kilometer race at night.  UAA's Dylan Anthony and Katie Krehlik didn't seem to mind late Saturday night.  The two Seawolf teammates prevailed in the 31st annual...
  • Cross Country: Lincoln's Brian Carlson runs away with E.G. Plummer 5K win

    Cross Country: Lincoln's Brian Carlson runs away with E.G. Plummer 5K win
    Lincoln County High School standout Brian Carlson captured his first cross country win of the season with a dominant performance at the E.G. Plummer Invitational Saturday at Danville. Carlson, a sophomore, crossed the finish line in 16 minutes, 55...
  • Kara's Half Marathon Training Blog 2013

    Kara's Half Marathon Training Blog 2013
    April 26th, 2013 I found this interesting article about Jordin Sparks today. She has lost 55lbs. I noticed she has done it the right way... by taking 2 years. "The fact that I can look back on the past two-and-a-half years of my life and say, 'I did...
  • The Color Run streaks through Orlando

    The Color Run streaks through Orlando
    The Color Run, known as the ‘Happiest 5K on the Planet,’ passed through Orlando this weekend in a blur of brilliant hues. Roughly 10,000 runners, many of them first-time racers, tore through the streets near the Citrus Bowl and surrounding...
  • Leprechaun Leap raises 'green' for Lincoln County soccer

    Leprechaun Leap raises 'green' for Lincoln County soccer
    For a couple hours Saturday morning, the streets of downtown Stanford were a little greener than usual, with people milling around town dressed in their St. Patrick’s Day finery. The purpose of the green attire was not just to celebrate the...
  • Jingle Bell Jog attracts record number of runners, raises $11,000 for Alzheimer's research

    Jingle Bell Jog attracts record number of runners, raises $11,000 for Alzheimer's research
    STANFORD – Many people find that, as they get older, their memory seems to become less and less reliable, and some start to question, Am I getting Alzheimer’s? Sadly, the answer to that question is so often “yes,” with Alzheimer&...