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  • Mixed feelings on shift of cross country state championship meet

    Mixed feelings on shift of cross country state championship meet
    Anyone who’s tried to conquer the brutal cross country course at Hereford High School knows “The Dip” and “The Maze,” as well as “The Cornfield.” While on the course, runners know the pain they’ll endure...
  • The Boston Effect Will Be Felt At Hartford Marathon

    The afternoon of April 15, Beth Shluger's daughter had texted her mother a picture of herself standing in front of the row of flags from different countries represented by runners in the Boston Marathon — right where the first of two bombs would...
  • Marathon maniacs earn their moniker

    Marathon maniacs earn their moniker
    Zach Zimmerman freely admits what he does is a little crazy. In May, he ran two marathons in 15 days. This summer, he ran four half marathons in four days. "I felt good enough to run another one on the fifth day too," he said. "But I had to spend...
  • Celebration Run coming to Havre de Grace on Sept. 21

    The 17th annual Harford Memorial Hospital Celebration Run 5K in Havre de Grace will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21. Pre-registration is $20 and continues through Sept. 20. Race day registration is $25 and will be held from 7:30 to 8:15 a.m. behind...
  • Derek Sherman on 'Race Across the Sky'

    Derek Sherman on 'Race Across the Sky'
    As a creative director at Cramer-Krasselt (think Don Draper without the booze or cigarettes), Derek Sherman must get into people's heads. It's his job to figure out what makes people buy one product — Monopoly, let's say — over another. For...
  • Saturday's local multi-sport roundup: Brewer, Lautzenheiser head 8K field in Williamsburg

    Running: Hare and Tortoise 8K: Steven Brewer of Newport News and Kathleen Lautzenheiser of Midlothian took the overall championshpis in the Hare and Tortoise 8K at New Quarter Park in Williamsburg. Brewer ran 8 kilometers in 29 minutes, 18 seconds,...
  • Smith leads Lincoln varsity in Patriot Pride Run

    Smith leads Lincoln varsity in Patriot Pride Run
    STANFORD — Jordan Smith led the way for Lincoln County Saturday, getting the high finish for the LCHS varsity in its own Patriot Pride Run. The senior runner turned in Lincoln’s fastest time on the 3.1-mile course on the LCHS campus,...
  • Commentary: 'Process goals' keep us running

    Jaws dropped when Jake's Prius pulled into the lot Saturday morning. We'd received his terse emails with news of his nephew, Sam. Not good news. Jake and Lea took turns at the hospital, never leaving Sam alone. Since normalcy was out the window, the...
  • In big-money obstacle races, mud and risk are par for the course

    In big-money obstacle races, mud and risk are par for the course
    With macho-sounding names like Tough Mudder, Warrior Dash and the Spartan Race, obstacle course races have turned mud, sweat and tears into a flood of revenue. Over the last year, obstacle races have surpassed marathons in popularity, with an...
  • Under Armour will still provide shirts for Baltimore Marathon

    Under Armour will still provide shirts for Baltimore Marathon
    Under Armour won't be the Baltimore Running Festival's title sponsor going forward, but the company made clear on Thursday it will continue to outfit Baltimore runners. The company has signed a multi-year deal with Corrigan Sports Enterprises Inc.,...
  • 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...