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With a couple of more months of hot weather running many athletes are looking forward to the...
The 2019 RUNOHIO Grand Prix continues  – Pick 1 or all of the remaining 7 races on...
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Along with American Paralympic Gold medalist...
A number of outstanding performances were turned in at the 112th Boys and 45th Girls Ohio High School...

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High-energy play strengthens the muscles; gets the heart moving; improves the range of motion and balance; and builds endurance. Here are ways coaches...
Gold mining was never a worthwhile endeavor in the state of Ohio, but if you are involved in track and/or cross-country, that will change when you...
Columbus Westside Running Club’s first run was January 12, 2016—a dozen friends and neighbors running around Westgate, an old and...
Keeping up with the latest science-based sports nutrition recommendations is a challenge. Runners are constantly bombarded with media messages...
We all have our “comfort zones”. We settle into a daily routine that brings stability and organization to our lives. We may eat the...
U.S.A 2020 Olympic Marathon qualifying info and athletes to...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 2, 2019) — The expansion of exchange zones in short relay events, which does not require tracks to be...

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  • Jeff McGowan

    Blogs from Matt McGowan 26 Jul 2012 | 9:27 am

    Jeff McGowan Jeff’s recent health issues started the first week of September 2011. He rode the 100 mile Pelotonia in August, then went to the hospital the first week of September and spent seven days there with an aortic dissection. This could[…]

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  • 2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 7, Summer Mileage, Training Week 7, Day 7: a long Sunday run

    RunBlogRun 18 Aug 2019 | 8:45 am

    2019 HOKA ONE ONE Week 7, Summer Mileage, Training Week 7,  Day 7: a long Sunday run In college, I ran long runs on Sundays, every weekend, in the Santa Cruz mountains. With the cool weather, and shade provided by ancient Redwoods, the run would go downhill on the way out, and then, as we began to turn around, the long grind began. The pace quickened, our conversations short, and the focus more determined. The hills were relentless, as the sun shone through the Redwoods. We hit the final mile, this long, challenging mile, and we hit our coaches' driveway, spent, but satisfied. The long run hard been completed. Make your long run memories... The long run,[…]

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