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Track & Field - June was a busy month for track & field. A number of outstanding performances...
Check out these races added to the 2018 RUNOHIO Grand Prix:
The staff of RUNOHIO would like to wish you and your family a happy, healthy and safe 4th of...
Columbus    June 1 & 2 - The 111th Boys and 44th Girls Ohio High School...

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Mark your race calendar to run or volunteer for the 31st Circleville Classic 5 Miler - Saturday October 20th (held on the Saturday of the...
With a few more months of hot weather running many athletes are looking forward to the fall with cooler temperatures. Don't forget to drink...
The 2018 RUNOHIO Grand Prix is a series of races chosen by runners and the staff of RUNOHIO to be part of a statewide grand prix.  ...
Mark your calendar for three races in Circleville this summer/fall.  The Roundtown Classic 5K/5 Miler July 21st, Dog Days 5K August 4th and the...
Race directors list your upcoming race(s) free on the RUNOHIO Race Calendar both in the print and on the web.  Forward an entry form of your...
Join RUNOHIO and Columbus Running Company on August 12th and run through Scioto Audubon Metro Park and along the Scioto River in this fifth annual...
Run around the Bryn Du Great Field and Mansion in these fun summer evening cross-country runs.  Whether you run the Bryn Du Summer Country...

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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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  • 2018 London Diary: Wlodaryczyk shines for Poland as USA Storm into lead on Day One, from British Athletics

    RunBlogRun 15 Jul 2018 | 9:13 am

    2018 London Diary: Wlodaryczyk shines for Poland as USA Storm into lead on Day One, from British Athletics The Athletics World Cup is not new. The concept of teams battling, with one athlete per event, goes back to 1977 IAAF World Cup, hosted in Stuttgart, Germany. The 2018 version has the top eight global athletics teams battling against each other. With the short notice, plethora of established events and the benign neglect of the global Federation (they had IAAF Diamond League on July 13 and their U20 World Champs finished in Tampere, Finland on Sunday, July 15, 2018), the World Athletics Cup, supported and financed by British Athletics, had a pretty good first day. With most athletes having[…]

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