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Circleville "Pumpkin Show" Classic 5 Miler - October 22

on 06 September 2016.

The race starts at Circleville High School, winds through residential streets, and finishes back at the school with a lap on the McGowan Family Track. Plan on enjoying the afternoon with your family and friends downtown at the 109th Circleville Pumpkin Show, “The Greatest Free Show On Earth”.

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4 x 100 Meter Relay

Written by Dennis Grady on 30 August 2016.

When Donald John Trump says, “We used to win, but we don’t win anymore!” is he talking about Team USA’ Track & Field 4 x 100m relays?

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Image Gallery: 2016 Olympic Games - Men's Marathon

on 22 August 2016.

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Granville Maple Leaf 5K/10K - October 1 2016

on 22 August 2016.

The Granville Kiwanis Maple Leaf 5K/10K  will be held on October starting and finishing at the Granville Intermediate School.

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Image Gallery: 2016 Olympic Games - day 4 - pm

on 19 August 2016.

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Image Gallery: 2016 Olympic Games - day 3

on 16 August 2016.

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Image Gallery: 2016 Olympic Games - day 2

on 15 August 2016.

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Image Gallery: 2016 Jeff McGowan Memorial 5K

on 14 August 2016.

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Image Gallery: 2016 Olympic Games - day 1

on 13 August 2016.

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Hot Weather Running

on 08 August 2016.

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 plenty of water before and after your runs. This is especially important during the hot and humid days of July and August.

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Product Review: Cross Country Shoes Fall 2016

on 08 August 2016.

For serious runners, the school year can’t start without cross country. Your dedication during the summer, logging mile after mile, now gives you a chance to show your
talent. Of course, you also need to be properly outfi tted—especially on race day—so let’s get right to it. For Fall 2016, we feature 6 updated shoes and 3 new shoes for your
consideration, which are more choices than in previous seasons. While all have similarities, it’s likely that a particular brand will suit your foot better than others, so your fi rst
stop should be at a specialty running store. We’ve said it before (for almost two decades!) and we’ll say it again: Get used to your new shoes by wearing them for some of your
speed work in the last couple weeks before you begin racing. Look for updated information and additional reviews at runningproductreviews.com, on Facebook at Running
Product Reviews, and on Twitter @shoes2run.

Review: 2017 Spring Shoe Review

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