Page 28 of 73 <<Previous 10 | 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 | Next 10>>A Look Back at Title IX with Joan Benoit Samuelson
Title IX, an Amendment to the Civil Rights Act, was established 35 years ago. Tremendous progress has been made in athletics and education since 1972. We talked to marathon legend Joan Benoit Samuelson who believes, “There is probably more equality in running than in any other sport.”
Lawrence Sons of Italy Races: Honoring our Armed Forces & Veterans
Are you looking for a great way to celebrate Independence Day? How about running a race or doing a walk that honors our service men and women in a historical city that has a reputation for welcoming runners? If that sounds inviting then the Lawrence Sons of Italy 18th Annual Road Races are for you!
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EAS America's Finest City Half Marathon: A race with history and a view
In 1542 Portuguese explorer Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo discovered what is known today as San Diego Bay. About 300 years later in 1850, San Diego was declared a city. And in 1972 former Mayor Pete Wilson gave San Diego its nickname, "America's Finest City."
How Do You Compare?
Have you ever wondered how your race times compare to other runners in your state, hometown or age division? Running USA along with the Active Network have designed a comprehensive Runner Rankings tool that allows you to score points, track your results and rank yourself against runners all across the country. For statistic hungry runners this tool is a dream come true.
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Run Grammie Run to Premier on July 29
What has 4000 feet, 6 beauty queens, 4 romances, 2 elephants, an 86 years young running star, a genuine fashion show, radical skateboarding, a hopped up Golf Car and powered wheelchair, a wealthy Bag Man, a Red Hat Tea Party, and its own TV station?
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