Page 69 of 73 <<Previous 10 | 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 | Next 10>>The Boston Indoor Games: Big Names, Exciting Races
It is clearly evident that the promoters of the Boston Indoor Games, held this past Friday at the Reggie Lewis Arena, have a flair for the dramatic, and are looking to make their meet a fixture on the US indoor circuit.
A Review of 'Pre'
All right, so it's not "Gone with the Wind," but It's still a darned entertaining hour and 46 minutes.
Steve Prefontaine, Long-Running Legend: Coming to a Theater Near You
Who was Steve Prefontaine, and what was the special magic he possessed that more than 20 years after his death, he is still larger than life; so much so that not one, but two full length feature films will be released in 1997 depicting his life?
Reviewing The Running Movies
Believe it or not, there have been a few other feature films about running. In the spirit of the Prefontaine films, let me nominate three great (well, at least good) running movies, and three dogs. First, the good ones:
Honolulu Marathon a Breeze for 26,000 finishers
Well we certainly didn't expect weather like this. Unlike in 1995, when stifling heat and humidity wilted a record field, this year the temperature was 68 degrees at the start, downright frigid by Hawaii standards. Unfortunately, the coolish conditions were accompanied by stiff trade winds, making for rough going on some of the open parts of the course. Nonetheless, times were generally fast for the Honolulu Marathon.
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