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The popularity of run/walk events in the Twin Cities – a metro area known for its runners – has skyrocketed in recent years and it’s creating extra work for city permitting departments.
The first Wednesday of June is National Running Day. If you’re using this opportunity to start a new running routine and just got a new pair of shoes for the effort, here are some tips on how to break those shoes in.
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The 4 time defending champ! Vs…. Another Inspirational Running Story!
The first Wednesday in June is designated as National Running Day, which means it’s time to get your running shoes on.
Tiger Woods epic chip in at the Memorial vs. the 3 time defending champion….Matt, inspirational racer.
The Twin Cities is known as a runners’ town, but this weekend even the most experienced runners will be put to the test. Thousands will compete in the Tough Mudder in Somerset, Wis.
Given the option to run or walk, most people have always thought that running is the better workout. According to local marathon runner and owner of Running Room, John Stanton, that’s not the case.
With the mercury at 80-degrees when the starting gun was fired, it was one of the warmest Boston Marathons in the history of the event. That’s why race officials were offering deferments to runners.
As though doing it once wasn’t enough, a Minnesota man is preparing to run across the United States again.
The early spring weather means more people are out training. In fact, more people are running than ever before, and with the sport comes some pain and serious injuries.
As the snow melts and slender blades of green grass begin to shoot up through the patches of remaining snow and small buds sprout on trees, a new season is slowly ushered in. Finally, spring is arriving.
There’s no doubt that she is a gifted runner, but Heather Kampf is also great at motivating kids to be active. The Inver Grove Heights native’s specialty is the 800 meter, but it was one 600 meter race, while running with the Gophers, she’s most famous for.