A huge fight just recently happened in Las Vegas, NV between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquaio. SPOILER ALERT: Floyd Mayweather won. And this wasn’t the result that many of my friends wanted. Many thought that…Read More
The Half-Marathon’s Popularity many runners have heard the the half-marathon is the most popular running race distance. The rising popularity of the half-marathon distance is understandable as many see the distance as a challenge and feel…
Tips and Stories for Runners Using The Bathroom on Race Day Whether it is your first or one hundredth race you probably have a system to prepare yourself for the day. The development of this system…
Have you ever finished a race and realize you could have given more? Or finished and realized you were having so much fun, you wish you could just keep going?
Whether you just made your new years resolution to finish a 5k, 10k, or Marathon, or you have been running races for years; choosing which races to run, and finalizing your race schedule can be a daunting, and time consuming task.
Mo Farah, Kenenisia Bekele, and Tirunesh Dibaba are three of the best distance runners in the World, not only today, but ever.
If you have been into running for a while, or if you have run a few marathons, chances are you have taken a look at some races you would have to travel for. Many runners have run races in cities that they are unfamiliar with. It can have its own set of challenges.
Alas, it seems, another fall marathon season is in the books. Anyone who has ever poured extensive effort into training and mentally preparing for a race for months knows that the feeling afterwards is somewhat bitter sweet.
The New York Marathon is the biggest marathon in the world in terms of population, and arguably prestige. When you talk to runners you especially runners from the United States, you may hear a mix of opinions on which marathon is the best. However, a safe bet could be place on either Boston, or New York as the favorite (rivals in baseball, rivals in the Marathon.)
The Layton Classic sets a high standard for local road racing at a distance that is not marathon or half marathon.