Laying the groundwork for a successful running racing season next year will require strategy and planning this winter. It is important to honestly assess what you have done this past year and identify what your goals are for the upcoming year.
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Why Racing Events host a series of 12 events including running, triathlon, multisport and trail events throughout Oregon and Washington highlighting the stunning Northwest scenery. Their races vary in size from 1000-5000 participants and offer athletes of all ages and abilities, from the elite level to the back-of-the-packers, the chance to successfully complete a racing event.
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I am a runner—a senior runner. I have been running since I joined the track team at Roosevelt Junior High School—nearly 60 years ago! I never won any races, but I remember very well the good feelings and self-esteem I enjoyed after a hard workout or race.
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The 9th Annual Barrel to Keg Relay to End Poverty will be held on Saturday, July 13, 2019.
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In her new outdoor guide Outlandish: Fuel Your Epic, adventure writer, land activist, and trail runner Morgan Sjogren shows you how to embrace an off-road adventure lifestyle, with tips to explore more outside and recipes to fuel you along the way.
Consider this an official invitation to join the Oregon Sports Authority in the best Labor Day bash Oregon has to offer.OSA is hosting the 10th-annual Oregon Wine Country Half Marathon on Sept. 1 in Carlton and is committed to making this year’s edition of the race the most memorable to date.
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All athletes want access to good information when it comes to sports nutrition. Sports Nutrition Handbook: Eat Smart. Be Healthy. Get on Top of Your Game. unpacks the most important nutrition and hydration concepts so that any athlete can easily make sense of their nutrition needs. With this helpful guide, athletes will be armed with sound science and useful tools to improve their diet and performance.
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The current (Spring/Summer 2019) issue of RaceCenter Magazine is now available.
Spokane, Washington—Last year Ethiopians had their way over the 12-kilometer course, as they went one-two in both the men's and women's divisions of the Lilac Bloomsday Run. But this year Kenya was back in the forefront, as Rosemary Wanjiru led four other Kenyans to the line in the women's race, while it took some determined running by Tanzania's Gabriel Geay to foil a similar sweep in the men's division. Geay, who notched his second Bloomsday victory in three tries, was chased to the line by five Kenyan men.