Monday, November 07, 2016

Running USA Weekend Briefing

Running USA Weekend Briefing
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Running USA Weekend Briefing
TCS New York City Marathon
Ghirmay Ghebreslassie, Mary Keitany Win TCS New York City Marathon Titles - Keitany won by over three minutes in the women's race as American Molly Huddle finished third in her marathon debut in 2:28:13, while Ghebreslassie won the men's race by a minute and American Abdi Abdirahman placed third in 2:11:23 - Results - Quick Recap (ESPN)
2017 Running USA Industry Conference
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A Marathon Back Door That Leads to a Cause - Miss out on qualifying or registering for a race, charity spots are often an offered way for those interested to gain entry - Read More (American-Statesman)

Record Numbers Expected for the Dubai Marathon - One of the world's largest marathons is set to grow even more, as road races globally continue to thrive - Read More (Gulf News)

Running a Marathon Made Me a Better Entrepreneur - Marathon runners, like the boldest entrepreneurs, may seem like lone wolves, but even solo efforts are often team sports in disguise - Read More (Fast Company)

Why Marathons Are Tougher Than Triathlons - Olympic triathlon champion Gwen Jorgensen shifts gears, hitting the roads post-Olympics, including the marathon - Read More (Wall Street Journal)

New York City Marathon Articles

Advanced Tech and the Runner Experience Highlight Partner Activations - Veteran and first-time race partners brought unique and immersive activities to the running community all week in New York City - Read More (Running USA)

The First Five-Borough New York City Marathon - A tremendous look back at the first time the New York City Marathon was run all across the city - Read More (New Yorker)

Why Did American Men Run Faster in NYC Decades Ago? - Alberto Salazar, Bill Rodgers, and Ken Martin ran fast NYC Marathon times in the 1970s and 1980s- Here's how - Read More (Runner's World)

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