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  • Alfonz Juck, EME NEWS

    Tenorio 11.18 over 100 m South American junior record QUITO (ECU, Mar 1): Ecuador´s super talent in sprint and World Junior and Youth medalist Angela Tenorio improved at the Los Chasquis track her own South American junior record here to excellent 11.18. She returned from one month training in Orlando, Florida. Read More
  • Minimal vs. Maximal: Why Are We Still Debating This?

    Nice little piece by Pete Larson of RubBlogger about footwear. I just read an article over on the Natural Running Center website titled “Why Minimalism Went Flat.” The article, written by Jim Hixson, provides his take on the reasons behind the rise in maximal footwear and the decline in minimal footwear. Since I’m mentioned in the opening paragraph, I thought I’d share some thoughts on the article and the topic in general. Hixson’s opening paragraph Read More
  • World Masters record set at USATF Indoor Championships

    BOSTON -- A world record in the men’s 1500 meters highlighted two exciting Masters exhibition races Sunday at USATF Indoor Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center on the campus of Roxbury Community College.  Anselm LeBourne (Maplewood, New Jersey) ran 4:13.77 in the 1500 meters to break the previous M55 World Masters Record of 4:21.94 set by Pierre Faucheur in 2010. LeBourne finished seventh overall and with great satisfaction. Read More
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  • Alfonz Juck, EME NEWS
    Alfonz Juck, EME NEWS



    Tenorio 11.18 over 100 m South American junior record
    QUITO (ECU, Mar 1): Ecuador´s super talent in sprint and World Junior and Youth medalist Angela Tenorio improved at the Los Chasquis track her own South American junior record here to excellent 11.18. She returned from one month training in Orlando, Florida.

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  • Minimal vs. Maximal: Why Are We Still Debating This?
    Minimal vs. Maximal: Why Are We Still Debating This?

    Nice little piece by Pete Larson of RubBlogger about footwear.

    I just read an article over on the Natural Running Center website titled “Why Minimalism Went Flat.” The article, written by Jim Hixson, provides his take on the reasons behind the rise in maximal footwear and the decline in minimal footwear. Since I’m mentioned in the opening paragraph, I thought I’d share some thoughts on the article and the topic in general.

    Hixson’s opening paragraph references my 2014 reader survey, emphasizing the point that four “maximally” cushioned shoes appear among the top 20 models. He then asks the following question “What happened with runners that made “fat and flat” shoes so popular, and in the process, push aside minimalism like some beefy schoolyard bully?

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  • World Masters record set at USATF Indoor Championships
    World Masters record set at USATF Indoor Championships

    BOSTON -- A world record in the men’s 1500 meters highlighted two exciting Masters exhibition races Sunday at USATF Indoor Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center on the campus of Roxbury Community College.  Anselm LeBourne (Maplewood, New Jersey) ran 4:13.77 in the 1500 meters to break the previous M55 World Masters Record of 4:21.94 set by Pierre Faucheur in 2010. LeBourne finished seventh overall and with great satisfaction.

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  • Rowbury completes Distance Double at USA Indoor Champs, by David Monti & Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly, used with permission

    RunBlogRun 2 Mar 2015 | 10:29 pm

    Rowbury completes Distance Double at USA Indoor Champs, by David Monti & Chris Lotsbom, Race Results Weekly, used with permission Shannon does the double! photo by PhotoRun.netIn a championships that should have been a snorer, there were some truly fun races to watch and a new American record! AG Kruger won his ninth weight throw, Christian Cantwell took his fifth, and six months after having a baby, Alysia Montano wins the 600 meters. Race Results Weekly is the weekly news service from David Monti, his wife, Jane Monti, and associate editor Chris Lotsbom. We license it because, quite frankly, they do[…]

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  • Robby Andrews and Casimir Loxsom, five years after Moncton, shine at USA Indoors, by Elliott Denman

    RunBlogRun 2 Mar 2015 | 2:18 am

    Robby Andrews and Casimir Loxsom, five years after Moncton, shine at USA Indoors, by Elliott Denman Robby Andrews wins the 1000 meters in dramatic fashion! by PhotoRun.netRobby Andrews and Cas Loxsom ran in the World Juniors in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada in 2010. They went 2, 3 (Cas in 2, Robbie in 3) in the 800 meters. Five years later, they win national senior championships. Elliott Denmann wrote this piece on Robby and Casimir. I hope you like it as much as I have!     By ELLIOTT DENMAN    BOSTON - Robby Andrews had a thousand reasons to flash a[…]

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  • Rowbury takes USA Indoor mile title, by David Monti, RRW, used with permission

    RunBlogRun 1 Mar 2015 | 1:12 pm

    Rowbury takes USA Indoor mile title, by David Monti, RRW, used with permission Shannon Rowbury, Katie Mackey, go 1, 2 in mile! photo by PhotoRun.netIn a year when nothing is on the line, we had some old fashioned racing, The men and women's 300 meters, the men's 2 mile and the men's mile come to mind. David Monti and Chris Lotsbom, of RRW, wrote the following piece to keep you up on the middle distance races of the day!  ROWBURY TAKES USA INDOOR MILE TITLEBy David Monti(c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights[…]

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  • Sharon Day-Monroe wins the USA pentathlon for the fourth straight time, by Elliott Denman

    RunBlogRun 1 Mar 2015 | 10:32 am

    Sharon Day-Monroe wins the USA pentathlon for the fourth straight time, by Elliott Denman Sharon Day-Monroe, winning in 2015, numero four in a row! by PhotoRun.net Sharon Day-Monroe, winning in 2013 (she has now won in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015), photo by PhotoRun.netIn a year when NOTHING is on the line in USA indoor champs but bragging rights, there have been some surprisingly outstanding events. The penthathlon showed just how good Sharon Day-Monroe, an ASICS athlete, is. The women's and men's 300 meters gave Under Armour two titles with two athletes entered in[…]

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