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  • Your adidas Moment for 28 July 2014: Kemar Bailey-Cole wins the CG 100 meters, and emerges from the pack! by Larry Eder

    RunBlogRun 29 Jul 2014 | 7:10 am

    Your adidas Moment for 28 July 2014: Kemar Bailey-Cole wins the CG 100 meters, and emerges from the pack! by Larry Eder Overcoming a sub-par start, Kemar Bailey-Cole of Jamaica, won his first global title, taking the 2014 Commonwealth Games 100 meters in 10.00. Adam Gemili, England, took the silver in 10.10 and Nickel Ashmeade, gave Jamaica their second medal in the 100 meters, when he took the bronze in 10.12. The start of the Men's 100 meters, photo courtesy of Ricky Simms/PACE Sports Management Men's 100 Meters: Kemar Bailey-Cole emerges from the pack, by Larry Eder Overcoming a sub-par start, Kemar Bailey-Cole of[…]

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  • Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare wins CG 100m with 10.85 Meet record! by Larry Eder

    RunBlogRun 29 Jul 2014 | 6:15 am

    Nigeria's Blessing Okagbare wins CG 100m with 10.85 Meet record! by Larry Eder Blessing Okagbare, Pre Classic 2013, photo by PhotoRun.net(Glasgow, Scotland, 28 July 2014) Blessing Okagbare, Nigeria's finest sprinter, takes CG Gold in a CG record! Blessing Okagbare, the talented sprinter and long jumper from Nigeria not only won the 100 meters in fine fashion, but set the Commonwealth Games record in her fine exhibition of world class sprinting.  Women's 100 meters-Blessing Just does it!  A fine start, and Blessing Okagbare, NGR, takes the lead, and leaves the field, running 10.85 GR! Veronica[…]

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  • Glasgow CG Diary: Adam Gemili, to the delight of GB, takes silver, Kemar Bailey-Cole moves up the Jamaican sprinter food chain, by Alex Mills

    RunBlogRun 29 Jul 2014 | 5:44 am

    Glasgow CG Diary: Adam Gemili, to the delight of GB, takes silver, Kemar Bailey-Cole moves up the Jamaican sprinter food chain, by Alex Mills This is Alex Mill's second piece for RunBlogRun. Alex is a uni student in UK who loves track and field, but most importantly, understands the value of the written word and well-crafted story telling. His piece here, focused on silver medalist in the men's 100 meters, Adam Gemili, adds to the patina surrounding the 2014 Commonwealth Games. We hope that you will like it! Adam Gemili, from 2012 World Juniors, photo by PhotoRun.net With a grin big enough to stretch across the[…]

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  • Saucony 500 Mile Challenge, Week Seven, Day Two, your TempoRun, by RunBlogRun

    RunBlogRun 29 Jul 2014 | 4:13 am

    Saucony 500 Mile Challenge, Week Seven, Day Two, your TempoRun, by RunBlogRun Saucony 500 Mile Challenge, Week Seven, Day Two, Tuesday, July 29, 2014Tuesday: 1-mile warm up, 20-min. tempo run, 1-mile cool down. To de- termine your tempo run pace, add a half-minute to your present mile pace for a 5K. For example: if you currently run 18:50 minutes for a 5K, that's 6:05 pace. Add 30 seconds and your tempo run pace is 6:35-per-mile. Recalculate your pace as your fitness improves, perhaps once a month., #saucony500 This is a tough week. Check your[…]

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