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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 29, 2016)

    IAAF President reflects - LONDON (GBR): As Seb Coe turns 60 on Thursday, the IAAF president and British middle-distance great reflects on his career and the first turbulent year of his time at the helm of the sport's world governing body for Athletics Weekly. "I’m happy," says the IAAF president. "Happy is perhaps a fairly weak word but, yeah, I guess I’m pretty happy with what I’m doing." Read More
  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 27, 2016)

    Sanya a book-writer - LOS ANGELES (USA):  The 2012 400 m Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross is opening up about her battle against body shaming, the struggles of having a husband in the NFL and the devastating end to her athletic career in a new book to be released summer of 2017. "It's not a hardcore memoir, but I share a lot of personal stories and anecdotes about my successes and struggles on and off the Read More
  • Heather Kampf, Jamie Cheever, Meghan Peyton to Run Navy Mile in Washington, D.C., Oct. 2

    Minneapolis/St. Paul – Sept. 27, 2016 – Three Team USA Minnesota distance runners – Heather Kampf, Jamie Cheever and Meghan Peyton – will be among the elite competitors at the Navy Mile in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2.  The women’s mile race, which goes down Pennsylvania Avenue, will be held at 11:15 a.m. (Eastern). Read More
  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 26, 2016)

    BERLIN FLASH-BACK - BERLIN (GER): After Berlin Marathon top 10 performance average for the event is 2:03:35, nearly one minute better than the top 10 average (2:04:34) for London. Also 2016 is the top year for marathon running, top 5 performance average is 2:03:31 and top 10 performance average 2:04:18, both the best ever. Kipsang has now three sub-2:04 and six sub-2:05 performances, most in history.  Read More
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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 29, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 29, 2016)

    IAAF President reflects - LONDON (GBR): As Seb Coe turns 60 on Thursday, the IAAF president and British middle-distance great reflects on his career and the first turbulent year of his time at the helm of the sport's world governing body for Athletics Weekly. "I’m happy," says the IAAF president. "Happy is perhaps a fairly weak word but, yeah, I guess I’m pretty happy with what I’m doing."

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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 27, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 27, 2016)

    Sanya a book-writer - LOS ANGELES (USA):  The 2012 400 m Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross is opening up about her battle against body shaming, the struggles of having a husband in the NFL and the devastating end to her athletic career in a new book to be released summer of 2017. "It's not a hardcore memoir, but I share a lot of personal stories and anecdotes about my successes and struggles on and off the track," Richards-Ross,  tells PEOPLE. "I feel like everyone is just running this race of life and I'm hoping my own experiences can inspire some hope in my readers."  In addition to the currently untitled book, the Jamaican-American sprinter will also release two children's books – one YA and one aimed at elementary school students. Informs people.com.

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  • Heather Kampf, Jamie Cheever, Meghan Peyton to Run Navy Mile in Washington, D.C., Oct. 2
    Heather Kampf, Jamie Cheever, Meghan Peyton to Run Navy Mile in Washington, D.C., Oct. 2

    Minneapolis/St. Paul – Sept. 27, 2016 – Three Team USA Minnesota distance runners – Heather Kampf, Jamie Cheever and Meghan Peyton – will be among the elite competitors at the Navy Mile in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 2.  The women’s mile race, which goes down Pennsylvania Avenue, will be held at 11:15 a.m. (Eastern).

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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 26, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 26, 2016)

    BERLIN FLASH-BACK - BERLIN (GER): After Berlin Marathon top 10 performance average for the event is 2:03:35, nearly one minute better than the top 10 average (2:04:34) for London. Also 2016 is the top year for marathon running, top 5 performance average is 2:03:31 and top 10 performance average 2:04:18, both the best ever. Kipsang has now three sub-2:04 and six sub-2:05 performances, most in history. 

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  • News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 25, 2016)
    News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEP 25, 2016)

    Bekele goes 2:03:03 WL and NR - BERLIN (GER, Sep 25): Kenenisa Bekele produced a fantastic come-from-behind victory in the Berlin Marathon to finish within six seconds of Dennis Kimetto’s world record. Bekele worked his way back into contention each time after being dropped by Wilson Kipsang who led the Ethiopian by four seconds through 30km in 1:27:26 and five seconds through 35km in 1:46:56.

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  • Kenenisa Bekele wins thrilling duel with Wilson Kipsang and misses world record by just six seconds
    Kenenisa Bekele wins thrilling duel with Wilson Kipsang and misses world record by just six seconds

    Kenenisa Bekele established himself as the second fastest marathon runner ever, winning the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON with a time of 2:03:03 on Sunday. In a thrilling duel the Ethiopian superstar beat Kenya’s Wilson Kipsang.

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  • 2017 Boston Qualifier Acceptances Explained

    RunBlogRun 29 Sep 2016 | 7:52 am

    2017 Boston Qualifier Acceptances Explained The Boston Marathon should be one of the marathon all marathoners dream of racing and running. It is living history, and it is a positive sanctuary of our sport. The competition for qualifying in Boston is intense. Here is the release from our friends at the BAA on the process and where the 2017 acceptances are at. If you have questions, reach out and do it with thoughtfullness and patience. BOSTON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 185 Dartmouth Street, 6th Floor Boston, Massachusetts[…]

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  • 2016 HOKA ONE ONE Fall Cross Country Training Program, Week Six, Day 4

    RunBlogRun 29 Sep 2016 | 4:19 am

    2016 HOKA ONE ONE Fall Cross Country Training Program, Week Six, Day 4 Kellyn Taylor, photo by PhotoRun.net This is Thursday, September 28, 2016, so this means hill work. Hill work is the secret weapon of many smart coaches and training programs. It is a great way to build strength and endurance. September 29, 2016, Thursday: 1-mile warmup; 6 hill repeats (run 200 yds uphill, turn, jog downhill to start; repeat 5 times, no rests); 1-mile easy cool-down. If you have a race today, get team together and run twenty minutes, with five[…]

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  • Bring Back the One Hour Run, by Mike Fanelli

    RunBlogRun 28 Sep 2016 | 10:42 pm

    Bring Back the One Hour Run, by Mike Fanelli RunBlogRun opines: The One Hour run is about seeing how far and how fast you can run, period, over sixty minutes. With a minute to go, a bell is rung or gun is shot and you run until you hear "Stop"! I ran my first hour run in June 1976, at the University of San Francisco. It was the AAU Pacific One Hour Run Postal Championships. I ran nine miles in a pair of Nike Pre-Montreals, and changed shoes to[…]

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  • Fast Fields Set for 2016 Rock 'N' Roll San Jose Half Marathon

    RunBlogRun 28 Sep 2016 | 2:58 pm

    Fast Fields Set for 2016 Rock 'N' Roll San Jose Half Marathon I moved to San Jose, with my family in 1974, due to job transfer of my father, who worked for Ford Motor Company in Milpitas. I ran at Bellarmine College Prep here and at Santa Clara University as well. I was fortunate to coach at Bellarmine, Santa Clara and Foothill Community College over the years. My return to the Bay Area in 2013, after an absence of 20 years, has been amazing. Each year, I jump on the pace truck[…]

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  • Kenenisa Bekele Interview After Berlin Marathon Win 2016 by Andy Edwards, Race News Service

    RunBlogRun 28 Sep 2016 | 12:00 pm

    Kenenisa Bekele fought back from Wilson Kipsang trying to break him on two separate occasions during the 2016 Berlin Marathon on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Bekele not only fought back, but took the lead, with one kilometer to go and missed the WR by only seven seconds! This interview was done with Kenenisa Bekele by Andy Edwards of Race News Service after the completion of one of the most exciting races of the year! Kenenisa Bekele ran 2:03:03, the second[…]

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