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Evan Jäger Dominates Steeple: Olympic silver medalist captures 5th National title (from the Archives, in honor of late Horace Ashenfelter)

RunBlogRun - Sun, 01/07/2018 - 18:44
Evan Jager on task, photo by PhotoRun.net Originally posted June 26, 2017 Reposted January 7, 2018 Horace Ashenfelter died on January 6, 2018, at the wonderful age of 94. Horace Ashenfelter won the Olympic steeplechase in 1952, the first and... Dave Hunter http://www.trackandfieldhunter.com

Emma Coburn, Courtney Frerich take gold, silver in Steeplechase in Amazingly Insane Steeplechase (from Archives in honor of late Horace Ashenfelter, RunBlogRun August 2017)

RunBlogRun - Sun, 01/07/2018 - 15:17
Originally posted August 11, 2017 Reposted on January 7, 2018 Horace Ashenfelter died on January 6, 2018, at the wonderful age of 94. Horace Ashenfelter won the Olympic steeplechase in 1952, the first and last American male to do such... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

Happy 94th Birthday, Horace Ashenfelter! (from Archives, RunBlogRun January 2017)

RunBlogRun - Sun, 01/07/2018 - 13:59
Originally posted on January 23, 2017 Reposted on January 7, 2018 Horace Ashenfelter died on January 6, 2018, at the wonderful age of 94. Horace Ashenfelter won the Olympic steeplechase in 1952, the first and last American male to do... Dave Hunter http://www.trackandfieldhunter.com

Horace Ashenfelter-An American Icon, and Glen Ridge, New Jersey Hometown Hero, by Elliott Denman, (Archives, RunBlogRun)

RunBlogRun - Sun, 01/07/2018 - 11:06
Originally posted on December 1, 2014 Reposted January 7, 2018 Horace Ashenfelter died on January 6, 2018, at the wonderful age of 94. Horace Ashenfelter won the Olympic steeplechase in 1952, the first and last American male to do such... Elliott Denman

Horace Ashenfelter, 1952 Olympic gold medalist, Steeplechase, National Distance Running Hall of Fame Inductee, by Jeff Benjamin, (Archives, RunBlogRun)

RunBlogRun - Sun, 01/07/2018 - 09:07
1952 Olympic steeple final, Horace Ashenfelter, courtesy of Ashenfelter Classic 8k Originally posted August 22, 2012 Reposted January 7, 2018 Horace Ashenfelter died on January 6, 2018, at the wonderful age of 94. Horace Ashenfelter won the Olympic steeplechase... Jeff Benjamin

2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Recovery Training Program, Week 3, Day 7, enjoy that long run

RunBlogRun - Sun, 01/07/2018 - 06:15
In bad weather, you can run a long run indoors, on a track, on a field or pitch, or a combo, one loop inside and one loop outside. Just be careful and watch the weather and circumstances. Run loops for... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Recovery Training Program, Week 3, Day 6, the third Saturday in Recovery cycle

RunBlogRun - Sat, 01/06/2018 - 06:05
Weather is crazy across the country. If you are running outside, dress correctly, in layers and keep the loop small so you can get to cover fast if it is too cold. Running indoors this weekend? Have fun, keep the... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

Nike Talks World Indoors 2018: Week 1, Day 5, Mutaz Essa Barshim, looking for 2.46 meters!

RunBlogRun - Fri, 01/05/2018 - 16:05
This is the fifth day of the Nike Talks World Indoors Series. Thanks to Nike Sports Marketing, @runblogrun will provide a Monday-Friday story on a key athlete from US, Britian, Europe, Africa and Asia. On the weekends, we will go... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Recovery Training Program, Week 3, Day 5, A Friday in recovery week

RunBlogRun - Fri, 01/05/2018 - 06:57
This is the third week, and third Friday of the recover program that we have offered. If you are on the East Coast or Midwest, workout inside, and stay careful! The weather is historic cold and do not take any... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

MEL WATMAN'S "MY LIFE IN ATHLETICS" HAS IT ALL FOR HIS SPORT'S FANS AND HISTORIANS

RunBlogRun - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 22:17
This is the cover of Mel Watman's new book, "My Life in Athletics". It is reviewed by Elliott Denman, who has known Mel since 1958, the year I was born. Mel has covered every Olympics since 1960 and worked at... Elliott Denman

Nike Talks World Indoors 2018: Week 1, Day 4, Elijah Manangoi wants the 1,500 meters in Birmingham!

RunBlogRun - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 18:12
This is the fourth day of the Nike Talks World Indoors Series. Thanks to Nike Sports Marketing, @runblogrun will provide a Monday-Friday story on a key athlete from US, Britian, Europe, Africa and Asia. On the weekends, we will go... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

Darrell Hill: The Power of "Irrational Confidence": Young Pro Reflects on Emerging Career, DL Shot Crown

RunBlogRun - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 10:41
Darrell Hill, photo by PhotoRun.net Shot putters are an emotional bunch. Look at the pictures of Darrell Hill in this story by David Hunter, and read the story as well, please. Between both, you will understand that this Big Guys... Dave Hunter http://www.trackandfieldhunter.com

2017 HOKA ONE ONE Postal Nationals Recovery Training Program, Week 3, Day 4, A Thursday recovery run

RunBlogRun - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 06:23
This is the third week of recovery after the cross country season. Your body needs a break after the hard cross country season, so we plan this in. After your recovery, we will begin to build you up for Spring... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

The “soft” vs tough debate, and rugby’s concussion culture challenge: Four Minute Mull E2

The Science of Sport - Thu, 01/04/2018 - 02:17
In this episode of #thefourminutemull, I address the player welfare issue facing rugby. Last year, some controversy erupted when a player was cited for a dangerous tackle, leading some to say the sport was going soft. This "soft vs tough" argument is a cultural challenge rugby needs to address, and I talk here about seeking that compromise for the sake of the players and the sport. The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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Wayde Van Niekerk happy with month long rehab in Qatar

RunBlogRun - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 23:11
Wayde Van Niekerk, photo by PhotoRun.net Van Niekerk in positive mood DOHA (QAT): Wayde van Niekerk has returned to South Africa after undergoing a successful one month-long rehabilitation programme in Qatar, informs Sport24. "The services I received (in Qatar) were... Larry Eder http://www.runblogrun.com

Muktar Edris and Agnes Tirop take BOclassic (Bolzano)

RunBlogRun - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 19:04
Muktar Edris winning BOClassic, December 31, 2017, photo by PhotoRun.net Edris and Tirop BOLZANO (ITA, Dec 31): Ethiopia's world 5000m champion Muktar Edris defended his title in the 10km at the BOClassic in Bolzano in 28:45 ahead of Moroccans... Alfonz Juck http://www.topathletics.org/

The Four Minute Mull 2018, E1

The Science of Sport - Wed, 01/03/2018 - 00:55
This is episode 1 of the Four Minute Mull, my hopefully weekly attempt at adding insight and thoughts to the world of sport. In this prologue episode, I look ahead to 2018, where the two big global sporting events will put sport's lack of integrity squarely in the spotlight, and to some of the other stories we're likely to cover this year, ranging from Froome's salbutamol case to intersex athletes in athletics. The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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Brief thoughts on Froome’s salbutamol result

The Science of Sport - Wed, 12/13/2017 - 10:08
So by now you’ve read the news – if you haven’t, or even if you have, read it here, because Daniel Benson has done a really good job of explaining the story and some of its implications, and he has added good insights into what may come next. Chris Froome, tested on 7 September, during […] The Science of Sport - Scientific comment and analysis of sports and sporting performance

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11/06/2010 - Route 66 Steps For Success

MR&T Events - Sat, 11/06/2010 - 16:00

Enter yourself, your family, your business, your school, or your group in the race to raise funds for Sapulpa Public Schools.  This event will create an opportunity to bring the Sapulpa community together to promote health awareness through education and activity/exercise.  It will provide resources and support to encourage increased physical activity and exercise, community involvement and awareness, and better eating habits in order to help develop healthier lifestyle choices.  Besides the race/wallk, the event will feature participation by various health related vendors, healthy eateries, live music presented by local talent, local business support, and area colleges and universities promoting health and wellness through education.  Proceeds will benefit Sapulpa Public Schools.

10/02/2010 - Roots N Blues N BBQ Half Marathon

MR&T Events - Sat, 10/02/2010 - 10:00

We will close out the Ultramax racing season with our biggest event. Ultramax and the Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival have partnered to deliver a one-of-a-kind running and celebration experience. The two-day festival features award winning musicians including more than 30 nationally and locally known talent. We are planning to bring the event alive with bands along the course. When you finish, at the Flat Branch Park stage, the Festival Bands will kick off and the smell of the nations best BBQ will fill the air. Come experience the event of the year! Complete details are posted at www.ultramaxtri.com




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