Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to officially run and finish the Boston Marathon. On the 50th anniversary of her historic race, she celebrated by running the race again.
When 75-year-old Don Wright crossed the finish line in Philadelphia on November 20th to complete his 100th marathon as a
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From marathoners who actually did it.
“You won’t understand for a while, but this will make you stronger.”
Add intervals How to do it: Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, chest high, abs drawn in and hands clasped in front of
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I have received a great amount of positive feedback and support as a result of my previous blog post, "Running a Marathon
For the fourth year in a row, the Rock 'N Roll Marathon Series is partnering with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, with this rockin' race being held in the one and only music city, Nashville.
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It would be easy to confuse the Tokyo marathon for a Halloween parade.
With the new year well behind us, it's time to make good on those resolutions. Instead of that vague goal of getting in shape or being healthy, try a firm resolution that you can hold yourself to: completing in a marathon.
You've had enough of seeing friends and family in your newsfeed posing at finish lines, flashing bling-y medals, with huge wide grins on their faces. You've finally decided you're done being the race spectator, and you're ready to be the race participant.
But running a normal marathon won't have the same effect.
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Just goes to show, age is nothing but a number.