A recent post on the Facebook Page for Will Run For Miles, called for those who are running fall marathons for charity to post the details of their mission, including a donation link, as a comment to the thread. (Won’t you please like the Facebook page?) Having run for charity (Boston Marathon 2010), I know … Read More
Talk amongst yourselves. I’m running.
I was a little dismayed to learn that my trip to Europe, purchased during today’s sale, would count at a rate of 1 point per 2 miles for an American Advantage status challenge. And now I must decide whether to keep the reservation or cancel it.
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In a new series on Charity Runners, Nick Pino a United Airlines Flight Attendant is running the NYC Marathon to support the Jason Dahl Scholorship Fund.
The Rock n’ Roll Mexico City Half Marathon will take place on March 15, 2015: Sunday, March 15, 2015 Rock ‘n’ Roll Mexico City 1/2 Marathon Time: 6:30pm (Subject to change) Start Location: Hipódromo de las Américas Finish Line Concert Starts: 8:30pm (Subject to change) Competitor (the owner of Rock n’ Roll Races) is throwing a … Read More
I’m not sure what makes Hawaii so magical – why it’s beauty overwhelms me as it does – why even the scents of Plumeria and Jasmine bring me to my knees.
There’s a crazy assortment of lunatics running enthusiasts who like to travel from location to location to partake in distance running events – often half marathons (13.1 miles) or marathons (26.2). Many even plan “doubles” – i.e., two events in two locations in two days. I did it once – a Saturday marathon in Jackson, Mississippi … Read More
From October 26 -27, I went on my first Mileage Run from NYC to SFO and back to NYC. I was supposed to continue on to Baltimore, the “final leg” of the trip, in order to run in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. Unfortunately, although deeply conflicted, I did not go on to Washington, D.C., due … Read More
I’m packing for my next marathon adventure, but thought I’d add some general travel and planning pointers that I’ve learned or realized. 1. Plan Ahead. First, and foremost, because it’s fun. Its exciting to start planning. As soon as the idea is planted in my head that I might want to visit a city for … Read More