UPDATE: I received an email today saying that the prices have been slashed! 50% off Registration 9/13-9/18 or until race sells out! 5K – $22.50 – – 10K – $27.50 I’m not sure if the $5 off code – WHPR5OFF – will still work but you might as well try. See you Sunday? THIS SUNDAY … Read More
The New York Mini 10K Tomorrow is the 45th running of the New York Mini 10K! The Mini or Mini10K (as it’s universally known) is the world’s original women-only road race. The first Mini, in 1972 was the Crazylegs Mini Marathon, a six-mile race in Central Park with 72 finishers. It was named the Mini, short … Read More
Last year, this day was called National Running Day – this year, it is renamed Global Running Day, and for good reason! In this day of destination event travel, it is so much fun to combine running and traveling. I should know, I’ve run marathons in all 50 states, and marathons and half marathons in … Read More
There is nothing like the thrill of running through Times Square and 42nd Street!!
Aegean Airlines’ gives its frequent flyers 40% Entry Discount at the Limissol Marathon, and “pays” them 100 miles for each kilometer they run!
Alaska Airlines is promoting Racecations by partnering with several races and giving discounts on race registration and/or air travel.
The RUN10FEED10 10K race, sponsored by Women’s Health Magazine and FEED, will take place TOMORROW, September 20th on the streets and highways of NYC! If you are free, come out and run, or just come out and watch!! WHEN & WHERE: Sunday, September 20, 2015 Pier 84 at Hudson River Park 7 AM (I know … Read More
As I posted here, the RUN10FEED10 10K race, sponsored by Women’s Health Magazine and FEED, will take place in NYC on September 20th on the streets and highways of NYC! WHEN & WHERE: Sunday, September 20, 2015 Pier 84 at Hudson River Park Run down the West Side Highway! 7 AM Registration: $55 at www.run10feed10.com use code R10F10PR for … Read More
RUN10FEED10 – a charitable co-ed 10K Race sponsored by Women’s Health Magazine and FEED will be held on Sept 20th NYC
Designed and built by Cod Steaks, initiated by Artists Project Earth and funded by Arts Council England, The public art installation of the Bristol Whales represents the beauty and fragility of our oceans and the increasing human threats that they face (http://codsteaks.com/portfolio/public-art/the-bristol-whales)