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Student of the Sport, Hasay Learned Lessons at Debut 10K

August 04, 2014 by Chris Lotsbom

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August 3, 2014 -- After her debut 10K on the roads at Saturday's TD Beach to Beacon 10K in Cape Elizabeth, ME, Jordan Hasay was all smiles. The 22-year-old Nike Oregon Project athlete finished fourth among women in 32:21, a solid showing that taught her a lot about what happens on the road racing circuit.

"It was really fun. It was I guess a PR on Read More

Categories: Pro Athlete

Ethiopia’s Aman Among Those Gunning for 600-Meter Indoor Record in February

December 11, 2013 by NYRR staff

Since 1999, the world indoor 600-meter record has belonged to Nico Motchebon, although several runners have come tantalizingly close to besting the German’s time of 1:15.12.

On February 2, three of the most successful challengers will line up at the Russian Winter in Moscow, and one athlete in particular, Ethiopian middle-distance great Mohammed Aman, is eying Motchebon’s mark.

If Aman is trying to become the world’s 600-meter king, it’s good that he’ll be running the race in Read More

Categories: Human Interest

Gilbert Chepkwony, Ehitu Kiros Take Honolulu Marathon Titles

December 09, 2013 by NYRR staff

The 41st Honolulu Marathon opened with its traditional fireworks display, and the men’s race ended on a celebratory note for Team Kenya, which swept the podium and claimed five of the top six spots. Ethiopian women had similar success in the women's race, finishing  first and second.

Leading the way for the men was Gilbert Chepkwony, who notched his first-ever marathon win in a time of 2:18:47. The 28-year-old won a stretch duel with countryman and Read More

Categories: Marathon News

Rotating Shoes Prevents Running Injuries, Research Suggests

December 06, 2013 by NYRR staff

Running injuries tend to come from repetition—the stress one puts on the lower extremities by pounding the ground in exactly the same way day in and day out—and Scandinavian scientists may have found a solution: wearing multiple pairs of shoes.

As Runner’s World reports, researchers in Luxembourg looked at 264 runners over a 22-week period and found that those who regularly switched up their sneakers were 39 percent less likely to suffer injury.

In the Read More

Categories: Human Interest

Rotating Shoes Prevents Running Injuries, Research Suggests

December 06, 2013 by NYRR staff

Running injuries tend to come from repetition—the stress one puts on the lower extremities by pounding the ground in exactly the same way day in and day out—and Scandinavian scientists may have found a solution: wearing multiple pairs of shoes.

As Runner’s World reports, researchers in Luxembourg looked at 264 runners over a 22-week period and found that those who regularly switched up their sneakers were 39 percent less likely to suffer injury.

In the Read More

Categories: Human Interest

Mayor Pledges Robust Security for Honolulu Marathon

December 05, 2013 by David Monti

 

 

 

 

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Honolulu, December 4, 2013 -- Key city officials, led by mayor Kirk Caldwell, gathered before the media here today to announce that security for Sunday's Honolulu Marathon would be at the highest levels while still allowing the 30,000 registered runners to enjoy the race and it's famed warm welcome, or "aloha spirit." The Honolulu Marathon will be America's third largest marathon this year based on Read More

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