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Everyone participating in Run To Work Day 2013 can now directly support those families most affected by the tragic events of 15th April at the Boston Marathon.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Menino this week announced the formation of The One Fund Boston.
“The One Fund Boston will act as a central fund to receive much needed financial support,” Governor Patrick said. “At moments like this, we are one state, one city, and one people.”
Mayor Menino added “We are one Boston. We are one community. As always, we will come together to help those most in need. And in the end, we will all be better for it,”
Feet. And not just any feet; Runners Feet. These type of feet are special. These type of feet are different from the non-runners feet. These type of feet are used and often abused. But why? It seems a common acceptance amongst runners that toenails falling off, athletes foot and blisters are just ‘part’ of being a runner. Some of my favourite quotes I have heard in Clubhouses around the country are:
“Second toenail fell off this week – 8 to go!’
“Keep getting a blister on the inside of my foot, its part of me now – I have had it for fifteen years”
“You’ve only got 2 blisters, ha – I’ve got 4 at the moment!”
I could go on… However I want to discuss why I think the runner hasn’t learnt to ‘Love Their Feet’ and how at RunBreeze we want to change that.
Runbreeze athlete Andy Richardson opens his 2012 track season with a bronze medal in the British Universities Championships in the London 2012 Olympic Stadium.
So less than 2 weeks to go until the National Lottery Olympic 5 Mile Race through the Olympic Park and finishing in the Olympic Stadium!
Wow, what a great 3 days at the Triathlon show! This was the first time we had exhibited at the TCR event and we were really pleased with the response our products got.
So I have an aim... The National Lottery Olympic Park 5 Mile Run! I entered the ballot last year and was lucky enough to be one of the 5000 entries to be accepted.
I admit I did look at mapmyrun when looking at hotels. However that was after tripadvisor and booking.com so I hope I am not too bad a husband! The timing of
I am trying to get my wife into running. I am not trying to hide it. She has no excuses of not having the right kit! So the approach
RUNBREEZE PUTS THE SPEED INTO SPEED DATING FOR VALENTINE’S DAY
No Valentine this year? Hit the running track with RunBreeze to find love
Think speed dating is so last year? Then think again. RunBreeze, the leading specialist seller of running socks, clothing and accessories, has put a spin on the traditional format by designing a speed dating evening for runners.
Sprint along to the Millennium Track at Battersea Park, London on Friday 10 February for the chance to meet someone new who just might fit the bill for a Valentine’s Day date...