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Introducing “Team 196 Proof”

Introducing “Team 196 Proof”

In Nov. 2011, we ran a journey from Rock City to Music City – 196 miles from from Chattanooga to Nashville, TN, in the 2011 Tennessee Ragnar Relay. We finished with a time of 29:42:09. Here’s a brief recap of our journey: …and an introduction to Team 196 Proof! Van 1 1) Scott is the husband and father of a superwoman wife and 2 great kids. He was born and raised in Louisville, KY, but Evansville, IN, is … Read entire article »

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Disney’s Wine & Dine Half Marathon – Race Recap

Disney’s Wine & Dine Half Marathon – Race Recap

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then we’re giving you like 20,000 words worth of recap for the Disney Wine & Dine half marathon weekend. A great time was had by all and some even ran great times! The course was fun and the after party was worth the effort. Here’s a look at the weekend from our perspective:   Thanks to all who came out to join us! We hope to see you all … Read entire article »

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2012 Florida Keys Ragnar Relay

2012 Florida Keys Ragnar Relay

We have good news and we have bad news. The bad news first: There was little interest in our team for the Walt Disney World marathon weekend. We’ve decided to withdraw our team from that event. The good news: The Florida Keys Ragnar Relay is the same weekend, and we’re forming a team for that instead. Spots are filling quickly! If you’d like to spend a weekend in January running through Miami, then island hopping all the … Read entire article »

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Introducing our newest columnist

Introducing our newest columnist

We are excited to announce that Tracy Gariepy is the winner of the Next Great Running columnist competition. Tracy will join Coach Brian, Barb Bergerson and Katherine Pennington as a regular writer on digitalrunning.com. During five days of intense voting, Tracy won a back and forth battle with fellow finalist, Rebecca Mubaraz. Her victory marks the end of the competition, which started at the end of July and pitted 6 finalists against each other in … Read entire article »

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Next Great Running Columnist: Final Round

Next Great Running Columnist: Final Round

Writer’s Choice: The competition heats up as our Final TWO write about a running topic of their choosing… Who would you like to read more from? Who will inspire, entertain or persuade you? Read what the Final TWO had to say about running, and vote for your favorite writer today! Rebecca Tracy (Can’t remember who’s who? Read about the Finalists here.) VOTE for your favorite! Just click the Facebook “like” button above or below your favorite story. You’ll only get … Read entire article »

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Tracy: Final Round – Body and Soul

A few years ago, shortly after being bit by the running bug, I met a family on a bus. The mother had just run a marathon, and she was heading home with her 11 year old son. I foolishly asked the son if someday he was going to run marathons like mom. Turns out they both compete in half marathons together. 11 years old. And he runs 13.1 miles with his mom. Frequently. What struck me wasn’t that an 11 year old could run that far, it was the “poor me” realization that there are probably lots of moms out there who can share their love of running with their children. My son Justin was also 11 at the time, and as a moody, hyper child with ADHD and Asperger’s Syndrome, … Read entire article »

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Rebecca: Final Round – Thanks for the Memories

Sure, running is great for your heart, lungs and mental health, but running is more than just good for your healthy. Many see it as simply hitting the pavement, and accruing miles. For me, running has transformed my life. In the past year, running has… 1. Helped me through my dad’s injury in Afghanistan: Looking back to the week of May 10th, I sometimes forget it’s only been a year since that fateful midnight call from the Army. What I thought was the longest week of my life, slowly turned into an even longer summer of emergencies, surgeries and rehabilitation. Never knowing if my hotel would have a gym, you could find me hitting the streets of Silver Springs or even on the base of Walter Reed. 2. Fostered new friendships: I signed up for … Read entire article »

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