New 20 Questions, Miles of Answers. Meet Angela of Milner, Georgia! She never thought she would say she's a marathoner, but it all changed for her in the Twin Cities on October 6, 2013. One of the most memorable parts of her race was seeing a man with a shirt that read "Stroke 0, Me 1." Have you ever had a touching moment like that in the middle of a race? Click to read the rest of her answers!
There are many reasons why you should register to run the 100% Irish for a Day TC 5K and TC 10 Mile this Saturday. We've collected YOUR top reasons to run and compiled them into this top 10 list!
Team USA Minnesota’s Heather Kampf was notified today that she has been named to the U.S. team for the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland, March 7-9. Kampf was the alternate in the 1500 meters and will join the team due to the withdrawal of U.S. Women’s 1500m Champion Mary Cain because of injury.
Team USA Minnesota’s Gabriele Grunewald won the women’s 3000-meter race and Heather Kampf placed third in the women’s 1500 meters at the USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships in Albuquerque, February 22-23. As as result of her first place finish, Grunewald has been named to the U.S. team for the IAAF World Indoor Championships that will be held in Sopot, Poland, March 7-9.
Meet Jay, he says it's always a good time to run! What's your favorite time of day to go for a run? Click to read the rest of his answers to our 20 Questions.
If you’re looking to jump start your fitness in preparation for the spring racing season, consider adding strength training to your weekly routine. Strength training can improve your overall fitness, as well as decrease your risk of injury.
Three Team USA Minnesota distance runners – Gabriele Grunewald, Heather Kampf and Travis Burkstrand – will compete at the USATF Indoor Track & Field Championships in Albuquerque February 22-23. They will be among the American competitors vying for a spot on the U.S. team for the IAAF World Indoor Championships in Sopot, Poland, March 7-9.
"It’s amazing how such a little thing like running can change a life halfway around the world."
We get dozens of responses to our "20 Questions, Miles of Answers" column. As we prepared for Charity Week, we saw Scott's Team World Vision jersey in his photo and asked more about why he runs for charity. Click to read his answers and how he discovered his love of running on Team World Vision.
While some people look forward to celebrating today with chocolates and fancy dinners, more than 1,500 runners gathered together to celebrate their love of running at Lake Harriet! Read our race recap from the Valentine's Day TC 5K!