BizBuzz: Brave Like Gabe Virtual 5K, Meb’s Still Running, and Nageotte’s New Approach

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The  icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes  Brave Like Gabe has launched their Virtual 5K. The Foundation started by Gabriele Grunewald is running a live 5K in St. Paul, MN  on May 20, but

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BizBuzz: Team USA Dominates, Kyle & Alexi’s First Episode, and Tyler’s WR Attempt

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The  icon means you can find this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes  Huge congratulations are in order for Sandi Morris, Christina Manning, Drew Windle, and all US medalists and competitors for an outstanding World Championships in Birmingham, England. The United

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BizBuzz: November 13, 2017

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Make sure to check back in regularly to catch up to all the latest News and Buzz from the athletes on AthleteBiz and beyond. The  icon means you can find this athlete on AthleteBiz! The Rundown …but don’t stop here. Much

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The NYC Marathon

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from Run Molly Huddle I’ve raced in New York dozens of times. Stepping off the train from Providence to Penn Station feels like a familiar routine by now. I’d been a peripheral part of Marathon weekend before, but I soon found

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Chelsea’s Chat: Molly Huddle, Marathoner

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from Addaday Fans of American distance running rejoice! Olympian Molly Huddle is officially a world-class marathoner. Molly handled the TCS New York City Marathon like the pro that she is — with grace and a whole lot of grit. After

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 9

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Sorry for the absence.  A bit of an Olympic Trials/Olympic Games hangover.  Plus, my dog ate my password.  Wait, my dog is my password.  Anyway, a lot to report on since August, including the end of the track season and

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The Roads as Reconciliation

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Toni is a respected, entertaining and often provocative voice in our sport. He delivers his voice through broadcasting, speeches, Running USA board service and written commentary. His love for our sport shines through even as he challenges and critiques its

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Why not me?

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Sunday November 4, 2007 was the day I decided I would become a marathoner. I had just won my UAA Conference title in cross country the day before and flown back to Cleveland from Boston. I came home from church, got

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Ripple Effect of the Post-Olympic Blues

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The last day of summer vacation has always been a trigger for me – a time of the year marked in the Southeast by a swelling symphony of cicadas that shakes the evening trees. When I hear the sound swell here in

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