Here’s our semi-annual look at a sampling of shoes designed to grip and tame trails: some for training, others for faster running. The mix includes 5 new models and 3 updates. Trails vary considerably, and not surprisingly so do trail shoes. It’s a good idea to match your shoes to the running you’ll be doing. If you like protection on the roads, start with Responsive Trail shoes. If you like speedier Performance shoes on the road, Performance Trail may the best place to start. As always, this review is a starting point in your search for your best trail shoes. Follow it up with the help of a Specialty Running retailer whenever possible. And don’t forget to check www.runningproductreviews.com for periodic updates and special features.
Seattle – June 1, 2015 – To celebrate National Running Day June 3, Brooks Running Company announces the results of its third annual Brooks Run Happy Nation report, a survey of runners around the world. The report goes beyond the endorphin rush to reveal new information about what makes runners tick – from the undies they don to who they’re partnering up with (both on and off the road).
The May 2015 issue of "ePodismo USA", the electronic monthly publication featuring the very best of Italian running, is now available atwww.epodismo.com/usa. The milestone issue marks the first year of publications for this newsletter specifically produced for the U.S. runners in love with Italy.
Nassau, Bahamas, 1 May 2015 IAAF Presidential Candidate Seb Coe has called for Athletics to embrace innovation and respond to social, economic and technological changes for the sport to reach its full potential and grow globally. Speaking ahead of the second edition of the IAAF World Relays in The Bahamas, Coe pledged to position Athletics at the forefront of the drive to engage and inspire young people into the sport.
Encouraged by recent signs of progress in turning childhood obesity rates around, Saucony remains even more committed to helping put kids on the path to a healthy future - LEXINGTON, MA (March 19, 2015) — For nearly a decade, Saucony has been an industry leader in supporting nationwide efforts to ensure that kids in the U.S. can grow up at a healthy weight. Since 2006, the Foundation has awarded more than $1 million dollars in grants to schools and community organizations all dedicated to preventing childhood obesity through running and a healthy lifestyle. Encouraged by recent signs of progress in turning childhood obesity rates around, Saucony remains even more committed to putting kids on the path to a healthy future. Saucony today announces that the following organizations have been selected to receive a Saucony Run for Good Foundation grant:
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