Brand’s highly reflective apparel line offers a “run safe” solution for today’s increased driver distractions and autumn’s reduced daylight hours - LEXINGTON, MA (September 29, 2009) – As runners are faced with autumn’s shorter daylight hours, Saucony, Inc.,
Irvine, Calif. (September 28, 2008) – ASICS® has announced improvements to the GT-2000 and GEL-1000 series for spring 2010. Remaining focused on consistency, while improving stability, the new GT-2150™ and GEL-1150™ models, which are part of the performance structured cushioning collection, also feature a better fit and decreased weight.
from running USA - COLUMBUS, Ohio - (September 17, 2009) - For the first time in a running or walking event, a participant's progress can be automatically tweeted at various splits along the course of the 30th Nationwide Better Health Columbus Marathon on Sunday, October 18.
For our annual Cross Country Shoe Review, we’ve examined and tested eight new or updated models. Despite their lowprofile design, cross country shoes provide protective cushioning and traction on varying terrain. The subtle differences in fit from one brand or model to the next allow most runners to find a racing shoe best suited for their particular foot type.
Road Race Management, www.rrm.com, the member-based organization that publishes a trade newsletter and other publications in print and on the web for race and industry officials, will conduct its first webinar on Wednesday, October 7 from 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. The webinar will offer event directors a practical guide to new media and will be taught by Jimmy Hendricks,
DENVER, Colo. (August 27, 2009) - Leading sock manufacturer Fox River and the HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises funds for ovarian cancer research and awareness, will launch a month-long “Sock Ovarian Cancer” promotion on September 1, 2009 to kick off Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. With this promotion, HERA and Fox River hope to raise awareness of ovarian cancer symptoms and ultimately increase early diagnosis. Johns Hopkins University reports that one in 57 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer this year. With early detection, more than 90 percent survive, yet currently only 24 percent of ovarian cancer is caught while still in the early stages.