Youth Runner ... the hottest magazine in town for young athletes who compete in track & field and cross country running. Athlete interviews and stories, training advice and tips from great coaches and Olympians, product report cards from our team of high school reviewers, regular guest editors, and tons of action images in each issue.
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The official magazine of USA Track & Field, the governing body of the sport. USATF’s Fast Forward covers 54 associations and gives subscribers national informationand news on track, road racing, and race walking from the national governing body.
The Winged M is the monthly magazine for the Multnomah Athletic Club in Portland, Oregon. The club was established in 1891 and is one of the premier athletic clubs in the country. The Winged M is the primary communications for all 20,000 members.
The Winged Foot (established 1892) is the monthly publication of the New York Athletic Club, established in 1868. The editorial focus is on the activities and accomplishments of the New York Athletic Club and its members, including participants in the Olympic Games and World Championships.
Track & Field News covers the United States and international stars at the high school, college and professional levels. Feature articles deal with personalities, statistics, history, road running and race walking. Regular departments include U.S., world, college and high school reports, news highlights, profiles, lists of top performers and comments.
RUNOHIO is one of our mainstay publications in the Running Network. Matt McGowan, a high school track coach and teacher, writes and edits this publication with help from his brother, Jeff, a top 800 meter runner in college.
The preeminent running magazine in the South and one of the fastest growing markets in the United States, The Running Journal has unsurpassed coverage of the sport of running in its area, and its writers are favorites of the local running community.
RunMinnesota is published by the Minnesota Distance Running Association. The MDRA has been in existance since 1961. RM is direct mailed to the club’s 2,500 members and the rest distributed through running stores, expos and races.
Racing South, which traces its heritage back to 1976, publishes special theme issues in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Women's Running is highlighted in the Spring issue, Competitive and Grand Prix competition in the Summer issue, Youth Running and Cross Country in the Fall issue, and Masters Running in the Winter.
Long Island Footnotes is the official monthly magazine of the Greater Long Island Running Club and has gradually developed into "the Bible of Long Island running." Servicing strong running and multisport communities in a region that has a population greater than that of 38 of the 50 states, it focuses on coverage of Long Island races, race schedules, and articles of interest to runners of all ages and abilities.
Missouri Runner & Triathlete is the official publication of USATF associations in the Missouri-Ozarks and Kansas City. MO Runner is the Show Me state member of the Running Network LLC and is in its seventh year.
One of the first publishers on board in 1986, and one of the most innovative. Art McCafferty was a stand-up comedian, college professor and a publisher of golf, running and skiing magazines. The publication covers high school, college, road racing, track & field, cross country and triathlons.
Published for the Spanish-speaking runner in the United States, Central, and South America, Latinos Corriendo is geared to Latino runners interested in improving their performances, as well as in keeping up on the sport, with a keen eye to Spanish-speaking athletes in North and South America.
Get Active! is the publication for the health-club consumer and runners of all levels. In a world where exercise and healthy living are more crucial than ever, Get Active! is the information resource for all those who seek a healthier, more rewarding life. It's the owner's manual for the fitness lifestyle.
Published since 1986, New England Exchange covers the world of athletics for the road racers, track athletes, ultra runners, race walkers, coaches, preps and officials of the New England Association of USATF.
One of the best regional magazines in the network, Colorado Runner is supported by specialty running stores across the state. Their website inlcudes the state’s most comprehensive event calendar and results listings. Colorado Runner is also an official USATF media partner.
Coaching Athletics Quarterly is a technical journal, modeled in the tradition of the late Track & Field Quarterly Review. This technical publication features Sprints in Spring, Throws in Summer, Jumps in Fall and Distances in Winter.
Club Running is the relaunched print and digital publication for the RRCA. Established in 1958, the RRCA is the governing body for 954 grassroots running clubs in North America. It’s the largest running organization in North America.
The official magazine of all four USATF associations in California and northern Nevada, California Track & Running News is the only magazine in the Golden State that covers race walking, distance running, track & field, ultra running, cross country, and road racing in each issue — giving a complete picture of the diversity of our sport and opportunities in CTRN's turf.
Austin Runner (AR) is the first and only running magazine in Austin, distributed to more than 45,000 runners, 10 times a year. AR’s goal is to provide entertaining, informative and practical information for the growing Austin running community. Focusing on four pillars of physical activity — events, gear, training and wellness — as well as in-depth profiles of local runners, AR delivers running content to tens of thousands of healthy and active Austinites.
Publisher Cecil Smith is a keen observer of our sport. Athletics magazine is Canada’s national T&F/road running magazine. Cecil’s news column is one of the most provocative in the entire sport—Well written and well researched.
Athletes Only is a must buy for clients who want to reach the active teenager (14–19). AO readers work out 6 days per week, 46 weeks per year, for 2 hours, 15 minutes per day. They purchase five pair of training shoes a year, as well as own 12 pair of shoes!
Now in its 16th year, ATF is the largest coaching magazine in North America for any sport. The meeting place of scientific theory and its practical application to sport, ATF gives the coach and enthusiast tips on how to improve their understanding of a technical event, as well as tips on how to improve their coaching.