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09 Dec 2018 - 08 Dec 2019
It may be a surprise that a marathon on a small, tropical island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean is among the ten largest marathon races in the world. But with its 25,000 annual runners the Honolulu Marathon really is up there with the big ones such as Boston, New York, Chicago and London.The first Honolulu Marathon appeared in 1973 with 151 finishers, and already in this inaugural race, the dream was to be on par with the famous Boston Marathon one day. Especially runners from Japan contribute to the field making it large enough to compete with Boston and making up more than 60 percent of the total.The Honolulu runners will end their marathon in Kapiolani Park near the volcanic crater, Diamond Head. Kapiolani Park was the state’s first public park and it remains one of the most frequented recreational areas in the city. On race day the park is transformed to a joyful festival with an award ceremony, post-race malasadas (a Portuguese donut) and nearly 50,000 spectators celebrating the tired but euphoric finishers.The course is relatively flat with a large part of it following the magnificent Pacific coastline. A climb occurs at Diamond Head, which runners pass twice along the way. The highest point is 38m above sea level. The early 5am start with fireworks is spectacular and cool. There is no time limit and the last finisher usually comes in long after most runners have had time to cool down in the pacific ocean and ordered a well deserved Mai-Tai. The traditional Sports Expo lasts three days attracting thousands of visitors and vendors. Friday before race day a concert/luau with Hawaiian music, dance show and the mandatory carbo-loading dinner are held to get everybody in the mood for Sunday’s run. For those not up to a full 42.2km, there is a 10km option which starts at the same time as the marathon. The Kalakaua Merrie Mile is a one mile race in Waikiki on the day before the marathon.
15 Dec 2018 - 31 Dec 2019
Buffalo, NY Galloway Training Program 2019
About Jeff Galloway’s Program: The Galloway Run/Walk/Run Training Program is open to anyone who is interested in fulfilling a lifetime goal: of running a 5k, half marathon, or marathon. The training group welcomes all levels, from beginners to Boston qualifiers. Pace groups are set up to ensure a comfortable and safe training pace for every ability. We would love to have you but, if you're not certain about whether to join, email us at BuffaloGalloway@gmail.com. We'll show you how you can reach your goals, have fun, and remain injury free in the process. Event details and scheduleGeneral Info: Contact Program Director Megan Nelson at BuffaloGalloway@gmail.com or 716.812.8816. We are excited to have you Run/Walk/Run with us! 5 & 10 Mile Training Kick Off: 12/15/2018 at 8:00am Delaware Park - Boy and the Dog Statue. E. Meadow Drive, Park entrance at Parkside and the 198 Map will be provided! We will train at various locations throughout Buffalo and Lockport to train for this 10 mile winter race! Discounts to be offered for all participants on your entry fee! Lockport 10 Race Director will create some special routes throughout Lockport, and our regular routes in Buffalo. *There are three options for this race, you can run the full Lockport 10 miler, you can run the Lockport 5 miler, or you can get a friend involved and you can run the Relay (5 miles each!) Join us for the winter running season in Buffalo. Run through the winter, stay strong, and get yourself ready for spring speed work and the Buffalo Half Marathon Half Marathon Training Kick Off: 2/16/2019 at 8:00am Delaware Park - Boy and the Dog Statue. E. Meadow Drive, Park entrance at Parkside and the 198 Map will be provided! We will meet at various locations throughout Buffalo for Half Marathon Training. Updates will be communicated via weekly emails to our team. Join our members as we conquer the Half Marathon Distance for the second annual half training Is this group right for me? The Jeff Galloway training approach is suitable for all levels and all ages! We focus on achieving your goal distance, injury free while having fun and building fitness. Bring a friend and join us for one of our Saturday morning weekly group runs (first session is free) and experience great comradery, effective training and lots of support. Email us for more information. Training Program membership does not include race entry fees. Refund Policy: The training fee is non-refundable. Requests for refunds are considered for medical reasons only, must be accompanied by a physician’s letter and must be submitted prior to the half-way point in the training season. A $25 processing fee will be retained. People who want to try out Galloway Training may attend up to two group runs free of charge before registering for the season.
16 Dec 2018 - 15 Dec 2019
The Pisa Marathon is very popular with many participants coming from outside Italy. It will be held in December in the city of Pisa, Italy.Pisa is a city with aristocratic airs and rich in charm that, thanks to the nearby sea, emanates a special light. Its most famous attraction is without doubt the Leaning Tower and yet, besides the wonders of Piazza dei Miracoli, the city contains numerous incredible surprises.Pisa is so ancient it doesn’t really have a birth date but it’s been tied to the sea ever since its first days. It was founded in one of the great bays along the Arno River but it was above all the sea that would determine its destiny, and, over the course of centuries, Pisa became one of the great seafaring Republics and an invincible maritime power. Its people became so wealthy and ingenious that they gathered much of the most beautiful things the Mediterranean had to offer; the city became a capital of fundamental cultural importance and gave birth to illustrious names in every age, names like Galileo, and the celebrated mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci.
23 Dec 2018 - 22 Dec 2019
House Of Sport Mdina 2 Spinola Xmas Road Race
The House Of Sport Mdina 2 Spinola Traditional 10.8 Mile Xmas Road Race is the second most popular athletic event in Malta, following the Malta Marathon.The success of this event is made possible by the assistance given by a good number of people. Without them and their help, it would be impossible to stage the 2nd most popular athletic event in Malta.
28 Dec 2018 - 31 Dec 2019
Tri-Valley FrontRunners Membership 2019
2019 Membership Application: The Tri-Valley Frontrunners (TVFR) is a 35+ year-old running club representing and welcoming male and female runners of all ages and abilities from many eastern and central Massachusetts towns. Members determine their level of commitment to running and choose from many training and social opportunities to achieve it. TVFR organizes and participates in an array of running events, from local road races (5k to the marathon), fun runs, trail runs, track work outs, group training runs, and more. We invite you to take a look around our website. We're sure that you will find something for you. Whatever your reason for running, TVFR has the match for you!Event details and scheduleClub activities and event sign ups are located at www.tri-valleyfrontrunners.com
31 Dec 2018 - 31 Dec 2019
Juneau Trail & Road Runners (JTRR) Membership for Calendar Year 2019
Juneau Trail & Road Runners (JTRR - formerly Southeast Road Runners - SERR) is a group of dedicated individuals who take advantage of the fantastic natural setting available in Juneau, Alaska to achieve a healthy and positive lifestyle through running. The club strives to represent the entire Juneau running community, young and old, male and female, recreational and serious, by organizing races and group runs suitable for a wide spectrum of abilities.Event details and schedule
01 Jan - 31 Dec 2019
Chaska Run Club 2019
Description Run with friends! Chaska Run Club has ongoing group runs on Tuesdays and Thursday evenings at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday mornings at 8:30 a.m. Runners can use the CCC Daycare during scheduled group runs (Free Member, $3.60/hour Non Member) - Discounts on running shoes- Training schedules- Guidance from experienced runnersAge GroupAdult (Over 15)LocationChaska Community Center LobbyInstructorCCC Staff
01 Jan - 31 Dec 2019
Membership 2019 Club Oly Road Runners
Membership is effective immediately and good through the end of 2019. Club Oly Road Runners is a local non-profit organization devoted to fostering a love for running and the enhanced fitness and wellness it brings. We encourage participation in the sport and giving back to the community by runners of all levels. Members will make a commitment to volunteering in at least one of the club events. In addition to year-round, organized runs, club members have access to accredited coaches, a variety of affordable race options, local race info, results, training partners and more! Club Oly Road Runners is an affiliate member of Road Runners Club of America (RRCA), the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to distance running. Through the RRCA, we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Club Oly Road Runners is also a member of the Pacific Northwest Association of USA Track and Field (USATF). Member Benefits Discounts to Club Oly Road Runners events and team apparel Weekly Runs Training Groups Coaching Frequent Social Events Complimentary subscription to RRCA's Club Running magazine Event details and scheduleClub Oly Road Runners supports weekly group runs which provide great opportunities to meet and run with others regardless of abilities. Weekly Runs Mondays at 6:00pm. Starting at Marathon Park; easy 3 mile run. Tuesdays at 9:00am, Starting at Marathon Park; group run of around five miles. Tuesdays at 5:30pm. Starting at South Sound Running; hills, tempo & easy running around Olympia. Wednesdays at 6:00pm. Starting at Marathon Park; five mile, easy run of the Capitol Lake loop. Saturdays at 7:30am. Starting at South Sound Running. Various distances. Monthly Social EventsSocial dinners after a weeknight run. Visit the Facebook page for locations as they vary each month. Check us out on Facebook at www.facebook.com/clubolyroadrunners Note: Membership is based on a calendar year. Applications received after September 1st are good through the end of the following year.