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FuelBelt Revenge® R2O Hydration Belt

Tested in the toughest climates by professional athletes, the Revenge® R2O Hydration Belt by FuelBelt is a break through in hydration belt design and function. One handed entry and exit has never been easier with its unique and cleverly designed molded holsters. With just one hand, the hydration bottles go in fast and come out faster. And the … Continue reading

WSJ: Finding a (Running) Shoe That Fits

Survey: More than 33% of men and nearly 50% of women bought shoes that didn't fit properly. http://t.co/uWIUIEyB3b pic.twitter.com/XPoReH7oBa — Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) July 17, 2014

ARMY: 2013 Army Ten-Miler Results

NEW WOMEN’S EVENT RECORD WASHINGTON (Oct. 21, 2013) — Kerri Gallagher broke the Women’s Event Record with a time of 54:56 in the 2013 Army Ten-Miler … [Read more]

Harvard: Life-Saving Exercise

In many common diseases, physical activity is as effective as taking drugs at reducing the risk of death. Physical activity is potentially as effective as many drug interventions for patients with existing cardiovascular diseases and other chronic conditions … [Read more]

IRONMAN: Running Down a Dream

Two friends heading to IRONMAN Louisville on Sunday have issued one another a friendly challenge. Jason Dierking, 37, will be competing in the race, and his friend, Tom Morris, needs him to qualify for Kona — a tough nut to crack for most competitors. Dierking’s challenge for Morris? Get out of his wheelchair and walk … Continue reading

June 5: National Running Day

Happy #NationalRunningDay! pic.twitter.com/0cWWJWa2wY — The White House (@WhiteHouse) June 5, 2013

NIH: On Sound Footing

Your feet are pretty small, considering they have to support the entire height and weight of your body. But they can cause big problems. So pay some attention to your feet. Each step you take involves a remarkably intricate network of bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments. That complexity—combined with all the weight they carry—accounts for … Continue reading

WAVE3 re: KDF Marathon, miniMarathon

WAVE3: Security was out in full force during Thunder over Louisville after the Boston bombings; thousands packed Louisville’s Water Front Park Saturday to watch the air show and fire works. Amid growing security concerns in light of the tragedy in Boston, police from dozens of agencies helped keep everyone safe and now we’re gearing up for … Continue reading

WaterStep: Turning Shoes Into Water

Make your steps count for more with WaterStep. Every day thousands of people around the world die because of preventable water-borne diseases. WaterStep empowers volunteers and humanitarian professionals with the ability to assist communities with sustainable water solutions, from delivering safe water to developing countries to providing water for disaster relief and emergency contigency plans … Continue reading

Statement from Boston Athletic Association

Statement from the Boston Athletic Association Monday, April 15, 2013 8:00 p.m. ET The Boston Athletic… http://t.co/LrhGOvd2Gk — Boston Marathon (@bostonmarathon) April 16, 2013

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