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Fifth Third Riverbank Run

The 2009 edition of the Fifth Third Riverbank Run – the nation’s largest 25k road race – took place today in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The weather was rainy but the spirits of competitors, volunteers and spectators remained bright, as more than 17,000 participants took to the roads. In the women’s division, Kenyan Genoveva Kigen ran […]

Build Core Strength

In the May/June issue of Women’s Running, fitness expert Linda Melone explains why building core strength is vital for female runners: It reduces the chance of injury, improves running form and can make you faster. The good news: you don’t need to spend hours doing crunches to benefit. A few simple, targeted exercises two to three […]

Best of Port Macquarie

I promised to report back on a few of the highlights from my recent travel, training and racing adventure to Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia. I went there primarily to race the Ironman Australia triathlon, but also to experience this holiday spot’s euro-surf-vibe and quirky charm. I’d be far too long-winded if I described […]

Hurt So Good

I’m currently dealing with an injured Achilles tendon and haven’t run a step since racing the Ironman Australia triathlon four weeks ago. Granted, it’s a good thing to take some time off after a huge race effort – but a full month without running has turned me into a bit of a cranky girl! I […]

Run Girl Run

At the recent Country Music Marathon Expo in Nashville, one brand that I hadn’t seen before caught my eye. It’s called Run Girl Run, an apparel company designed to provide women with eye-catching technical running gear that boasts barely-there comfort and feel. Run Girl Run is an offshoot of parent company RegattaSport, a Canadian-based online […]

Get Up and Keep Going

My friend Gabby Jones (twin sis to triathlon great Michellie Jones) recently shared her thoughts on a particular challenge that many of us face at some point during our running careers: If you fall down, get up and keep going. A time comes in every runner’s journey where she ends up face down on the […]


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Rock & Roll While You Run

I recently returned from Nashville where I witnessed the planned mayhem of the 10th annual Country Music Marathon & 1/2 Marathon. CMM is one event in the series of Rock & Roll running events, aptly named due to the numerous live bands throughout the race course. While some races, such as the Boston Marathon, are […]

Pssst…Wanna Win a Surf Safari?

I’m a big believer in luck, and as such I’m convinced that I have a great chance to win the sweepstakes I recently entered. But in case my name is not drawn, I hope one of you will be the lucky winner! Ever since I first heard about Las Olas and their surf safaris for […]

Keeping Pace with Magda

I recently had the pleasure of catching up with US Olympic Marathoner Magdalena Lewy Boulet. You may remember Magda from the months leading up to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Hers was the Cinderella story of the 2008 Olympic Team selection. Having placed 5th in the 2004 Olympic Team Trials, Magda was dead-set on representing […]