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The Scoop: January 16, 2017

The Scoop: January 16, 2017

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Happy MLK Day! If you happen to have the day off come in and treat yourself to some new gear. Buy one item and get the second item 30% off. Plus there are retired shoes for $85 at our Alexandria location as well as online. Parking is free, the sale is on, what other reason […]

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Faces of Pacers: Hilary Biggs

Faces of Pacers: Hilary Biggs

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So I thought about what was unique about me…and one thing that comes to mind, is my diverse work experience. Yes, all of the jobs I have had are related to sports but all are very different. I love the environment that surrounds sports and helping people achieve their goals drives me everyday. These days, I live […]

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Racing for Fun in February

Racing for Fun in February

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Some races are serious, there are splits to consider, game face on, training is done and the race day plan in place. We are not talking about those races today! Other races are all about fun, costumes, jokes, and getting out there and recalling what makes being a runner so darn fun. Our upcoming February […]

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The Scoop: January 9, 2017

The Scoop: January 9, 2017

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Wow, it is cold outside. Just wow. Cold. Hopefully you were able to make it outside this weekend for some miles or found a warm treadmill to get the work done. In the words of Alfred Wainwright, “There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.”  If you are suffering from the curse of […]

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Faces Of Pacers: Stephen Laico

Faces Of Pacers: Stephen Laico

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I started running with Pacers when they opened on P Street (now 14th Street). After running in school I trained for two marathons on my own and was feeling burned out on the solo running thing. Solo running provides a great time with your thoughts as well as a chance to unplug (literally for a […]

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Train to Celebrate the Wins

Train to Celebrate the Wins

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By our very nature, competitive runners are never satisfied. If we run a PR, we want to run faster next time. If we win a race, we want to win another. This constant desire to do better is critical to the development of distance runners because it makes us continually strive to improve. But it […]

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The Scoop: Week of January 3, 2017

The Scoop: Week of January 3, 2017

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Welcome back to real life! We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and a very Happy New Year. Thanks to everyone who came out to run the Fairfax Four this weekend. There was a record crowd out there getting one last race in before 2016 goals click over to 2017 goals! Race results are […]

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Faces of Pacers: Tara Landy

Faces of Pacers: Tara Landy

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I threw up everywhere the first time I ran the mile. Before the 8th grade, I had never run a step in my life but stuck with running because I looked up to my sister. My sister is my best friend and mentor and I wanted to be just like her. Once I figured out […]

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Big PRs with Mike Naff

Big PRs with Mike Naff

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Mike Naff had a goal and it was a big one; he wanted to break 3 hours in the marathon. For a young runner that is a lofty goal, for a masters runner breaking a 3 hour marathon is an even bigger goal. Thank you Mike for sharing your story, it is inspiring and exciting. […]

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The Scoop: Week of December 19

The Scoop: Week of December 19

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Happy Holidays everyone! We hope your shopping list has been checked twice and is done, and that your long run has been checked twice and is done too. While you are out there running be sure to stop by all of the magical spots around DC or even better, join a social run like Kayla’s, and […]

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