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Faces of Pacers: Rob Krupicka

Faces of Pacers: Rob Krupicka

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The GW Parkway Classic was my longest run of the year in 2011 and I was in terrible shape, but for some reason I used it to kick off my training for an ultramarathon. I was starting from scratch; I had recently lost a political race and was looking for something else to focus on. […]

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Parkway Logistics

Parkway Logistics

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The George Washington Parkway Classic is on Sunday morning, and if you are running this might be the time in the week when questions may pop up. If you aren’t yet registered you can get in on the action and register today. The current issue of RunWashington is the official race guide and is available […]

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The Scoop: April 17, 2017

The Scoop: April 17, 2017

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This is a huge week in running, it all begins wth the Boston Marathon today and wraps with the Parkway Classic, there is something for every runner! Boston Marathon It is Patriot’s Day and that means one thing to runners: The Boston Marathon! Best of luck to all of the runners towing the line today, […]

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Faces of Pacers: Justin Wilson

Faces of Pacers: Justin Wilson

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When I was high school I was fairly certain the cute girls ran on the cross country team. When I attended the team interest meeting and learned we would run 2-3 miles a day I was scared away. One of my biggest regrets is that I did not start running back then. After college I […]

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Fueling Before A Workout

Fueling Before A Workout

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Last month my nutrition article focused on the big picture of fueling a workout: from daily fueling to which types of runs require pre/post fueling. This month I will hone in specifically on pre-workout/run fueling, including both the timing and content. Things like stomach tolerance, “real” food versus sports food preferences, sweat rates, temperatures, workout […]

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The Scoop: April 10, 2017

The Scoop: April 10, 2017

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The first 5k Friday is in the books, hope you had a great time out there and are looking forward to coming back this Friday too. We can all put $$ on the fact it will not be that cold and windy on week two! Race result are up online and pictures will be available […]

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Faces of Pacers: Mark Johnson

Faces of Pacers: Mark Johnson

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My running story started when I was 14 while my family was living in the Philippines. My oldest brother was a big runner and he helped lay down the framework for the rest of my life. Rather than sitting around, wasting time, he convinced me to get out and start training with the cross-country team. […]

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Freshen Up Your Sports Bra Collection

Freshen Up Your Sports Bra Collection

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The early morning sunshine and the birds singing tell us that spring is here. Or in the case of today the driving rain tells you it is spring, whatever! One easy thing you can do it kick your spring training off on the right foot is a new sports bra (or three). Like shoes, bras […]

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Need a MCM bib?

Need a MCM bib?

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The Marine Corps Marathon lottery has come and gone and while many runners will be running with the Marines on October 22, 2017, some runners did not get the news they were hoping for last week. Not winning the lottery doesn’t mean it’s the end of the story; there are plenty of charities who have […]

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The Scoop: April 3, 2017

The Scoop: April 3, 2017

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Congratulations to everyone who ran Cherry Blossom 10 Miler yesterday. Hope you had fun out there and soaked up all that is fantastic about racing this time of year. It was fun to see so many familiar faces at the expo – thanks for stopping to say hi.   The results are in and you […]

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