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Make the Trip to Old Town Alexandria

Make the Trip to Old Town Alexandria

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Are you planning to run Alexandria’s Hometown Race, the George Washington Parkway Classic 10 Miler, 5k and Sugar Shack Kids Dash on Sunday April 23, 2017? Great news, Pacers Running is now partnering with Alexandria hotels to create a special Parkway get away weekend package. Why not make a weekend of it? Old Town is […]

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Team RWB and Pacers Running

Team RWB and Pacers Running

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Team RWB and Pacers Running is celebrating a fresh partnership in 2017 with a Facebook Live session on March 26 at 7:00pm at Pacers Navy Yard. To join the event register here there is no charge but lots of value. Tune in to hear from Pacers Running Owner, Chris Farley, Team RWB Eagles Heather Hanscom, Michael Lynch, […]

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“Like Father, Like Son” An Evening with Olympians Matt & Matthew Centrowitz

“Like Father, Like Son” An Evening with Olympians Matt & Matthew Centrowitz

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Join Olympians Matt and Matthew Centrowitz for a moderated discussion and open Q & A at Wilson High School to celebrate the publishing of Coach Cetrowitz’s memoir “Like Father, Like Son” on Monday, March 13th at 7pm. Books available for sale on site. Post-event poster and book signing. One item per person, please. Open to […]

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Planning for Race Day

Planning for Race Day

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Have you been outside this week? If not, poke your head out right now because you may need sunscreen and shortly you may need a snow hat! The DC area is kind of used to extremes in weather but this winter kind of takes the cake. At First Down 5k & Pacers Combine this past […]

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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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Turkey Trot 101

Turkey Trot 101

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Running a Thanksgiving Day Turkey trot is a great way to meet up with family and friends to stretch your legs before a day of eating and celebration. In the DC area we have some fantastic Turkey Trot options that embrace our community and the spirit of holiday giving. There are a few things to […]

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Start with a Plan

Start with a Plan

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Not to draw attention to the obvious but it is getting kind of chilly and dark out. Summer is long gone save the random hot day.  While some folks love to train through the winter while others do not. No matter which camp you identify with let’s look at the bright side, we have a […]

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A Spectator’s Guide to MCM

A Spectator’s Guide to MCM

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Running the Marine Corps Marathon this weekend? Good luck!  With days to go you know you are refreshing your weather app like it is an Olympic event and patiently waiting to hear that Howitzer boom. Basically your work here is done but the work of your spectators is just beginning. Cheering for the marathon is […]

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Avoid Sabotaging Your Marathon

Avoid Sabotaging Your Marathon

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Many miles have been run, logged, dissected and now you have made it- it is time to taper. Marathon training is a long haul and there are many ways, at this late date, you can opt to get the finish line prepared or create certain disaster.   A classic tale of pre marathon woe comes […]

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Last Long Run

Last Long Run

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If you are running MCM here we are at the last long run weekend. This is huge!  So the weather is questionable but a little rain is not going to derail this road to the taper. First things first, if you need company for your long run effort we have some options for you. There […]

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