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2010 Brea 8K Classic (left-to-right) John Gardiner (#402)  Dale Campbell (#602), Jon Megeff and unknown Brooks Runner. Dale Campbell finished first in his division, running 27:40, a 5:33 pace. The Brea 8K Classic / 2014 USA Masters 8 km Championships course is not flat, but if you run the course the right way, you can indeed get a fast time. Here is a mile-by-mile description of the course
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Southern California is quite possibly home to more nationally ranked Masters runners than any other USATF association. Which leads to the question, “Can anyone in the nation beat the Southern California Champions?” Read on for a profile of the varied masters runners who are members of USATF Southern California and their plans for competing at the USA Masters 8km National Championships on
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The USA Track & Field National Masters 8 km Championships - Prize Money and Awards Increase to $11,500! Welcome to our new sponsor, A Snail's Pace Running Shops!   A Snail's Pace Running Shops are many things to many people: for some they are a local source for specialty running supplies, staffed by knowledgeable, helpful employees. For others A Snail's Pace is a place to learn to run better
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The USA Track and Field National Masters 8 km Championships come to the Brea 8K! Sunday, February 23, 2014, 7:30 am. USATF Southern California is proud to announce that the Brea 8K has been selected as the site of the 2014 USATF National Masters 8 km Championships. Some of the best masters runners in the United States will travel to this beautiful, challenging USATF certified and sanctioned
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National News and Features

Photo: Tsegaye Mekonnen and Meselech Melkamu with the elite race coordinator Christoph Kopp in Frankfurt (PHOTORUN) - None other than the great Haile Gebrselassie, the current Ethiopian record holder in the marathon, has encouraged Tsegaye Mekonnen to attack that same mark in the BMW Frankfurt Marathon on Sunday. It´s also thanks to Haile that Tsegaye has chosen Frankfurt for his latest marathon outing. The 19 year-old teenage sensation clocked a stunning though unofficial world junior best of 2:04:32 when he took the Dubai Marathon in January. Now he hopes to improve this mark and has also set his sights on...
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Petersen, Folts win Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon,  5th edition race welcomes 15,000 runners, debuts new course and 10K - DENVER (October 19, 2014) – As far as he knew, twenty-six-year-old Andy Wacker was fully prepared for this morning’s Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon & ½ Marathon. He was sure the race started at 8 a.m. and arrived an hour early to stretch. But as he made his way to the start line, he noticed other runners rushing by in a big hurry. Very quickly, panic set in.  He wasn’t an hour early. He was seriously late, arriving...
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Laban Korir came through in the last three kilometres to win the men's race at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon while Mulu Seboka won her third marathon of the year in the women's race Kenya’s Laban Korir, a training partner of Emmanuel Mutai and Eliud Kipchoge, came through late to win the men’s race at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, on Sunday (19). In cold conditions, Korir chased down the leaders in the final three kilometres and pushed on for victory in 2:08:15. “I was not expecting to win the race. I was targeting to be in...
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BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA -- The 2014 USATF National Club Cross Country Championships will take place in less than two months -- on December 13 -- over Lehigh University’s historic cross-country course in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Early hotel bookings indicate that the annual event will be bigger than ever. Last year more than 1,200 runners and 100 teams entered the Club Championships in Bend, Oregon. “We thought our easy-to-reach location, just four hours from Washington, D.C. and five-and-a-half hours from Boston, would prove attractive to many East Coast runners,” says race director Terry Delph. “It looks like that’s happening.
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