The 2018 Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon (January 26, 2018): the RunBlogRun Interview with Peter Connerton, Race Director of the Dubai MarathonWritten by Super User
RunBlogRun opines: The 2018 Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon will be held on January 26, 2018. The fields are always amazing, and the race continues to grow and thrive. Here are six questions that we asked Dubai's management team, Peter Connerton, Dubai Marathon's and their Media Director, Alan Ewens. We are excited to see the field and the race that the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon plans for 2018! Don't miss it!
Organisers of the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix have announced that world steeplechase champion Emma Coburn and world 1500m silver medallist Jenny Simpson are both set to return to the IAAF World Indoor Tour meeting in Boston on 10 February.
Carmel, CA -- The Big Sur Marathon Foundation has announced that HOKA ONE ONE® is the new Official Athletic Footwear Partner of the iconic Big Sur International Marathon. The two companies, both based in coastal California, inked a three-year deal in mid-December.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Team USATF will have a talent-laden roster January 13, 2018 as it returns to Scotland to take on the world at the 2018 Great Edinburgh XCountry Challenge at Holyrood Park. At last year's event, the U.S. took top honors for the second time in three years with 149 points, beating out Team Europe (152 points) and Team Great Britain (208 points) for the title.
The #RunForVentura fundraiser is a virtual run that’s both competitive and philanthropic - One of the largest wildfires in California history has been burning in Southern California for 12 days. The Thomas Fire, which started in Ventura on December 4, has become the fourth largest fire in the states history and torched more than 260,000 acres. Two fatalities, one firefighter and one evacuee casualty, are attributed to the blaze.
Kolkata, 17 December 2017 (for immediate use): Ethiopian running icon Kenenisa Bekele fell short of his target of running a 25km personal best at the Tata Steel Kolkata 25K but he still dominated the race in the Indian city after breaking away from his rivals just after 18 kilometres before coming home in 1:13:48.