Subscribe Today

True Sports Performance Brand Supports Premier Running Club And Its Community of Elite Runners - IRVINE, CA, February28, 2014 – This year, ASICS America builds onto its core running values and rich history by joining forces with the Mammoth Track Club, one of the country’s most respected running clubs.  The club has hosted some of America’s top distance runners, boasting 12 Olympians, 12 World Cross Country medals, 23 national records, 64 national championships, and two Olympic medals. The partnership between Mammoth and ASICS marks a historic time in the history of running, joining together two of the largest and most successful brands in the running community.

First major sponsor of BBTM campaign to elevate, celebrate iconic distance - SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – (February 27, 2014) – Bring Back the Mile, the national campaign to elevate and celebrate the iconic distance, has announced HOKA ONE ONE as a BBTM sponsor. HOKA ONE ONE, with its revolutionary shoe design, is expanding beyond the ultra and trail running market.

Thursday, 27 February 2014 16:48


Written by

This coming Sunday March 2, 2014


Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon  (36th Annual)

A sold out field of 2,700 marathoners will run 26.2 miles on the beautiful Silverado Trail from Calistoga to Napa, California

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 18:32

Bernard Lagat to Race 2014 Carlsbad 5000

Written by

Four-time Olympian headlines elite field at ‘World’s Fastest 5K’ on Sunday, March 30 - CARLSBAD, Calif. – If you’re looking for a record-breaking performance, then Bernard Lagat is your man and the Carlsbad 5000 is your race.

Thursday, 20 February 2014 22:17


Written by

36th Annual Race Celebrates Rich History of Northern California Marathons - NAPA, Calif. — February 20, 2014 —  Two former champions are hoping to overcome recent challenges and, perhaps, repeat history at the 36th Annual Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon on Sunday, March 2, 2014 the venerable race announced today as it unveiled this year’s elite fields. A solid contingent of invited runners heads the sold-out crowd of 2,700 marathon participants who will descend upon the scenic Napa Valley wine country and navigate the marathon’s renowned point-to-point 26.2-mile course. The male and female winners will earn coveted first place prizes: their weight in fine Napa Valley wine.