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WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING GOOD TO READ
The content added to Run The Planet last month offer a little bit of information for everyone.
If you are interested in the "What if..." you can predict your 100K time. Read the Predict your 100k time article on the Rtp Stats section and find out just how fast you could complete one hundred kilometers. Running such a long ultramarathon is not for everyone, but if it calculated a speedy time for you, you could just tell people how fast you would go, and... that you really don't feel like running it right now.
The most recent addition to Tell the Planet section is quite an inspiration. Meet Darius Kenyatta Ellis, a man who has run 10 marathons in 12 months. Read about his adventures in Lessons at the feet of a runner of marathons and how he has changed the perspective of a special person in his life.
Other new information on Run The Planet can help you run more comfortably. In Dr. Planet we feature Fueling for cold weather running with tips on how to enjoy the cold season and answers to common questions or concerns about winter and nutrition. If you are a woman you should don't miss the article Sports bra: why wear one? in the Run Her Planet section. See if yours is the right one and find out if you know just how important the correct bra is.
If you have extra time we also suggest you to read immediately the article in the Running through History section, titled The history of the Hour run. No time now? Save it for later, but read it. Definitely worth it. Like with most of history, the article writes of money and wagering, so it was no dull event.
This month we are inspired to talk about Loco shoes, because it is a company that seems so familiar that it could be Run The Planet's long lost running partner. We are so similar in our idea and purpose of bringing things to runners by runners that it just makes us happy that finally there is a shoe company like Loco shoes. We would like to think that Loco shoes and Run The Planet are similar because we offer basic, high quality, long lasting products to runners. Just runners. Walkers and backwards runners included, but no other sports, because by focusing on just runners we, and Loco shoes, can offer a great product. Plus, the Loco shoe is a running shoe that you can count on. The fact that Loco shoe models do not change every year, but will stay in production for five years, shows that the company knows what is important to runners. Nothing is more frustrating than finally finding your perfect running shoe and then when it comes time to get a new pair you find out it is out of style. This is the type of dedication that makes Loco unique to runners. Focus on the runner and do it well. Loco shoes, for runners by runners.Run The Planet, for runners by runners. Loco shoes is our kind of running shoe.
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RUN THE PLANET IN THE NEWS!
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Tripoli (Libya)
By Arnaldo Guidotti - Five kilometers in the centre of Tripoli in a wood park of acacia and eucalyptus trees of 4 square kilometers next to the zoo. The running track is a beaten path which starts from a sport centre and cross the wood for all the run. Almost 800 meters run along a wadi (dry river) twenty meters wide which separates the wood from a side of the zoo so the runner enjoys the free sight of desert animals and a giant aviary with rare african birds which crosses the wadi and reaches the running track. Another 300 meters of the track cross a pasture with a herd of camels (camels in Libya are not in the zoos). The smell of trees in mid seasons and their shadows give a fresh breath and mitigates the heat during hot hours. One crosses rare runners and walkers covered with heavy track-suits even in summer. No water and no signals available along the track but also no stray dogs which are frequent in these regions. Not good for disabled athletes but worthwhile a run.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Albuquerque (Usa/New Mexico), Ardsley (Usa/New York), Birmingham (United Kingdom), Brandon (United Kingdom), Brasília (Brazil), Campinas (Brazil), Casey Key (Usa/Florida), Columbia (Usa/Missouri), Dobbs Ferry (Usa/New York), Elizabeth (Usa/New Jersey), Friday Harbor (Usa/Washington), Hastings on Hudson (Usa/New York), Hatboro (Usa/Pennsylvania), Lakewood (Usa/Washington), Las Vegas (Usa/Nevada), Lexington (Usa/South Carolina), Mesa (Usa/Arizona), Metallino (Italy), Modena (Italy), Montevideo (Uruguay), Principina a mare (Italy), Recife (Brazil), Roselle (Usa/New Jersey), Saint Louis (Usa/Missouri), San Maurizio al Lambro (Italy), Sedona (Usa/Arizona), Shelton (Usa/Connecticut), Siesta Key (Usa/Florida), Stafford (United Kingdom), Thetford (United Kingdom), Tripoli (Libya), Virginia Beach (Usa/Virginia), Winchester (Usa/Massachusetts).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
Midwest Sports Events - Usa. A non-profit organization that creates endurance events throughout numerous communities in the Midwest. It has a strong educational component to teach the public how to be fit and healthy including all skill levels, ages, and abilities with the emphasis on participating in sporting events throughout the year. It is a non-profit organization with a board of directors comprised of runners and fitness enthusiasts from Northeastern Wisconsin communities.
Westchester Trails - This is a site with maps and descriptions of running trails in Westchester County (Usa/New York), which is the County just north of New York City. It includes descriptions and links for local clubs and races.
Airport Gyms - The most comprehensive and fastest growing community on the Internet for the free listing of airport gyms, airport exercise clubs, and airport fitness centers available in and around select popular airports. With the vast amount of airport based travel engaged in by active, exercise conscious travelers, and the long delays, long layovers, and early arrival times that arise when traveling (along with the current need to be at the airport hours early) - airport gyms, airport workout centers, and airport exercise based clubs are popping up more and more on, around, and in popular airport terminals.
2000run.com: The Year Long Fitness Challenge - Great motivation for year round fitness. Runners from all over the world choose a goal: 500 miles, 1000 miles, the year in miles or kilometers (for example: 2000 miles or kilometers for the year 2000), or 2500 miles to reach by December 31, of each year. Participants who reach their goal by December 31, may receive a medallion identifying the completion of the miles they achieved. The website has an online calendar for logging miles and for motivation and encouragement. The calendar allows you to access past years for comparison and also gives you your total miles run over all years participating; plus it tells you how many miles left in your goal. Choose a partner from across the globe and encourage each other.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Beirut (Lebanon) Beirut International Marathon; Juneau (Usa/Alaska) Frank Maier Marathon & Douglas Island Half Marathon; Sarzana (Italy) Trofeo Avis Sarzana; Gualtieri (Italy) 10000 della Pasquetta; Chirignago (Italy) Cross di Chirignago; Morgnano (Italy) Morgnano-Spoleto-Morgnano; Granarolo dell'Emilia (Italy) Camminata di Viadagola, Trofeo Mellito; Castel Bolognese (Italy) 50 km di Romagna; Empoli (Italy) Trofeo città di Empoli; Tassullo (Italy) Quattrovilleinfiore; Colorado Springs (Usa/Colorado) Annual Alex Hoag Run for Sunshine; Abilene (Usa/Kansas) Eisenhower Marathon; Montemurlo (Italy) Giro di Javello; Scandicci (Italy) Mezza Maratona Città di Scandicci; Zoagli (Italy) Marcia dei cinque campanili; Green Bay (Usa/Wisconsin) Cellcom Green Bay Marathon; Reggiolo (Italy) Reggiolo Half Marathon; Colorado Springs (Usa/Colorado) American Discovery Trail Marathon; Omaha (Usa/Nebraska) Omaha Marathon; Mopti (Mali) Raid Dogon; Williamsburg (Usa/Virginia) Queen's Lake 5K Run for Children; Prato (Italy) Scarpinata per le colline pratesi; Anzing (Germany) Forstlauf der LG Sempt; Vittuone (Italy) La mezza del castello; Firenze (Italy) Firenze Marathon; Union (Usa/Missouri) Chamber of Commerce 10K Run, 5K Walk, 10K Business Relay; Portland (Usa/Oregon) Willamette Valley Relay; Vado Ligure (Italy) Maratonina Città di Vado Ligure; Castiglione del Lago (Italy) Campionato Italiano Farmacisti Podisti; Chesterton (Usa/Indiana) Bride of Zoy; Estes Park (Usa/Colorado) Estes Park Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K/5K; Origgio (Italy) Quatar pass par i alter; Aulla (Italy) Ciamptada aullese; Nags Head (Usa/North Carolina) The Yuengling Nags Head Woods 5K & The Village Realty 1 Mile Family Fun Run; Benton (Usa/Arkansas) Arkansas Runner 2 Mile Race; Benton (Usa/Arkansas) Arkansas Marathon & 20K; Groton (Usa/Massachusetts) Groton Road Race; Ylitornio (Finland) Aavasaksan Aurinkomaraton; Brighton (Usa/Michigan) No Frills All Thrills Trail Run; Coulee Dam (Usa/Washington) The Over the Dam Run; Philadelphia (Usa/Pennsylvania) Blue Cross Broad Street Run; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Annual West End Tavern Chili Bowl Classic; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Annual St. Malachi Day Run; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Hermes Cleveland 10 Miler, Fleet Feet 5K, & Cleveland Kids Race; Rutland (Usa/Massachusetts) Annual Rutland Rec Ramble; Fort Worth (Usa/Texas) Fort Worth Zoo Run Run; Montreal (Canada) Standard Life Marathon.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• INDIA / Julius Sugut wins in Mumbai
Julius Sugut of Kenya took the men's title, as marathon runners from 25 nations lived up to the "Spirit of Mumbai" slogan in the second "Standard Chartered Mumbai International Marathon" held on... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• RUSSIA / Winter Meeting in the Vladimir Kuts arena
On January 23 in Moscow, the Russian Winter Meeting held an exciting men's 3000m in the Vladimir Kuts indoor arena. Although middle-distance star... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• CANADA / State-of-the-art interactive course map
Organizers of the National Capital Race Weekend today launched the most sophisticated interactive course map ever designed, allowing runners to prepare race-day strategies with... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• TANZANIA / Dickson Marwa wins the Babati Half Marathon
On January 2 the Babati Half Marathon had Dickson Marwa first in 62:52, with Faustin Baha second in... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• CANADA / The world's coldest and toughest ultramarathon
From February 14 to 22, 2005 the "Yukon Arctic Ultra" will take place for the third time. The start of the world's coldest and toughest ultra... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• CYPRUS / A race in the birthplace of Aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty
The "Ultra Sports Pafos Marathon" is an event that has grown bigger and better over the years (500 participants in the 2004 race) and it is now recognized as... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• NEW YORK (USA) / Fred Lebow biography now available
A biography on "New York City Marathon" founder Fred Lebow is now on sale to the general public. "Anything for a T-Shirt: Fred Lebow and... read more online in the February 2005 issue
• KENTUCKY (USA) / Articles on running and philosophy wanted
Michael W. Austin is currently in discussion with Open Court Press, the publisher of "The Simpsons and Philosophy", "The Matrix and Philosophy", and "The Lord of the Rings and Philosophy", regarding the inclusion of a collection of philosophical essays entitled... read more online in the February 2005 issue
RUN THE PLANET MAIL
While you were running did you ever have a question? Did you ever have an opinion about something and ask yourself "Is it just me?"? Did you ever come up with a great idea and wonder if you could just tell everyone the world would be a better place? Did you ever have a revelation and want to share it with others? Well now is your chance to address any one of these question, and basically anything else you come up with while you are running. To hear an opinion, or run an idea past someone. Visit the "Rtp Mail" webpage to receive an answer to your running related questions or to read an opinion about your running thoughts. Here are the last three question asked:
•Why do we need to replace our shoes so often? - Even with all the new technology and research in running shoes, why do the experts still recommend that we replace our shoes every five hundred miles? It seems to me that as the price of shoes increase, their life span should increase as well - Everlasting Shoes
•Is there a rubbing cream designed to relieve foot pain? - This has been bugging me for awhile since I am a long-time runner as well as a waitress. What nice pain-relieving rubbing cream is specifically designed to relieve foot pain? I just want to rub it in the night before and wake up, get out of bed, step on my feet, and not feel any pain. Any suggestions? - Victoria Drake
•Can you recommend music to listen while training? - I received one of those new-fangled digital audio players as a gift, over the holidays, and have been listening to some of my favorite songs while running each day. I have noticed that some songs seem to empower me to run faster. Can you recommend a short list of inspirational running music that would be good to listen to while I am training for my marathon? - Musically Endeared
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
This practical German book provides the reader with twenty short hikes around and about Aachen, in the Dreiländereck region. No matter if they lead to the Augustinerweg or to the Cyclops Rocks or to our neighbors in Belgium and the Netherlands, each trail can be easily accessed from the city center of Aachen. Each hike description includes helpful information, anecdotes, historical information and stories, accompanied by the pen sketches created by the author's hand. Each trail is described in detail using street names and descriptions, featuring complete information about location and distance. Each hiking suggestion also contains a simple hiking map. The author Heinz Dräger, born in 1920, is a true Berliner from wedding. He came to Aachen in 1945, learned to love the old imperial town and became Aachener by heart. As a nature lover, he explored the wonderful, green surroundings of the city. He was drawn to the nearby Northern Eifel down to the Southern part, and he also explored a great part of the Belgian Hohen Venns up to the foothills up the Ardennes on foot. He also hiked to the Limburger heathland in the Netherlands, as well as the extensive Heinsberg region up to the Natupark Schwalm-Nette. - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
This 52 minute presentation is packed full of marathon history, starting with the myth of the original running from the ancient Greek battle that inspired the race to the modern day Olympic competitions. The first ten minutes covers several topics from the story of Pheidippides, traditions of the "Boston Marathon", Olympic contests (1952 and 1960), and the toll the human body endures to complete the demanding distance. The next eleven minutes pursues the original stories of the Greek messengers and how the historian Herodotus preserved the stories in writing. There is still debate on what legends tell us and what likely occurred. At 23 minutes the modern day Olympiad is presented with six featured races (1896, 1900, 1904, 1908, 1948, and 1968). The following six minutes outlines women’s role in this race, from individuals such as Kathrine Switzer to events like the "Avon marathon", International and European Championships, and the inaugural running in Los Angeles in the 1984 Olympic games. Just a few minutes are used to report the "running boom" in the United States during the 1970’s with a focus on the "New York City Marathon". The last ten minutes is a collection of aspects to the race from wheelchair competitors, the "Spartathlon" ultra event, and commentary from race directors, doctors, and historians. Here is a alphabetized listing of the runners shown in this production, a literal "who’s who" of marathon accomplishment: (male athletes) Abebe Bikila, Felix Carvajal, Ron Dixon, Etienne Gailly, Tom Hicks, Ibrahim Hussein, John Kelly, Yiannis Kouros, Spiridon Louis, Alain Mimoun, Jim Peters, Peter Pfitzinger, Dorando Pietri, Alberto Salazar, Frank Shorter, John Stephen, Michel Theato, John Treacy, Mamo Wolde, Emil Zátopek; (female athletes) Gabrielle Andersen, Joan Benoit, Ingrid Kristiansen, Rosa Mota, Wanda Panfil, Joyce Smith, Kathrine Switzer, Grete Waitz. A few quotes: "The marathon. It’s the ultimate athletic event which embodies every challenge. It’s a race against other runners, against time, against oneself. It’s a race that pushes people past their limits. It’s a symbol of human achievement. Every runner who runs this race is a hero." (narrator Stig Eldred); "It’s painful to train. It’s even more painful to run the marathon and get to the 20 miles or eighteen miles and something happens to you and you fight through it. You get through it. You drink more water, you slow down, you cry, you fight. And you finish. It is a great great feeling of finishing." (Fred Lebow, "New York City Marathon" race director); "The marathon, when you run one, gives you a sense of significance that no other event does. I think that there is three reasons, one because of the intrinsic difficulty of distance. Two, because you are doing it in a special place - it’s from someplace to somewhere, or you go right round and there is a sense of conquering of a particular place. And then three and most important is the sense of history. When you run a marathon you are running in the footsteps of Abebe Bikila, Joan Benoit, and Dorando Pietri, and Phidippeides. And certainly marathon runners love to feel that they in some way added their own tiny bit to the myth." (Roger Robinson, professor and historian); "A marathon race is something begun and finished. It’s a completion. It’s a mental completion and a physical completion. It’s something that stays ingrained in your soul and memory and even in your body forever, and that’s the beauty of it. You can look back at it and it’s a day, a part of your life that has a certain eternity to it." (Dr. Norbert Sander, sports specialist). What makes this tape noteworthy is the sense that all who run the marathon contribute in some unique way to the history of the event. This film really put together research, archival footage, and narration to make it one that you would not want to miss if you have the opportunity to see it.
Visit the "Rtp Museum" webpage with its Worldwide Gallery and World Art Tour to see more running, hiking, walking, or feet related masterpieces and where to run while visiting the city hosting the art piece
Van Gogh painted "A pair of shoes" (oil on canvas; dimensions 37,5 x 45,5 centimeters) in 1886.
Van Gogh was born on March 30, 1853 in Groot Zundert, in the district of North Brabant (Netherlands). His father Theodorus van Gogh, a Protestant minister, wanted him to be a clergyman but he did not follow his father's footsteps. Instead, in 1869 he started working in a company of art dealers, first in The Hague and then in London and Paris. After leaving that job, teaching at schools in Rasmgate and Isleworth (England), working in a bookshop in Dordrecht (Netherlands) and becoming a missionary in Wasmes (Belgium), he ended up living in the small village of Cuesmes where one day, compelled to go and visit the French painter Jules Breton whom he greatly admired, he walked seventy kilometers to the French city of Courrières. Vincent ended up returning home with out meeting the artist. In 1880 he finally decided to dedicate his life to art and went to Brussels to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Art. In 1886 he moved back to Paris, incorporating in his own unique style with some of the techniques of the Impressionists. On February 20, 1888 he moved south to Arles, in Provence and later on he invited artist Paul Gauguin to join him. Gauguin arrived in Arles in October but by December the relationship between the two artists had already deteriorated, as did Vincent's mental health (on December 23 van Gogh mutilated his left ear). Later on Vincent van Gogh voluntarily choose to be confined in the Saint-Paul-de-Mausole asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, where he realized his best-known work "Starry Night". On May 16, 1890 his brother Theo transferred him to Paris and then to the more-quiet destination of Auvers-sur-Oise, where Vincent van Gogh, in an attack of depression, killed himself on July 27, 1890.
PENGUIN INSPIRATION OF THE MONTH
Visit JohnBingham.com for more running pearls of wisdom from John "the Penguin" Bingham. Through his popular monthly column in Runner's World magazine, his breakthrough first book "The Courage to Start: A Guide to Running for Your Life" and his best selling "No Need for Speed: A Beginner's Guide to the Joy of Running" the Penguin has inspired hundreds of thousands of men and women to run for fun, fitness, and self-affirmation.
The Day of your Life - Can you believe it? Race morning is just around the corner. I don't know about you, but I'm excited. Make sure to make race day your day. If you have trained with a program or with friends, it is easy to start thinking and planning about how much fun it will be to run together. But, that's not the best plan. You have earned the right to enjoy your race. Don't be tempted to give up your day for anyone else. That may sound selfish, and maybe it is, but every athlete knows that you have to allow yourself the joy of your own success.
RUN THE PLANET SATELLITES
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0035 New running course descriptions this month 2771 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3595 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0235 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0047 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1754 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0004 New links on "Running links" this month 2156 Links on "Running links"• Are you a Planeteer? - Runners are visiting Run The Planet from the following 165 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): Albania, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Cocos (Keeling Islands), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, former U.S.S.R., Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City state, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
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