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Congratulations to Kevin Downey of Melbourne (Australia) and Daryl Kapp of Missouri (United States of America)! They are the winners of the "Win a Stroller" contest. They have each won a fancy Dreamer Design jogging stroller. All they had to do was submit a running course description and they were entered to win. And they won! Just think how happy they will be when they get to run with their Dreamer Design jogging stroller. No kidding - running with that stroller makes you want to run, and it just glides you over the road. Great stroller. Lucky winners.
Other Run The Planet news is that there are two new funny cartoons on the Rtp Jokes webpage, new street crossing signs for Mexico and the United States of America have been added to our World Crossroads eclectic collection, and most importantly, what you have all been waiting for: the Run The Planet Worldwide shoe size conversion table has an additional Shoe width table and a new unit, the Mondopoint. Yes the Mondopoint, that allows you to buy a shoe by the measure of your foot, not by the size of the shoe.
The three most visited webpages of Run The Planet during the month of March were Running Quotes, The Running of the Bulls, and Travel tips & tricks. If you have ever run with the bulls, let us know about it. Let some of us live vicariously through you.
If you are not a bull runner then are you a racewalker? If you are, then lucky you, the All about racewalking brand new webpage on Run The Planet has three articles for you: how to Calculate your steps per minute, Cinco de Mayo featuring five indispensable training tips from Mexican Olympic racewalkers, and A brief history of racewalking in the United States.
Is it winter in your part of the world? Though you may be confined indoors these days, don't forget that you can continue your workout on a treadmill. In fact, read the latest article in the Walk The Planet webpage and find out The 20 best treadmill workouts.
Finally, does your housecleaner complain that you have too many running T-shirts? Well you are not alone, it is just part of being a runner. Read the new article Attack of the Killer T-Shirts in the T-shirt Trading Company webpage and you will find that you are not the only one who keeps shirts for memorable reasons. In fact, after reading the article you might start saving more shirts!
That's all folks! Thank you for being part of Run The Planet and enjoy your run!
RUN THE PLANET IN THE NEWS!
Run The Planet has been mentioned in the article "Keep Running on the Road" written by Kathleen Doheny, and published in the Healthy Traveler section on the March 31, 2004 edition of the "Los Angeles Times".
Spring is here! It may not be here everyday, but we know that the worst of the winter weather is over and it is time to start planning for our Spring, Summer and Fall race season.
Of course, I'll be in Nashville for the Country Music Marathon and Half Marathon later in the month, and at the Indy Mini Marathon in early May. Looking ahead, I'll be back in San Diego for the 8th running of the Suzuki Rock and Roll Marathon in June and then heading out on the Runner's Cruise later in the month.
The big news has been the success of the John Bingham Racing series of 5K's and Half Marathons. The Capital City Half Marathon and Commit to be Fit 5K in Columbus, Ohio was one of the largest inaugural events of its kind in the midwest. Nearly 4,000 people participated in the weekend celebration.
This August, the Chicago Distance Classic, the original John Bingham Racing event will be a full half marathon and a 5K run/walk. If you've never been to Chicago in the summer, you owe it to yourself to be a part of this fantastic Chicago tradition.
And... mark your calendars for March 12, 2005 for the Valley of Gold Half Marathon in Tucson, Arizona, the newest John Bingham Racing event.
Finally, for those of you who subscribe to "Runner's World" magazine... have no fear... I'm still there. The column is now called "No Need of Speed" and has been moved into the center, editorial section of the magazine. The column has been expanded from the old "Penguin Chronicles" and I'm looking forward to writing for "Runner's World" for years to come.
For more information on everything in this newsletter, go to www.johnbingham.com.
Waddle on, friends...
WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Mafinga (Tanzania)
By Michael Weston - Another option in Mafinga is to run east or West along the Morogoro/Mbeya highway. I have not had any problems with running on the shoulder, and the road is well paved and not busy. Run on the right side of the road to face oncoming traffic. Both directions have lots of hills, but the west has larger hills and eventually some large wetlands flanked by plantations of pine trees, but you will want to bring toilet paper and water, as the first "town" you come across is not for 20+ miles. To the east, however, there are always small shops that sell water, and lots of African style toilets, just remember to bring toilet paper. If you run far enough east (about 82 kilometers) you will reach Iringa, which is listed in most guide books. Also, if at any time you become exhausted you can always jump onto the small buses that pass every 5 minutes and will take you either to Iringa or back to Mafinga.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Adana (Turkey), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), Alton (Usa/Illinois), Beijing (China), Bothell (Usa/Washington), Brentwood (Usa/California), Bridgewater (Usa/New Jersey), Carnation (Usa/Washington), Chiavari (Italy), Chicago (Usa/Illinois), Clemson (Usa/South Carolina), Dayton (Usa/Ohio), Denver (Usa/Colorado), Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Everett (Usa/Washington), Lakeland (Usa/Florida), Leuven (Belgium), Los Angeles (Usa/California), Mafinga (Tanzania), Manarola (Italy), Mazatlán (Mexico), Melbourne (Australia), Munich (Germany), Neath (United Kingdom), Riverside (Usa/California), Santa Monica (Usa/California), Savannah (Usa/Georgia), Schaan (Liechtenstein), Sesto Calende (Italy), Squamish (Canada), Thimphu (Bhutan), Vancouver (Canada), Warren (Usa/Ohio), Youngstown (Usa/Ohio).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
Nations still missing to complete Run The Planet
(Africa) Algeria, Benin, Chad, Guinea, Western Sahara; (Central America) Antigua & Barbuda; (Asia) Syria. Besides these nations, other territories may be missing.
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
Sportspectrum - At Sportspectrum we have been "Running the South" since 1980. We are a running specialty store that puts on various races throughout the year in the Shreveport/Bossier City area of Louisiana.
Red River Road Runners - Road running and racing in the Shreveport/Bossier City area in Lousiana. The Red River Road Runners, Inc. has as its primary purpose the promotion and encouragement of long distance running. To this end, the organization shall endeavor to promote and support all aspects of long distance running, physical fitness and related activities throughout the area. More importantly, it shall encourage men and women of all ages to participate in these activities. The Red River Road Runners, Inc. is a non-profit tax exempt organization and is a member of the Road Runner Clubs of America. Membership is open to all individuals desiring membership and whose acts and intentions are to further the basic purpose of the organization.
Www.atletieklinks.be - More than 880 links of athletics.
MyRunCoach - Customized training from a certified coach.
Thisspot.com: Central Pennsylvania's running resource - Central Pennsylvania's running resource, local race calendar, running articles, training tips, running club.
Maratona internazionale Ravenna città d'arte - The official website of the Italian marathon held in Ravenna organized by the running club Gli Scariolanti.
Running in Moscow - A runners' travel guide brought to you by Run The Planet.
America's most walkable cities - A runners' travel guide brought to you by Run The Planet.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Williamsburg (Usa/Virginia) Annual Queen's Lake 5K Run; Santiago (Chile) Santiago International Marathon; Boston (Usa/Massachusetts) Annual Aids Run on the Charles River; Dicomano (Italy) Coppa Fiera di Maggio; Firenze (Italy) Trofeo Sergio Ariani; Firenze (Italy) Trofeo Le Torri; Firenze (Italy) Trofeo martiri Nuovo Pignone; Raleigh (Usa/North Carolina) Autism Ribbon Run; Poggibonsi (Italy) Trofeo Bellavista; Origgio (Italy) Quatar pass par i alter; Montelupo Fiorentino (Italy) Dodici ore podistiche individuali Città della ceramica; Campbell (Usa/Ohio) Annual Healthy Christian 5K Walk/Run Race; Panzano in Chianti (Italy) Ettuschianti; Appleton (Usa/Wisconsin) Community First Fox Cities Marathon; Lahaina (Usa/Hawaii) Maui Surf and Sand Half Marathon; Langley (Usa/Washington) Whidbey Island Triathlon "Race the Rock"; Mountain View (Usa/California) Race for Literacy; Reidsville (Usa/North Carolina) Take Pride in Your Hide 5K Cross-Country Run & Walk; Mississauga (Canada) Mississauga Marathon; Akron (Usa/Ohio) Road Runner Akron Marathon; Castiglion Fiorentino (Italy) Corri al Boscatello; Sydney (Australia) Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney; Tórshavn (Faroe Islands) Atlantic Airways Torshavn Marathon; Punta Arenas (Chile) Patagonia Running Adventure; Cusco (Peru) Inca Trail Marathon to Machu Picchu; Cusco (Peru) Peruvian Andes Running Adventure; Cusco (Peru) Chasqui Challenge 100 Mile Adventure Run; Motta di Livenza (Italy) Corsa podistica Città di Motta; Mogliano Veneto (Italy) Corsa del bruscandolo; Rochester (Usa/Minnesota) Holiday Inn Half Marathon & 5K; Collierville (Usa/Tennessee) Ryan's Hope 5K Run/Walk; Manaus (Brazil) Jungletrekker 220; San Antonio (Usa/Texas) Jon's Run/Stroll; Peniche (Portugal) Corrida das Fogueiras; San Piero a Ponti (Italy) Trofeo Misericordia e gruppo Fratres; Vado Ligure (Italy) Maratonina Città di Vado Ligure; Williamstown (Usa/Massachusetts) The Humane Race and Dog Jog 5K; The Hague (Netherlands) Fortis City-Pier-City Run; Massa e Cozzile (Italy) Trofeo liberi dal glutine; Bordano (Italy) Marcia sulle ali delle farfalle; Portland (Usa/Maine) The Maine Marathon & Maine Half Marathon; Yamhill (Usa/Oregon) Rumble at the Ranch Trail Run; Yamhill (Usa/Oregon) Super X Trail Run; Yamhill (Usa/Oregon) The Super X Duathlon; Astoria (Usa/Oregon) Ole's Astoria Assault; Hood River (Usa/Oregon) Mountain Man Off Road Triathlon; Mount Hood (Usa/Oregon) Mt. Hood Scramble; Mount Hood (Usa/Oregon) McCubbin's Gulch Scramble; The Dalles (Usa/Oregon) GorgeFest Adventure Relay; Hood River (Usa/Oregon) The GorgeMan 1/2 Iron Triathlon; Forest Grove (Usa/Oregon) The Dirty Du; Harlow (United Kingdom) Harlow 10; Costozza (Italy) Corsa di San Tommaso; Barcelona (Spain) Barcelona Marathon; Buggiano (Italy) Trofeo Dormisacco; San Martino in Strada (Italy) Camminata sulle colline forlivesi; Woodstock (United Kingdom) Woodstock 12; Cannara (Italy) Medaglia d'Oro P. Nalli; Strettoia (Italy) Trofeo Pilade Cinquini; Lucrezia di Cartoceto (Italy) CorriLucrezia; Marlia (Italy) Marcia delle Ville; Hood River (Usa/Oregon) Columbia River Gorge Half Marathon; Hood River (Usa/Oregon) Columbia River Gorge Marathon; Hood River (Usa/Oregon) Mountain Man Trail Half-Marathon; Hood River (Usa/Oregon) Mountain Man Trail 5K; Marina di Grosseto (Italy) Maremmata; Castel Bolognese (Italy) 50km di Romagna; Bastia Umbra (Italy) Cross country Città di Bastia; Trenzano (Italy) Trenzalonga; Mahomet (Usa/Illinois) The Annual Mahomet Run, Walk or Ride; Negril (Jamaica) Reggae Marathon & Half Marathon Event; Miami (Usa/Florida) Toyota Prius Miami Tropical Marathon; Udine (Italy) Maratonina Città di Udine; Nice (France) International Half-Marathon of Nice; Wellington (United Kingdom) SeeAbility Wellington 10; Mount Hood (Usa/Oregon) Frog Lake 5-Mile Snowshoe; Mount Hood (Usa/Oregon) White River Snowshoe 8K and 2-Mile; Mount Hood (Usa/Oregon) Iron Creek Winter Duathlon & Snowshoe; Everett (Usa/Washington) River run series; Pistoia (Italy) Scarpinata podistica; Hilo (Usa/Hawaii) Annual Big Island International Marathon; Le Querci (Italy) Trofeo Le Querci a piedi; North Attleboro (Usa/Massachusetts) Runaways RTM 5 Miler; Seattle (Usa/Washington) Seattle Animal Shelter's 5th Annual Furry 5K Fun Run & Walk; Copenhagen (Denmark) Christianshavnermilen; Casalecchio di Reno (Italy) Dall'Eremo ai Gessi; Reading (Usa/Pennsylvania) Gring's Mill Run; Boulder (Usa/Colorado) Celestial Seasonings Bolder Boulder 10k; Firenze (Italy) I ponti fiorentini.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• CANADA / A video-cd for all finishers of Vancouver Marathon
Marathon Video is pleased to announce that for the four consecutive year with the help of the Vancouver Marathon Society we will be providing a race day video-cd to all finishers in the upcoming 2004 "Adidas Vancouver International Marathon"... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• VIRGINIA (USA) / Arlington Marathon wins approval
Arlington's Special Events Work Group approved Arlington Co. Running Club's proposal for the "Arlington Marathon" to be held Sunday, May 2. The course shows off Arlington's unique perimeter parkway. "It is an urban village marathon", said event director Jay Jacob Wind... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• NEPAL / A new marathon to benefit Mount Everest projects
The "Tenzing-Hillary Everest Marathon" is a new event that will be a benefit to work on local projects near Mount Everest and to build a monument to Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Sir Edmund Hillary's summit partner on Mount Everest in 1953... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• TURKEY / Inaugural Tarsus half marathon in April
The inaugural edition of the "International Tarsus Half Marathon" will be held on April 11th, in Tarsus. Elite Turkish and foreign athletes will be participating in this top class half marathon... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• WISCONSIN (USA) / Easter Bunny to appear to runners
Easter bunnies can run too! The Easter Bunny will be at the "Bunny Hop 5k Run or Walk", which will take place Saturday April 10 at Athletica Fitness in Menasha... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• MALTA / Malta Marathon and half marathon results
These are the results of the "Malta Marathon" held on Sunday February 29: (men) 1. Abdel Kebir Marchanne (Morocco) 2:22.29, 2. Serbessa Mulugetta (Czech Republic) 2:22.42, 3. Jiri Wallenfels (Czech Republic) 2:36.12... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• KENYA / Athletics Kenya Weekend Meeting in Kakamega
On a hot and humid March 27th in Kakamega, the second Athletics Kenya Weekend Meeting had AK Weekend Cross Country two-time winner Nelson Kiplagat the favorite over 10,000m. But on a bumpy and dusty track Francis Koech... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• MAINE (USA) / Paul Newman donates for trail runners
Actor Paul Newman donated $10,000 to help build an 18-mile trail system for runners, bicyclists, walkers and skiers in central Maine. Peter Garrett, president of Kennebec Messalonskee Trails Inc., said he wrote a letter to Newman in November explaining that... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• MISSOURI (USA) / Running Studies Conference
Think you might have something on the written word worth presenting to the distance running community? Then why not consider the July 8-9 Running Studies Conference in conjunction with running the "Utica Boilermaker 15K", attending the Distance Running Hall of Fame induction ceremony... read more online in the April 2004 issue
• Getting ready for the Olympics
Eurosport is featuring a weekly show called "Mission to Athens". Eurosport is the Europe's leading sport channel reaching over 98 million homes and 220 million viewers across 54 countries. In the programme "Mission to Athens" viewers will follow eight athletes as they prepare to achieve their goal of competing in the Athens' Olympic Games... read more online in the April 2004 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:
•Am I traveling back in time when I run? - A physics professor once told me that Einstein's theory of special relativity proved that traveling back in time is possible, and occurs when a person is in motion. If this is true, am I actually traveling back in time when I run? Would that make my running shoes a primitive sort of time machine? - Running out of Space-Time
•Am I penalized for being left-footed? - It seems to me that during my last road race the runners who beat me to the finish all pushed off on their right foot. I'm left-footed and feel that I'm being penalized! Does the International Federation recognize right- and left-handed divisions for athletes as they do age, gender and weight groups? Do any of the major race organizations have policies to ensure equality between right- and left-handed runners? - Lefty the Southpaw
•Why is it that I run faster on my treadmill than I do when I run outside? - Why is it that I run faster on my treadmill than I do when I run outside? I thought this was due to the flat and even surface of the treadmill track, but my treadmill has features which change the tension, speed and incline of the track. I run much slower at the local high school track than I do on my treadmill. Why is this? - Running in Circles
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
An epidemic of childhood obesity is in the news almost daily. Parents who want to become more involved in their children's health now have help: "Happy feet, healthy food". It is informative, easy to use, geared specifically to children, and just good plain fun. It is a simple daily journal that can heighten awareness of what kids eat and how much they exercise, while gently suggesting different activities they could try. "Happy feet, healthy food" is your child's first journal of exercise and healthy eating, a combination of logbook (to record exercise and diet) and a sourcebook for games, activities and eating tips. Each week features bright color illustrations, lists of games and activities to try, advice on good foods, suggestions for packing snacks and lunches, and a log page to write about the activities of each day and the foods eaten. The goal is to promote understanding of the benefits of exercise and healthy eating, to improve the child's reading and writing skills, and to foster dialogue with parents. Perfect for use in schools or at home, it celebrates the joyful, supportive relationship that parents and kids can have through sports. It points the way forward in life for happy, healthy, active kids. The author, Carol Goodrow, is the founding editor of Kidsrunning.com, a "Runner's World" site, which has won numerous awards for its creative and informative content. She is also an award-winning elementary school teacher in Tolland (Usa/Connecticut). - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
Elite road racing. The finest competitors peaking to win the bid for the United States Men's Olympic Marathon Team. This film by Ambrose Salmini features the 1984 race that starts over the Peace Bridge in Northern New York and is primarily raced on Canadian soil. Tony Reavis provides some of the race commentary for this production as you see the pack roll along conservatively at the beginning. Brief outtakes from other previous performances are shown such as Greg Meyer winning Boston in 1983 (the last American to do so), Bill Rodgers winning the 1979 Boston marathon (his third of his four Boston victories), and Alberto Salazar winning the New York City marathon in 2:09:41 in 1980 (first of three consecutive wins in New York). Race action shows the athletes break and you have to watch to see who sits back and waits and who attempts to real in those who make their move. Many interviews with the favored athletes blend well with the running action and over the last 300 meters individual pride is shown during the sprint for the finish line. Over a dozen runners are shown at the finish as they cross the line and confront their own expectations on this special day. Some quotes about racing strategy from the participants "I'll have to wait and see how the race evolves and I don't want to be the front runner and pace setter early in the race. I'd like to have some of the other runners do the work early and then hopefully later on, 20/22 miles, then as the pack has thinned out, at that point then make some kind of a move for one of the three spots on the team." (Ron Tabb); "I see it as a war to the finish. In my mind I'm geared towards running the full course as hard as I possibly can." (Greg Meyer); "I made a decision before I even started this race that this is the race where I was going to be aggressive." (Dave Gordon); "I don't really want to go out with the very fast people. I want to be behind them a ways, try to keep them in sight, and be able to watch them. I think that's the best way to run a marathon anyway." (Bill Rodgers); "I trained in New Zealand all winter and they have this concept of being right on the day. It doesn't matter how you do three weeks before or three week after it's that day of the competition and I just sorta let momentum of moving from the second pack to the first pack carry me..." (Pete Pfitzinger); "You either make the top three and you go on to the Olympics or you don't make it and its much more important then any other one race. And so there's a lot of stress and tension, and a lot of these guys, I think it's tough, they're not used to it. I've been in that situation so many time. All those races where you are sick to your stomach, the fear, and the tension, and stress that its all today; there is no tomorrow." (Alberto Salazar). The Los Angeles Olympic Marathon was competed on August 12, 1984, a hot day with the following results: 37 year old Carlos Lopes, representing Portugal, wins the gold medal by running 2:09:21. John Treacy, Ireland, second in 2:09:56 and Charles Spedding of Great Britain ran 2:09:58 for the bronze. Peter Pfitzinger ran 2:13:53 for eleventh (he finished in fourteenth in the 1988 games in Seoul). Alberto Salazar placed fifteenth in 2:14:19. John Tuttle ended his race after 30K in these games, one of 30 athletes to not finish.
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0037 New running course descriptions this month 2438 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3229 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0222 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0089 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1525 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0008 New links on "Running links" this month 1915 Links on "Running links"From where are runners visiting Run The Planet? The following 156 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): American Samoa, Andorra, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, 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, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldavia, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Polynesia, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, 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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