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The 100th issue of the "Run The Planet Newsletter" is approaching fast. We are already working on the June issue that will celebrate this achievement. In the meantime, let us toast one month in advance to welcome runners visiting our website from Angola, Benin and Honduras. No runner in the past eight years has ever connected from these exotic nations in Africa and Central America, and it makes us proud to see that Run The Planet is the portal for a truly worldwide running community. The largest on the Internet, that is.
But as if that was not enough, the British Indian Ocean Territory opened up this month with course descriptions. It is another step, one of the few left, to complete a virtual running map of the whole world, a dream that we have been pursuing since we first launched Run The Planet in 1996. We are still searching for information on Algeria, Benin, Chad, Guinea, Western Sahara, Antigua & Barbuda, and Syria to give you the ultimate on-line information database on where to run in every single nation of the world. And at the same time we are also searching for contacts in far away islands, to include these small remote locations to the ones already available to every runner.
Talking about small remote locations, the British Indian Ocean Territory added this month comes with a great interview of Krishna Jackson, posted in our Planeteer Spotlight webpage. "The island isn't very big, only about 36 miles from one tip of its unique horseshoe shape to the other" says Krishna. "We only use about a third of it anyway, the rest is protected wildlife habitat. There's a paved running path that's marked every quarter mile for several miles and there are lots of trails but you run the risk of tripping over coconuts or coconut crabs the size of footballs". Who wouldn't want to run in such a paradise?
Other additions to the website, this month include a brand new webpage titled "Run The Poster" offering you a wide collection of posters for... when you hit the wall; new cartoons in our "Rtp Jokes" webpage; new pedestrian street signs for Argentina and France in our wacky "World Crossroads" images collection.
New articles were also added to our continuously expanding library: "Get Fit with Fido" on an innovative program to train abandoned dogs; "East meets West in the running world" on incorporating the ancient wisdom of T'ai Chi into your running; "Is heel pain stopping you?" on plantar fasciitis; and finally "The problems with male pacemaking" on a practice that distorts the results of the women's races.
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The year is really flying past. I've just gotten back from the Country Music Marathon and Half Marathon. A week or so ago I ran in my seventh Flora London Marathon. Now, it's time to start getting ready for the summer season.
If you're going to be at the Indy Mini, please stop by the booth and say "Hi". Same is true if you're going to be in San Diego for the Suzuki Rock and Roll marathon. I'll be at both expos and would love to have a chance to visit.
Make your plans right now to come to the 28th Chicago Distance Classic on August 1st. This is the Premier Penguin Event of the summer and you don't want to be left out.
My good friend, and Runner's World colleague, Jeff Galloway, has some programs coming up that I hope you'll consider. They are:
May 3 - Cincinnati Jeff Galloway Marathon Training Program Kick-Off
May 5 - Augusta Jeff Galloway Marathon Training Program Kick-Off
May 6 - Mahwah, NJ Jeff Galloway Marathon Training Program Kick-Off
May 7 - NYC Jeff Galloway Marathon Training Program Kick-off
May 8 - NYC Running School
May 15 - Denver Running School & Marathon Training Program Kick-Off
May 21-23 - Beach Retreat in Blue Mountain, Fl.
For more information on these events, check out www.jeffgalloway.com.
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Vailoatai (American Samoa)
By Mona - Starting at the junction between the villages of Leone and Vailoatai, you run through the village of Vailoatai. This is a flat course with only a small hill at the end. The village has well paved roads, but no sidewalks. You have reached the end of the village when you reach the cliffside graves and the run itself will end when you reach Sliding Rock at the bottom of the small hill there. You will know you have reached the end when you come across a huge fallen tree that blocks the path into Sliding Rock. Throughout the run, you can hear the relaxing sounds of the waves crashing on the volcanic rocks surrounding the western side of the village. This is a scenic run where you will find well tended lawns, tropical plants and interesting Falle's scattered throughout the village. The end of the run is the most scenic with the actual view of the ocean and waves. If you like watching the sunsets, this village has the most beautiful sunsets I have seen on the island of Tutuila, in the American Samoa. The sunsets are very clear and vibrant. Once you reach the end of the run, take a relaxing detour to Sliding Rock and watch the sunset or even just simply watch the waves crashing. You could also cool down by taking a dip in the shallow pools at the entrance to the rocks. Be very careful about where you take a dip as the waves make the waters very rough. Also, if running at sundown, be aware of the prayer hour between 6 and 7 pm and do not be caught detouring into the smaller roads throughout the village (Sliding Rock does not count). The village bells will be ringing during the prayer hour and the islanders are very particular about people showing respect for that part of their culture. Fa'a Samoa.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Albuquerque (Usa/New Mexico), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Bangalore (India), Boiling Springs (Usa/North Carolina), Camberley (United Kingdom), Diego Garcia (British Indian Ocean Territory), Genova (Italy), Issaquah (Usa/Washington), Kenmore (Usa/Washington), Kunming (China), Las Vegas (Usa/Nevada), Los Angeles (Usa/California), Paisley (United Kingdom), Reggio Emilia (Italy), Scarsdale (Usa/New York), Seoul (South Korea), Sequim (Usa/Washington), Tafuna (American Samoa), Vailoatai (American Samoa), Valletta (Malta), Yonkers (Usa/New York).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
British Indian Ocean Territory.
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
Treadmill Reviews N Ratings - All the best treadmill reviews online.
Boa Vista Ultramarathon - A 150 kilometers ultramarathon in the marvellous island of Boa Vista, in Cape Verde off the coasts of Africa.
Girls on the Run of Puget Sound - Girls on the Run is a nationally run preventative program for pre-adolescent girls (ages 8-11) that strengthens girls physically, emotionally, and socially in preparation to face the upcoming pressures of adolescence. The program combines self-esteem enhancing life-lessons, discussions, and running games in an encouraging, girl-positive environment where girls can feel free to express themselves and build their confidence. The goal of Girls on the Run is to empower girls early in their lives to find strength, courage and self-respect from within and draw upon it as they face the challenges of adolescence and adulthood. Empowering girls... from start to finish.
SocksOnline - High performance socks and accessories for running, hiking, cycling, and adventure sports.
RunScore - A program designed to tabulate results for road races, triathlons, cross country meets, bike rallys, etc. It also serves as a mailing list database for race registrants.
Urban Wildland Half Marathon & 5K - The official site of the "Urban Wildland Half Marathon & 5K", a running event that benefits the kindergarten through sixth-grade environmental education program at Wood Lake Nature Center in Richfield. Responding to tax cuts from the State of Minnesota, Wood Lake Nature Center staff was faced with ending the 33-year partnership between the Nature Center and Richfield Public Schools that provided environmental education to local students. So, in 2003, the first "Urban Wildland Half Marathon & 5K" was held to preserve this valuable curriculum. The event was a success and Richfield's environmental education program was saved!
The Run Shop - For runners by runners. Brand name running shoes, apparel, and accessories.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Bristol (Usa/New Hampshire) New Hampshire Marathon; Prato (Italy) Corsa Salute & Vita; Tokyo (Japan) Annual Tell Runathon; Evansville (Usa/Indiana) Evansville Half Marathon; Ellera (Italy) Trofeo Celli Giovanni; Trebisacce (Italy) Trofeo Deliart; Paisley (United Kingdom) Paisley 10K & 3K Fun Run; Colorado Springs (Usa/Colorado) American Discovery Trail Marathon and Half-Marathon; Barberino di Mugello (Italy) Trofeo Lago di Bilancino; Mission Viejo (Usa/California) The Big Race; Ravanusa (Italy) Trofeo podistico Città di Ravanusa; Firenze (Italy) Memorial Franco Citerni, Trofeo Alfio Balloni; Marina di Massa (Italy) Mezza maratona Marina di Massa; Cinquale di Montignoso (Italy) Mare monti mare, memorial Antonio Filippone; Asigliano Vercellese (Italy) I quattro cantoni; Fanano (Italy) Marcia dei tori; Charlotte (Usa/North Carolina) Cinco de Mayo 5K; Alcudia (Spain) Balearman; Everett (Usa/Washington) Yankee Doodle Dash; Göteborg (Sweden) Göteborg Half Marathon; Union (Usa/Missouri) Founder's Day 10K Run/5K Walk; Mountain View (Usa/California) Human Race Silicon Valley; Munich (Germany) Medien.Marathon München; Saginaw (Usa/Michigan) Annual Saginaw Y River Fun Run; Pasadena (Usa/Maryland) Gibson Island Country School Chessie 5k Run; Shreveport (Usa/Louisiana) Better Bones 5k Run and Healthwalk.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• PENNSYLVANIA (USA) / Run for the Troops
In an effort to show our unified support for the sacrifices made by the nation's of the coalition's soldiers, sailors, marines, airmen and coastguardsmen in the global war on terrorism, the Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc. is seeking men and women from all coalition nations to participate in the "24-hour Run for the Troops"... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• TURKEY / Running in Istanbul
The "Kadir Has University Road Run" will be held on May 9 in Istanbul. According to information given by Fikret Ozsoy, the organization director, this 10 kilometers race will take place on the same course of 2003... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• WISCONSIN (USA) / First ever Green Bay Duathlon
Lambeau Field will be the back drop for the first ever "Green Bay Duathlon". A duathlon is a running, biking, running event. As an added bonus, short distances will attract a large percentage of first-time athletes: 3.1 mile run, 15 mile bike, and 3.1 mile run... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• MADAGASCAR / The Incredible Traverse of Madagascar
For those dreaming about the Indian Ocean and discovering Madagascar, between Saturday 22 May and Saturday 5 June 2004, "The Incredible Traverse of Madagascar" will enable you to discover the mysterious island through a course linking the East to the West coast (Tamatave to Morondava)... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• TURKEY / Inaugural Tarsus half marathon
The inaugural edition of the "International Tarsus Half Marathon", held on April 11 in the 7000 years old city of Tarsus, was a very well organised international half marathon. World famous Berdan Textile Co. (located in Tarsus and has 1100 employees) was the organizer. Yavuz Sokün (47), General Manager of Berdan Textile Co., finished in a time of... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• CANADA / Yukon Arctic Ultra: what a race!
The second "Yukon Arctic Ultra" is over. It has been a great race. Like last year the Yukon has been a perfect host. Everybody involved in the race, guides, volunteers, organisational staff, sponsors and supporters have worked very hard to make the world's toughest human powered race... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• POLAND / Twelve hours road race results
These are the results of the 12 hours road race held on April 25 in Ruda Slaska: (men) 1. Maciej Cieplak 144.0 km (national best), 2. Waldemar Pedzich km 140.7... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• ENGLAND / AAA Road Relays Championships
On April 24th in Sutton Coldfield, the AAA Road Relays Champs (Men's 12 Stage) was won by Aldershot, Farnham & District in 4:10:15, with Belgrave second in 4:11:47, Salford third in 4:13:09, Bedford & County fourth in 4:18:44, and Cardiff fifth in 4:21:00... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• TEXAS (USA) / The Bev Kearney Story premiered April 18
Bev Kearney, who has coached the University of Texas women’s track team to four national championships and survived serious spinal cord and back injuries from a car accident in December 2002, had her story shown on College Sports Television, as "The Road Back: The Bev Kearney Story"... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• SPAIN / Kahugu wins the Madrid Marathon
On a hot (27 °C) April 25 in Spain, Joseph Kahugu (Kenya) finished ahead of 13,000 "Madrid Marathon" runners. Elijah Yator (Kenya) had taken the lead at 15K, but Kahugu, who has been living in Colombia, caught him at 35K... read more online in the May 2004 issue
• IAAF drastically skew their road rankings
The IAAF have once again shown how little they understand road racing. Their road ranking system is based on times and they obviously have scoring tables that allow them to assign points to a runner based on their time. However, unlike distance running on tracks, distance performances on road courses can be wind-aided, downhill, or just plain short. When the IAAF chose to include times from a notably downhill and notoriously fast course such as... read more online in the May 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 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
•How many calories are burned while running in a dream? - Last night I dreamt that I participated in a trail race. I was running on a very tough and steep trail. It was such a long and demanding event that I woke up drenched in a pool of sweat! I'd like to consider this dream as a cross training session and want to add it as an entry in my running log. How many calories are burned while running in a dream? - Dream Weaver
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
Danny Dreyer is the creator of "ChiRunning", a revolutionary concept that blends the subtle inner focuses of T'ai Chi with running to obtain a low-impact athletic experience. It is based on his study of T'ai Chi with Master Zhu Xilin and internationally renowned Master George Xu, and his thirty years of running experience. Ancient wisdom with modern physics are combined to transform your running tecnique, to learn to run using your highly efficient core muscles while relaxing the rest of your body, allowing gravity to do the work instead of your legs. All the benefits of this new form of running are now available in Dreyer's first book "ChiRunning" which offers a revolutionary approach to effortless, injury-free running. Both the beginner and the competitive runner will be able to increase speed with less perceived effort, experience reduced recovery time and enjoy a smooth, efficient running form. Toby Tanser, sub 2:20 marathoner, author, coach, and member of the New York Road Runners Board of Directors, talks about Dreyer's book as "The most exciting and revolutionary book to hit the running community this decade". And continues: "After years and years of plowing through books, as an author and sports writer, I am rarely jolted by today's sports literature. The same theories, regurgitated advice, and unexplained methodology make for dull reading. Scanning Dreyer's work I was captivated, and re-reading the book I was thoroughly entranced, by the vast wealth of information packed into the 200-pages. On every single page I was making notes of matters 'crucial to improving my running'. The easy going text has clear explanations and visuals that will have you jumping from your seat to discover 'secrets' that will, I believe, perfect and enrich your running experience. I was shocked reading the book, it was color to a black and white library - and believe me I have read at least one thousand running books in the last few years alone. This is my first positive review. I absolutely loved the book. This would be my Desert Island choice running book". Danny Dreyer has been a running coach for eighteen years. He has taught thousands of people the "ChiRunning" technique. He is a popular speaker and teacher for training groups such as the "San Francisco Marathon", the "Aids Marathon", Team in Training, U.S.A. Fit and many others. He publishes a monthly "ChiRunning" e-mail newsletter, and has been published in "Running Times", "Runner's World" and other running journals. Dreyer is an accomplished ultramarathon runner and has raced every distance from ten kilometers to one hundred miles. In addition to teaching running classes Dreyer is also a personal coach. This differs from a running coaching in that he works with people to help them set and accomplish their personal goals, solve problems, and generally discover increased fulfillment and balance in their everyday lives. He has lived a lifestyle steeped in holistic living, meditation, and personal wellness for over thirty years. Healthy eating, physical exercise and rejuvenating activities are mainstays in his life and the foundation of what he teaches. "A good runner leaves no footprints". - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
This is one of the instructional videos that Men's Track & Field Coach Bill Dellinger produced at the University of Oregon in 1995. This 12 part series that is entitled "Bill Dellinger's Track & Field Fundamentals" has four tapes dedicated to improving running performance (the rest are throwing and jumping focused). Coach Dellinger is the host of this distance tape and shares his experience as both a coach and Olympic medalist in the 5000 meters to further aid the development of middle and long distance runners. A variety of competition footage is provided by Prime Sports Northwest and collegiate level runners can be seen training and racing on the track as well as in cross country conditions. The focus during the 45 minute presentation is on five primary principles: moderation, progression, adaptation, variation, and callousing. Moderation is the ability to reach the big meets healthy and injury free. Rudy Chapa and Alberto Salazar are used as examples to contrast mileage changes due to running technique. It is better to enter the championship undertrained than overtrained. Progression: during this five minute discussion charts are used of Matt Davis' goal of running 13:30 for 5000 meters. By adjusting the date and goal paces, workouts can be tailored for each athlete. Charting progress and changing intervals are the guides to each workout. Steve Prefontaine is used as an example of adjusting goals. Adaptation is described as the "art of coaching". By allowing athletes to succeed, whatever the ircumstances, then you will find that "success breeds success". Coach Dellinger reveals personal examples from his training as well as adaptation used leading to a Salazar 10k record attempt. Variation: this section is extensive, lasting 15 minutes, and goes into detailed explanations of seven types of variation: intervals, repetitions, fartlek (both unsteady type, Holmer; and steady type, Lydiard), tempo runs, circuit training, hill running, and simulations (cross country starts and finish, 40/30 drills on the track). Callousing: the basic premise here is that an athlete should not try to do anything in competition that they have not done in training. Examples of running up and down hills and using uneven pacing are illustrated. This program ends with specific examples of running patterns (21 day cycles at three stages of training), insights into running technique, and program development, including Summer running. If you are a coach that has been looking for other options than just sending your distance runners out for solitary runs then this video may be the answer you have been looking for. Your athletes will welcome the extra attention to detail and their performances will encourage them to strive for the next level of achievement. Some quotes from Bill Dellinger: "Having been involved with track over the past 30 years from the high school level, junior college level, and collegiate level, I think really one of the most neglected areas of track and field is with the distance runner", "Give the runners variation; you will find it to be more successful", "One of the things that I have learned over the years is that you cannot instill desire into individuals: what you want to do is present a program that is based on good sound solid principles as a foundation, and this is the type of goal you should have for your program".
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0025 New running course descriptions this month 2464 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3264 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0001 New nations or territories activated this month 0223 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0026 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1553 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0007 New links on "Running links" this month 1925 Links on "Running links"From where are runners visiting Run The Planet? The following 159 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, 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, 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, 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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