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Welcome to the 100th commemorative issue of our "Run The Planet Newsletter"! We would like to open by thanking you, all of you, for your continuous input, your loyalty and your enthusiasm that made all of this possible.
One hundred issues. We have come a long road. Did you know that the "Run The Planet Newsletter" was established before the website itself?Run The Planet was launched on September 7, 1996 but the first issue of our electronic magazine was sent several months earlier, in March 1996, to a limited number of subscribers, 85 to be exact. Ninety-nine issues later, our audience counts approximately 20,000 readers worldwide.
What was initially a free e-mail service to share information on where to run among runners from all over the world, led in fact to the creation of a website,Run The Planet, to have the information accessible at any time of the day or the night rather than mailed once a month. And as the website was rapidly growing in content, the purpose of our newsletter became then to keep our fellow visitors and contributors informed about every new article, webpage or service offered by Run The Planet.
"We give you something good to read" is the motto of our newsletter, and indeed - during all these years - the content of our newsletter grew to include a description of the month, the list of all the cities with new course descriptions, a running-related book and movie review, running news from all over the world, links, events, statistics, and last but not least a section where your three most recent running questions are answered by Steve Walker, a cleverly witted "guy who loves to run".
For the past 22 issues (almost two full years), the "Run The Planet Newsletter" was also incorporating another publication, "The Penguin Times" which was the official monthly gazette of John Bingham's Penguin running movement. "The Penguin Times" will be published for the last time with this issue of the "Run The Planet Newsletter". Starting next month in fact John Bingham will produce an autonomous newsletter that will be called "The John Bingham Racing Newsletter". As specified below, it will include news, a Penguin eChronicle, and a running description that Run The Planet will be providing on a regular basis. The collaboration between our website and JohnBingham.com continues but on different terms, including a new section on the "Run The Planet newsletter" featuring a Penguin inspiration of the month. A reassuring note: if you were receiving the "Run The Planet newsletter" because you subscribed to "The Penguin Times" do not worry. Your subscription will be maintained and also automatically be valid for the new newsletter. So you will not miss all the great news Run The Planet has to offer, and additionally you will be kept up to date with all that John Bingham is organizing for you on his side. It is like entering for a half marathon and running the full one. Lucky you.
The celebrations this month continue with another milestone. For the first time Run The Planet has been accessed by runners from Albania. Mire Si Vini (Welcome!) to our fellow visitors. Our family is now larger and our website is proud to reach a community of runners from 161 different countries.
New additions to Run The Planet this month include, among other, two new cartoons in our Rtp Jokes webpage, two new street signs from France in our World Crossroads image collection, the article "Running with a cast" featuring useful information on how to make running with a cast a tolerable experience. The article "Getting motivated for another marathon" offers ten tips to approach your next marathon feeling excited. Finally "The miracle of schlogging" talks about a new form of physical activity ("I resolved to start jogging again and discovered that my body had invented a whole new sport: schlogging" writes the author of this funny article), that is as slow as a human being can jog without actually achieving immobility.
Support for the 100th commemorative issue of our "Run The Planet newsletter" comes from OrthoAthletic.com. According to recent studies the number of people aged 65 and over is expected to double, and - unlike past generations - many of these individuals will maintain high levels of athletic activity. In response to this trend, OrthoAthletic has initiated a number of enhancements to its web portal (www.orthoathletic.com) such as an expanded product line, live online assistance, and the OrthoAthletic Medical Center featuring a variety of free medical tools. OrthoAthletic with headquarters in Atlanta, is an online retailer of Sports Medicine products. Offering a full line of orthopedic items designed for the treatment of sports and general injuries. OrthoAthletic serves customers worldwide with a focus on the United States of America, Canadian and United Kingdom markets.
That's all for this month. This newsletter is a keeper. One more thing before we close: the Olympic Games are rapidly approaching. Do not forget that among the Running Missions that we offer, there is one that goes under the code name of "The Olympic Flame". Are you bold enough?
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One of the best parts of life is that it moves forward. Life is enjoyed most when you feel like the pace of living is your pace. Sometimes, though, moving forward means leaving behind something that you have really enjoyed.
This will be the last month that the "The Penguin Times" will be included in the "Run The Planet newsletter". It has been a wonderful association, and we have all been fortunate that Indro Neri, editor and publisher of the "Run The Planet newsletter", has allowed me to occupy this space. But, as with life, the "Times", they are a changing.
The new newsletter will be called "The John Bingham Racing Newsletter" and it will include news, a Penguin eChronicle, and a running description courtesy of Run The Planet. Your subscription to "The Penguin Times" will also automatically be valid for the new newsletter.
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago)
By Trini Runner - The city Port of Spain has an ideal location for running - the Queen's Park Savannah. A 2.25 mile loop the Queen's Park Savannah, often described by Trinis as the world's largest round-about, is one of the most beautiful and convenient locations to run. It is located north of downtown Port of Spain and runners are able to experience some of Trinidad's best historical sites. Runners pass President's House, the Zoo and Trinidad's Magnificent Seven (seven historical buildings with each featuring unique architectural designs and simply beautiful). Runners also get a chance to run by Brian Lara's house (the world famous cricketer). After a good workout, the Queen's Park Savannah has several coconut water vendors so runners can enjoy tasty coconut water directly from the nut. Just ask Tony to cut one open for you. There are also many delicious local delicacies being prepared and sold around the Queen's Park Savannah for those who get hungry after their run. All in all runners will enjoy running along the Queen's Park Savannah.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Brussels (Belgium), Chicago (Usa/Illinois), Clermont (Usa/Florida), Columbus (Usa/Ohio), Glasgow (United Kingdom), Kaposvár (Hungary), London (United Kingdom), Milano (Italy), Montreal (Canada), Mukilteo (Usa/Washington), Munich (Germany), Port of Spain (Trinidad & Tobago), Porto (Portugal), Ravanusa (Italy), Shanghai (China), Shreveport (Usa/Louisiana), Taguatinga (Brazil), Tampa (Usa/Florida), Tulsa (Usa/Oklahoma), Windsor (United Kingdom), Yountville (Usa/California).
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
Circolo Sportivo Atletica Amatori Nuoro - Group of amateur athletes that enjoy training and participating (when and if possible) to running events in Italy and abroad.
Camignada - The official site of "La Camignada poi sié refuge", a 30-kilometer mountain race around the "Tre cime di Lavaredo", the most important mountains in Dolomites. Each year, the first Sunday of August.
Kembla Joggers - The Kembla Joggers are one of the largest and most respected running clubs in Australia. The club organises and conducts a winter and summer road racing series as well as track events and the Illawarra's largest fun run "The Fitness Five". The Kembla Joggers attract athletes of all ages and abilities and are renown for their friendly, non-elitest approach to the sport of running.
Drs Central - A Dead Runners Society hub brought to you by Drs Italia in collaboration with Run The Planet.
Azzano Runners - This Italian running club was founded in the month of September 1997 by a group of runners meeting on the unpaved loop surrounding the city sport center of Azzano Decimo.
Gruppo podistico La Galla - This Italian running club is formed by runners of every level, from elite athletes to those jogging and walking. We run together to have fun. We organize tours to discover new places with our families.
Sharksbite Road Runners - We have runs five times a week across Charlotte and cater to all ages and abilities. We offer special runs for beginners and can help anyone get started running. Promoting miles & smiles.
Foto e marce - An Italian website with the calendar of events of the Marciapadova association.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Maserno di Montese (Italy) Striscialacqua ai Mulini; San Michele a Torri (Italy) Attraverso le colline di Torri; Salzburg (Austria) Salzburger Dultlauf; Swarthmore (Usa/Pennsylvania) Swarthmore Lions Independence Eve 8K; Little Rock (Usa/Arkansas) Raid the Rock Mud Run; Toronto (Canada) Toronto Waterfront Marathon; Hilo (Usa/Hawaii) Big Island International Marathon; San Giovanni di Ceppaloni (Italy) Trofeo del Battista; San Miniato (Italy) Pesticciata biancogialla; North York (Canada) Annual Ismaili Run for Charity; Aulla (Italy) Ciamptada aullese; Monterotondo Marittimo (Italy) Trofeo Castagna d'oro; Cassolnovo (Italy) Trofeo M. Manazza e A. Baratto; Richmond (Usa/Indiana) Home Run Trot 5K; Richmond (Usa/Indiana) Frostbite 5K Run; Richmond (Usa/Indiana) Run for the Roses 5K Run, 2-Mile Walk and Kiddie Run; Pontassieve (Italy) Trofeo L'Unità; Vicchio di Mugello (Italy) Trofeo San Giovanni; Rovate (Italy) StraRovate; Crespignaga di Maser (Italy) Corsa podistica tra ulivi e ciliegi; San Francisco (Usa/California) San Francisco Chronicle Marathon; Deep River (Usa/Connecticut) Annual Deep River 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run; Barile (Italy) Da Montebuono a Giaccherino; Masotti (Italy) Trofeo Tesi; Saugatuck (Usa/Michigan) Mt. Baldhead Challenge; Montella (Italy) Pedibus Calcantibus; Chicago (Usa/Illinois) Chicago 1/2 Marathon; Chicago (Usa/Illinois) Chicago 1/4 Marathon; Stratham (Usa/New Hampshire) Great Bay 5K Race & Walk; Vail (Usa/Colorado) Teva Mountain Games; Leesburg (Usa/Virginia) LAWS Run for the Shelter 5K & Half-Marathon; Messini (Greece) Marathon race; Saginaw (Usa/Michigan) Annual Saginaw Y River Fun Run; Fort Bragg (Usa/California) Ride & Tie World Championship; Este (Italy) Marcia Corri Este; Cittanova (Italy) StraCittanova; Aquileia (Italy) Il Friuli Venezia Giulia a tappe; Córteno Golgi (Italy) Sentiero 4 Luglio SkyRace; Cereglio (Italy) Camminata ecologica; Sorano (Italy) Marcialonga Sovana-Sorano; Luco dei Marsi (Italy) A Luco di corsa; Torri (Italy) Torri-Lentula-Torri; Navazzo di Gargnano (Italy) Diecimiglia del Garda; Capraia Fiorentina (Italy) Ottore podistiche individuali di Capraia Fiorentina; Castiglione del Lago (Italy) Su e giù per l'isola; Ponte San Giovanni (Italy) Maratonina del campanile; Giulianova (Italy) Riviera d'Abruzzo half marathon; Bruzzano Zeffirio (Italy) Trofeo Madonna della Catena, Memorial Nicholas Green; Riva del Garda (Italy) Notturna città di Riva del Garda; Arco (Italy) Garda Trentino Half Marathon; Misurina (Italy) Camignada; Trebisacce (Italy) Trofeo Deliart; Philadelphia (Usa/Pennsylvania) Run 4 Your Life... Beat Prostate Cancer; Tulsa (Usa/Oklahoma) Oklahoma Marathon - Tulsa.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• LATVIA / The Riga Marathon results
These are the results of the 14th edition of the "International Riga Marathon" held on May 15: (men) 1. Slesarenoks Dmitrijs 2:27.08... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• PERU / Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Marathon
Here is a fashinating description of the Peruvian marathon that will be held on June 10, 2004: "The trail crosses the Cusichaca river and follows it upstream on a gradual climb for about three miles leaving behind the Urubamba valley and a magnificent view of snow-capped Mount Veronica, the highest peak in the Cordillera Urubamba... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• TURKEY / Osman Atakan Tekin will carry the Olympic torch
The National Olympic Committee of Turkiye declared the names of the Turkish Olympic torch bearers of 2004 "Athens Olympic Torch Run", during a press meeting held in Istanbul Olympic House on May 11, 2004... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• VIRGINIA (USA) / Odyssey One Day Adventure Race: a family affair
Team Odyssey took first place in Odyssey's 14th one-day race and their first event of 2004. With a total time of 15 hours and 40 minutes at this 24-hour race on April 24, they crossed the finish line an hour and 25 minutes before the second place winner... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• CALIFORNIA (USA) / Free endurance sports newsletter
Veteran journalist and long-distance runner James Raia, who has reported on sporting events around the world and interviewed endurance athletes from Bill Rodgers to Grete Waitz, publishes the free electronic newsletter, "Endurance Sports News"... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• NETHERLANDS / Two thousand women on the run
These are the results of the second edition of the "Marikenloop at Nijmegen" held on Sunday May 23, 2004. This road race was open to women only and saw the participation of 1941 starters... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• ARGENTINA / José Luis Luna wins in Córdoba
On May 16th in Córdoba, a 10Km the field experienced a lunar eclipse by José Luis Luna in 29:49, with Oscar Amaya second in 29:52... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• ILLINOIS (USA) / Khannouchi commits to LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon
U.S. men's marathon record holder and four-time "Chicago Marathon" winner, Khalid Khannouchi and the LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon have reached an agreement that will have him compete in Chicago for the next four years... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• CHINA / Chinese Track & Field Championships
On May 21st and 22nd in Shijiazhuang, the Chinese Track & Field Championships were held. Xing Huina, rather than Asian Games double gold medalist Sun Yingjie, was the star on the first day... read more online in the June 2004 issue
• Kenenisa Bekele and Paula Radcliffe lead ARRS rankings
The new Ethiopian superstar of track and cross country leads the first edition of the Association of Road Racing Statisticians monthly rankings, as of May 9, 2004. He further consolidated his position with a win in the Ethiopian 5km track championships... read more online in the June 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:
•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
•How can I get over my pride while racing? - I wish I could be less proud. Every time a woman or an old man runs by me, I feel the urge to speed up, catch them and pass them again. Of course, I am not trained enough to be able to afford sprinting. How can I get over it? - Running with Dignity
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
Many say that Ray Lewis was the fastest man of his generation. After an outstanding career as a high-school track and field star, he went on to become the first Canadian-born black man to join a Canadian olympic track and field team, winning medals at the 1932 Olympic Games and the 1934 British Empire Games. Remarkable achievement for any man, but all more remarkable because Lewis had to face poverty and prejudice. The grandson of slaves, he worked as a porter on the railway and trained by running along the railroad tracks. "Rapid Ray" is more than just a sport biography. It is the story of generations of people growing up with prejudice, and finding ways to work around it, and to succeed in spite of it. "Rapid Ray" is a social history as well as a history of running. Author John Cooper recounts events in Ray's life that include awful memories of the Ku Klux Klan; rejections by his friends' parents because of the color of his skin, and acceptance by a nation as a track and field hero. "Rapid Ray" is as much the story of one man's battle for equality as it is the story of Olympic-level running. Throughout his long life - he is now in his nineties - Ray Lewis has been an inspiration to athletes and to those who recognize a true hero. John Cooper tells his story with compassion and honesty. The author is a corporate communications specialist for the Government of Ontario. He also teaches corporate communications at Centennial College in Toronto, and writes books. John Cooper has been interested in African-Canadian history since he was 12 years old when he read "Black like me". He is a member of the Urban Alliance on Race Relations, and is editor of their newsletter. He first wrote about "Rapid" Ray Lewis in his adult book, "Shadow Running". He also co-wrote and edited "My name's not George". John Cooper lives in Whitby, Ontario (Canada) with his wife and three children. - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
No race has captured the imagination of the general public as the race to break the four-minute barrier that occurred during the 1950s. It should be no surprise that the mile run is the only non-metric distance event that is still officially recognized for world records. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Roger Bannister breaking this historic mark on May 6th, 1954 in Oxford (England), a look at this rare documentary film is in order. The format of "The Supermilers" is to show each athlete in action breaking the mile record, provide a brief background of each person, and short interviews about their experiences. Some unique points include Herb Elliott running 36 mile races between 1957 and 1961, never once being defeated, and he broke the four minute mark on 17 occasions. Elliott stopped racing at age 22 and reported "I stopped at my peak and that is the right time to stop". John Walker reports that "the admiration and publicity of breaking through 50 [3:50 mile barrier] was probably four times more than winning Olympic Gold [1976, 1500 meters]". The narrator states "that the athlete’s commitment must be total" and Sebastian Coe reinforces this thinking by reflecting that "in 1980, I wanted to win because that was my life". At the end of this film each athlete has the opportunity to predict where the record may advance over the next 15 years. Here are some of their statements: Roger Bannister (3:59.4) "I think three and a half minutes is conceivable: that is based on physiological principles of how much oxygen the lungs can breath in and blood can transport"; Derek Ibbotson (3:57.2) "My standard always was that if you take the world record for 880 yards today and doubled it - beyond that it would be impossible to do it"; Herb Elliott (3:54.5) "We still overprotect ourselves, we still stop that last grind, that challenge to death if you like"; Michel Jazy (3:53.6) "I think that in 10 year’s time the world record for the mile will be three minutes 43 seconds"; John Walker (3:49.4) "They are getting stronger, getting bigger, getting faster, they are becoming more fluent and I think that what will happen is that the athletes will become more scientific". Since this film was produced two additional men have lowered the mile mark: Noureddine Morceli ran 3:44.39 on September 12, 1993 in Rieti (Italy) and Hicham El Guerrouj improved the standard in Rome (Italy) by running 3:43.13 on June 7, 1999 to become the fourteenth mile record holder under the four-minute mile barrier.
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.
Learning to know yourself - It's easy enough to do someone else's training program. All you need to do is live their life, in their body, with their history, goals, talent, and ambition. Right now, from the very beginning, it's important to find a training program, a training pace, a training effort and commitment that works for you in your life. Only you know what's best.
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0027 New running course descriptions this month 2502 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3302 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0223 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0054 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1575 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0008 New links on "Running links" this month 1958 Links on "Running links"From where are runners visiting Run The Planet? The following 161 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): Albania, 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, 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, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, 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, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, 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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