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Your favorite website is becoming more and more international as we speak. This month we welcomed, in fact, visitors from Qatar, Belize and Syria. This is the first time that runners from these countries surfed Run The Planet and it is indeed a great honor for the website to be known and utilized even in these far away corners of the world.
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Second, we believe that it is because of the content we offer, the content that runners like you provide for other runners across the globe. As a matter of fact, one of our most popular column is the always interesting "Planeteer Spotlight" that this month features an interview with Boris Erpylov from Ukraine. Ukraine was the center of the first Slavic State, Kyivan Rus, which during the 10th and 11th centuries was the largest and most powerful State in Europe. Find out how they run in this former U.S.S.R. country.
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Speaking about exotic places, we added South Korea to the street signs collection featured in "World Crossroads", an unusual yet intriguing webpage we are proud to feature on Run The Planet.
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Finally this month our "Run Her Planet" webpage dedicated to female runners, features two interesting articles: "Preventative maintenance for chafing" and tips on how to "Troubleshoot your sports bra fit".
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The excitement is really starting to build. August 3rd is the date for the 27th Annual "Chicago Distance Classic" - the race I liked so much - I bought it!
This year, every finisher of the 20K will receive a big, honkin' Penguin medal. And after the run there'll be DJ and refreshments at the finish line and the first ever drive-in "running" classic car and motorcycle show.
At the "Chicago Distance Classic" our #1 priority is giving you a safe race where you can do your best. We'll have self-seeded corrals for the speed demons and 'Balloon Cuties' at the back so that no one finishes last.
For more information, or to sign up now, go to www.ChicagoDistanceClassic.com
Waddle on, friends...
Where to run in the world
Description of the month - Seoul (South Korea)
By Indro Neri - If you want to run in Seoul where all the Koreans run (and walk), then you have to go to the Olympic Park. You can easily reach the Olympic Park by taking the subway (line number 5, station P550). Just make sure, when you get at the transfer point of Gangdong, that the train you are on goes towards Macheon and not towards Sangil-dong. You can start running as you pass the main gate where a detailed photographic map is located. You will see lots of runners and many women speedwalking, but the park is also open to those who walk their dog or practice other sports. The best loop is the one constituted by the walls of the Mong-chon Fortress. This earthen wall is said to date from the Baekje Kingdom (18 bC - 660 aD) and it has been recently restored based on the knowledge gained through the excavations for the constructions of these 1988 Olympic facilities. The wall follows the natural contour of the land by the shore of a tributary of the Han river, and the fuction of the fortress was to protect from invasions from the north. Today, on the fortress walls, there is a nice green path that could be challenging for the runners because of existing sets of stairs but it is definitely worth it especially at dusk, when most of the runners and walkers seems to be out there for their workouts.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Bangor (Usa/Maine), Basking Ridge (Usa/New Jersey), Campo Grande (Brazil), Cary (Usa/North Carolina), Corcoran (Usa/California), Cozumel (Mexico), Dunedin (New Zealand), Durham (Usa/North Carolina), Filattiera (Italy), Hannover (Germany), Lucca (Italy), Luzern (Switzerland), Madison (Usa/Wisconsin), Madrid (Spain), Maribor (Slovenia), Milano (Italy), Nottingham (England), Richmond (Canada), San Francisco (Usa/California), San Juan (Puerto Rico), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Santos (Brazil), Seoul (South Korea), South Burlington (Usa/Vermont), Tokyo (Japan), Washington (Usa/District of Columbia), Windsor (United Kingdom).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
Nations still missing to complete Run The Planet
(Africa) Algeria, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Chad, Guinea, Western Sahara; (Central America) Antigua & Barbuda; (Asia) Iraq, Syria. Besides these nations, other territories may be missing.
TudeFitness Exercise Zone - Along with training tips for running a marathon, increasing speed and endurance, and starting a running program, you get lots of information and tips on exercising in general.
Orthoathletic - Sports Medicine Products - OrthoAthletic features high quality orthopedic supports and braces for athletic activities to help you get back in the game. Shipping is always fast & free.
The Connemara International Marathon - The Connemara International Marathon offers a full 26.2 mile road marathon, a half marathon and from a road ultra over 38 miles. All races are through the unspoilt Connemara wilderness in the West of Ireland.
King of the Hill 5K Road Race - King of the Hill 5k Road race will take place in September. Starts at the Berkshire Corporate Park, Danbury. Hosted by GE benefiting the United Way of Northern Fairfield County.
Pistoia-Abetone 53km Ultramarathon - Italy. The famous Italian ultramarathon with a hard and wonderful route in the heart of the Tuscany mountains. The "Pistoia-Abetone" is run every year on the last Sunday of June.
Hayward Half Marathon Mega Weekend - Information concerning all aspects of the Hayward Half Marathon Mega Weekend including information (course, award categories, support services, location maps) for all three events. There is also information on local community events and lodging possibilies. You can link for on-line registration or download a printable registration form.
Boulder Road Runners - The Boulder Road Runners was formed in 1979 to encourage and promote running and running-related activities for people of all ages and abilities, from the casual jogger to the serious competitor. Ideas for new club activities are always welcome and the involvement of members is encouraged.
The Warriors Run - Information on "The Annual Warriors Run" which will be staged in August. This famous run, synonomous with Strandhill and Sligo, is a gruelling 10 mile road and hill race that attracts athletes from around the world each year.
Midwest Monster Adventure Race - The Midwest Monster Adventure Race is a true challenge to one’s strength, endurance and team commitment. The coed four-member team will test their skills in biking, running, canoeing, orienteering and ropes maneuvering. The adventure is scheduled in Septemberand begins at the Quincy Regional Airport. Participants will journey through the following disciplines: 30-mile mountain bike ride over gravel roads and trails, transporting a 12-ft. timber 1.7 miles through the trails of Siloam Springs State Park, navigate the dense foliage of Siloam Springs State Park, a ropes course developed by the Army National Guard, a 2-mile canoe course on the beautiful waters of Lake Siloam, and finish with an 11-mile run around Lake Siloam and through various portions of the park. The Midwest Monster Adventure Race is a not-for-profit event. Proceeds from the race will benefit the Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers.
Berowra Bush Runners - Berowra Bushrunners is a running club on the northern outskirts of Sydney. We welcome runners and joggers of all ages and abilities. Run with us on a casual basis or join our club and discover why we are the friendliest club in Sydney. Come along and discover euphoria in a runners paradise, jogging along a tree lined ridge as the kookaburrus chorus echoes through the valley. As the sun clears the ridge to the east, the dew glistens as it drips from a scribbly gum leaf. Berowra has it all, take it easy and take in the views, plenty of shortcuts for beginners or strap yourself in for the hardest 10k’s you’ll find in Sydney.
Everydayrunner.com - "A running website for the rest of us...".
SmartSak - SmartSak sells The Marathon Medic. The Marathon Medic is a waist pack suited to distance runners or walkers. It comes stocked with an ace wrap, antibiotic ointment, pain relievers, gauze, sanitary wipes, petroleum jelly and even a rain poncho. And yet, it's lightweight and comfortable.
Cuba1Tours - This website offers specialized tours to Cuba, including a running program to coincide with Cuba's "Marabana" marathon in November. All tours have been designed to offer a unique experience in Cuba and are run through a Canadian licensed travel agency.
Race for Recycling - Race for Recycling website. Includes past results, when time comes, entries, links to directions, contact information, and sponsors.
S-Cape Runningpage - S-Cape Running... running in the heart of Europe, running in Luxembourg.
Samar Magic Tours - The leading Mongolia Outback travel agency offering trekking & hiking, horseback riding, fishing, eagle hunting tailor-made trips for groups, families, couples and individual travelers. Information on hotels, budget travel to all over Mongolia and Gobi desert, special festivals including the Mongolian Horses Festival.
Welcome Traveller - Stay with runners when you travel. Welcome Traveler helps you find someone to stay with who shares your interest in running. It operates as a network of people with similar interests sharing their homes with other like-minded people. Travel the world and the joy of running!
The Ride and tie Association - Two people, a horse, and a tough trail. It's about competition, teamwork, and strategy. It's about understanding, tolerance, and empathy. It's about taking care of your partners - one human, one equine - and pushing yourself. Hard. It's about having fun.
Beirut International Marathon - Comprehensive information on the biggest sporting event in the history of Lebanon: the "Beirut International Marathon". On the website, you can register for the marathon, 10k, or mini-marathon, and get all the information you need concerning Lebanon, travel packages, training information, course map, volunteering, charity program, cool downloads and much much more.
Running events added this month to the Run The Planet worldwide calendar
Durango (Usa/Colorado) Durango Marathon; Gambolò (Italy) La corsa dei sette cortili; Torrington (Usa/Connecticut) Torrington Road Race; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Solon Y5K; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Run for the Troops; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Annual Pride 5K Run and Walk; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) St. Patrick's Pot 'O Gold; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Race to Make a Difference; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) A Most Excellent Run; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) St. Mark's A Run for the Arts; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Annual Brook Park Run; Hilo (Usa/Hawaii) Big Island International Marathon; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Richmond Heights Family Day; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Easter Seals Walk With Me; Cuyahoga Falls (Usa/Ohio) Buckeye Half Marathon & 5K; Houlton (Usa/Maine) County Open Half-Marathon / Relay; Brooklyn (Usa/New York) P.O. Chris Hoban Memorial 5 Mile Run; Salzburg (Austria) Der Gaisberg-König; Swarthmore (Usa/Pennsylvania) Swarthmore Lions Independence Eve 8K; Sagamore Hills (Usa/Ohio) Easter Seals Walk With Me; Boiling Springs (Usa/North Carolina) Race for Recycling; Beirut (Lebanon) Beirut International Marathon; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio) Cleveland Clinic Sports Health River Run; Portsmouth (Usa/New Hampshire) Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis; Concord (Usa/New Hampshire) Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis; Freeport (Usa/Maine) Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis; Raleigh (Usa/North Carolina) Annual Autism Ribbon Run; Fidenza (Italy) Fidenza sotto le stelle; Sydney (Australia) City to Surf; Saltillo (Mexico) 21k Coahuila; South Lake Tahoe (Usa/California) Lake Tahoe Marathon; Manaus (Brazil) Jungle Marathon; Villa La Angostura (Argentina) K42 Villa La Angostura Adventure Marathon; Port aux Basques (Canada) Lighthouse Relay Run; Truckee (Usa/California) Annual World Championship Ride & Tie; Château-Queyras (France) Marathon Guillestrois Queyras; Quincy (Usa/Illinois) Midwest Monster Adventure Race; Brisbane (Australia) Rotary Fun Run / Walk; Leipzig (Germany) 100K run and 50K run; Bogota (Colombia) El Raid de los Andes - The Andes Race.
The Global Telegraph
• ITALY / International Meeting of Athletics in Rome
The "Golden Gala", the 23rd International Meeting of Athletics, has kept this year its position within the Golden League, which includes the seven most important meetings in the world. It will be possible to view... read more online
• BRAZIL / Rio de Janeiro Marathon is back after two years
After two years the city of Rio de Janeiro had its marathon back on June 29. This time the course was all along the seashore, no doubt one of the most beautiful of the world... read more online
• TURKEY / Estonia and Turkey go up to European First League
The European Nations Cup Second League Competitions in Athletics ended on June 22, 2003 at the Istanbul Olympic Stadium. There were twentythousand spectators in the stadium. Sureyya Ayhan, the shining star of Turkey, won... read more online
• ARMENIA / Places still available for the Raid Karen Aventure
There are still some places available to participate to the second edition of the "Raid Karen Aventure" in Armenia, programmed between the 7th and 17th of July. The raid, organized by Arménie Sport Nature, is an original trip... read more online
• ITALY / Skyrunning World Championship Circuit 2003
The SkyRace "Maratona del Cielo" held in the upper Camonica Valley, in programme the 6th of July, will be this year valid as the third trial of the Skyrunning World Championship Circuit FSA (Federation for Sport at Altitude). On the start line there will probably be more than 400 runners... read more online
• CROATIA / Mythical Mountain in one breath!
The "Velebit Adventure Trekking" is an adventure-race-based 3 days and nights trekking race adapted both for professional and amateur athletes. The race - held on July 11-13, 2003 - involves two-member teams who challenge 150 kilometers... read more online
• ECUADOR / Carrera Ultimas Noticias in Quito
On June 8th in high-altitude Quito (2926 meters / 9600 feet elevation), Lazarus Nyakeraka (Kenya) picked up his second-straight "Carrera Ultimas Noticias 13.9K" title. Nyakeraka improved 19 seconds over... read more online
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•Could you recommend any good pick up line? - As a single male runner, I am fortunate to meet many single female runners at road races, running expos and out and about town during my daily runs. Could you recommend any good "pick up lines" that I might be able to use with these women? - Looking for a line
•Where is my finisher's medal? - I have been trying to contact the race organizers of a local half marathon, regarding the fact that they do not award finishers with a medal, as they do in other distance races. How can I convince them to include this amenity? - Tom in Chicago
•When I run, I get the runs! Is there a solution? - When I run, I get the runs! Yesterday, during a ten-miler, I had to stop twice to relieve myself even though I had a bowel movement prior to leaving home. This is becoming a serious concern, as it seems to affect all my runs. Have you ever heard of this problem? Is there a solution that does not involve medication? - Seeking Movement Improvement
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This book is a great inspiration not only to current ultrarunners, and to marathoners looking for the next challenge, but also to runners of all abilities, who will see that there is nothing you can't do if you have the desire. For anyone who has run a marathon, or who has run long on a Sunday afternoon, and wonders: "How far could I go?", this book provides an awe-inspiring, extraordinary answer: "As far as you want". Running thirty, fifty, or one hundred miles is possible for any runner who has the determination to train and the courage to just keep going. What makes ultrarunners tick? What goes through their minds at mile 93? How can you train for such a colossal undertaking? These questions and many more are answered in this inspiring collection of thirtynine personal stories from ultramarathoners. Ultramarathoning is the logical next step for those who burn with a desire to explore their limits, and beyond. It is impossible to run ultra distances without coming away with at least one fascinating story. This book is full of them. There are stories of fatigue, blisters, nausea, and despair. But the ultrarunner prevails to find hope, love, healing, self-discovery, friendship, selflessness, and in the end, for most, triumph. Learn what it feels like to run an ultra from the champions, the newcomers, and the veterans of the sport. These collected stories from thirtynine ultramarathoners - beginners and vets, fast and slow, women and men, young and old - tell what it's like every step of the way. Ordinary runners will find the extraordinary in themselves - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
The narrator opens this 57 minute documentary by saying: "The ultimate test of human athletic endurance is the marathon; a 26 mile cross country dash reflecting the achievement of a Greek messenger in the year 490 bC. Today the unrivaled champions of this endeavor are not the professional stars, but an order of Tendai Buddhist monks whose monastery is in central Japan. They are the Marathon Monks of Mount Hiei". This film follows Tanno Kakudo, the sixth man to attempt the feat since World War II and only the 46th monk since 1885. Over the course of seven years the 1000 marathons cover 27,000 miles. He sees the physical ordeal as a spiritual event to seek enlightenment. Most marathons take between six and seven hours as he stops at the 270 sacred sites including temples, tombs, ponds and images on Mount Hiei to chant and recite prayers that are outlined in a handwritten manual called a tebumi. For the first three years he carries his Higasa hat (shaped to represent a lotus leaf breaking the surface of water) and wears his straw sandals without any socks. Starting the fourth year tabi socks are permitted, and starting the fifth year he begins using a wooden staff called a byakutai gyōja. Tanno Kakudo lives each day as if it is his last and has vowed to end his own life if he fails in the daily pilgrimages. He finds joy and satisfaction when he comes back alive and well. Upon completion of the 700th marathon, ending the fifth year, is the start of the dōiri, a nine day confinement without any food, water, rest or sleep. Over 100,000 chants are conducted and he leaves the shrine each night to walk to a pond to obtain an offering to Fudō Myō-ō, their deity. He completes the journey in twelve minutes the first night and by the last night, having lost a quarter of his body weight, the task takes eighty minutes. Tanno now has three weeks to regain his strength before the marathons increase each day to 37-mile pilgrimages, during the sixth year, that leave the mountain into the cities below. The last year of marathons consist of two sets of 100 52-mile (84 kilometers) ultramarathons. Taking about 18 hours daily to cover this distance, sleep is limited to a couple of hours nightly before the route is again covered the next day. After completing the last ultramarathon, Tanno Kakudo begins an eight-day fire ceremony where prayer sticks are offered to Fudō Myō-ō which is his final right in his quest for enlightenment. His followers believe he is now a "living Buddha" and teaches by example and possesses great spiritual insight. This film was completed in 1992 based on the book (featured in the picture) "The Marathon Monks of Mount Hiei" by John Stevens, who himself was a marathon monk. The book has an extensive history of Mount Hiei, Tendai Buddhism, a complete glossary, and the practices of the "Running Buddhas". The film was directed by Michael Yorke while Harry Miles Muhiem gives narration to this fascinating film production. The writer and producer was Christopher J. Hayden who is considering returning to Japan to do a follow-up documentary. Some quotes from "Marathon Monks of Mount Hiei" include: "The first and last day of the 1000 day walk are no different; the beginning is the end and the end is the beginning. Your only aim is to achieve your initial purpose, then you can really enjoy what you have done. There is no backing out. When you have finished what you have set out to do you have created something of huge value"; "The more you suffer the more pleasure you get from what you are doing. If you let your mind dwell on the pain you will debase it. If you only think about the pain you are not ready. The pain is only a technique so you can learn to overcome it. To get to the top you have to climb the mountain step by step. If you find that painful you should not have set out on the journey in the first place. It is not the pain that really matters, pain is only a symptom of the effort you are putting into the task"; "Never look back, be forever mindful of others, and keep the eyes at all times set on the way. If you do this, the Marathon Monks are telling us, there is nothing that cannot be accomplished".
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0031 New running course descriptions this month 2138 Cities activated on Run The Planet 2856 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0217 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0040 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1227 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0019 New links on "Running links" this month 1760 Links on "Running links"From where are runners visiting Run The Planet? The following 155 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, 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, 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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