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Welcome to the August edition of our Run The Planet newsletter. Welcome to all of you who are current Planeteers, to the new ones, and all the Penguins that for the last twelve months have been part of our worldwide running family.
Last August we featured in fact a captivating addition by incorporating the first issue of "The Penguin Times" into our newsletter, so that our fellow Penguins would be exposed to our monthly news from all over the world, while the Planeteers would benefit from the words and tips by the team of John "The Penguin" Bingham, columnist for "Runner's World" magazine, race director of the oldest event in Chicago (the "Chicago Distance Classic"), regular speaker on the pre-race pasta dinner circuit, and teacher for all the "adult-onset athletes" at his popular Penguin Flight Schools.
Run The Planet will complete its seventh year on the Internet in September. How better to celebrate such a "birthday" than having these two important groups of runners virtually running together?
But September is still one month away. In the meantime August brings showers of new running course descriptions on Run The Planet. Find out this month where to run in exotic places like Cheboksary in Russia, Panama City, Cuernavaca in Mexico, or Adelaide in Australia, exploit your joy-de-courir along the French roads of Aix en Provence or Neufchâtel-en-Bray, visit hot American running spots like Seattle, New Orleans and Philadelphia, or travel to Europe to "road test" the new course descriptions we feature this month for Lisbon, Verona, and Athens, just to name a few. Or, if you are in the United States, do not miss a visit to Texarkana - a unique city located on the border of Texas and Arkansas, composed of two cities with the same name - to experience running from one State to another along State Line Avenue.
To lure you into travel, new images from Japan were added to the collection featured in "World Crossroads", an unusual yet intriguing webpage on pedestrian, running and hiking streetsigns from around the world.
Speaking about traveling, a quick note on Phil the Frog, our "running ambassador". Phil safely made it to Redmond (Usa/Washington) and he is already looking forward his next trip. From the Garden of Gods in Colorado to the awesome bridge in the town of Willimantic decorated with four 11-foot-high metal frogs crossed on his recent trip to Connecticut, more stories and lots of photos have been added to his Travel Notebook and Phil's Photo Album. Stay tuned to find out how Phil's World Tour unfolds.
A few interesting additions are featured this month to enhance our community feeling: an interview with Gunars Akerbergs in our Planeteer spotlight webpage will tell all about running in the European country of Latvia; while two contributions in our "Tell The Planet" section ("I was so slow they passed me again" and "A definitely amazingly different marathon") will slowly but definitely and amazingly inspire your next run.
Our "Dr. Planet" has been enriched this month with the addition of two more nutrition-related articles. Fast food best bets for runners guides athletes to choosing the healthful, low-fat options at fast food restaurants including useful tips to follow a decent sport diet with wise choices. Run off your calories is instead a practical table indicating how many calories are burned by walking, jogging and running.
Run The Planet is also proud to present The triathlete checklist to help the new triathletes, allowing them to participate in any event without the fear of forgetting some essential item. For the veteran runners, using a checklist can definitely help relieve the pre-race stress. The list - based on input from several triathletes - includes the basic items, a few optional ones, as well as tips and tricks learned along the way, and it is published in our "TriPlanet" section.
Well, looks like we ran out of space for this month, and it is time to go out running anyway.Run The Planet is steadily growing and expanding, thanks to you and your constant and precious contribution that helps pave the road to easy traveling for other runners like you and us. A sincere thank you.
Enjoy your run, and keep running the planet.
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The 2003 "Chicago Distance Classic", the race that I bought in 2003, is history now, and what a historic race it was. Nearly 5,000 participants came to run or walk in the 20K and 5K races. That's nearly double the number from last year. Put it on your calendar... the first weekend in August, 2004 for the 28th running of the "Chicago Distance Classic".
Later this month I'll be heading for Portand, Oregon to be part the Penguin Brigade team for the "Hood to Coast" relay. We'll spend 24 hours in a van, each of us running three legs or the relay. What could be better??
At the end of the month, I'll be in Virginia Beach for the "Rock 'n' Roll Half marathon". This race has quickly become one of the most popular races in the country and sells out earlier every year. If you haven't done it, make your plans now for 2004.
Believe it or now, the fall season is coming soon. Join me in Appleton, Wisconsin at the end of September as I celebrate my return to the birthplace of "the Penguin".
Until then, Waddle on, friends...
Where to run in the world
Description of the month - Dubrovnik (Croatia)
By Padraig McDonnell - The Lapad peninsula, about 5 kilomters from the old city, provides a good loop. It starts near Lapad post office and head out past the beach and Cafe bars. It then turns into a path along the cliff up with spectacular sea views. You eventually come out near the Hotel President. Run by its door to another path which is a trail downhill overlooking the sea again and eventually meet the Harbour area and back to the start. It is a pleasant 5 miler!
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Adelaide (Australia), Aix en Provence (France), Athens (Greece), Castelfidardo (Italy), Cavan (Ireland), Cernusco sul Naviglio (Italy), Charlevoix (Usa/Michigan), Cheboksary (Russia), Chicago (Usa/Illinois), Cuernavaca (Mexico), Dallas (Usa/Texas), Dubrovnik (Croatia), Durham (Usa/North Carolina), Fort Collins (Usa/Colorado), Fort Worth (Usa/Texas), Frankfurt am Main (Germany), Jacksonville (Usa/Florida), Linares (Spain), Lisbon (Portugal), Los Angeles (Usa/California), Manchester Center (Usa/Vermont), Messina (Italy), Neufchâtel-en-Bray (France), New Orleans (Usa/Louisiana), Osasco (Brazil), Ottawa (Canada), Palmdale (Usa/California), Panama City (Panama), Peru (Usa/Vermont), Petoskey (Usa/Michigan), Philadelphia (Usa/Pennsylvania), Redmond (Usa/Washington), Regensburg (Germany), Ribeirão Preto (Brazil), Santa Coloma de Gramanet (Spain), São Paulo (Brazil), Seattle (Usa/Washington), Texarkana (Usa/Arkansas), Texarkana (Usa/Texas), Thuringowa (Australia), Verona (Italy), Westland (Usa/Michigan).
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.
Running related links added this month to Run The Planet
21k Coahuila - Mexico's best half marathon ("Runner's World").
100-km-Laufs am Auensee - It is a must. Lovely race with familiary organization. Great track. You have to see it to understanding it.
Santa Clarita Runners - The Santa Clarita Runners is a friendly, mostly family-oriented club of about 200, established in 1980. It is located in the Santa Clarita Valley, approximately 45 minutes north of downtown Los Angeles. The valley is criss-crossed with bike/running trails, and the surrounding canyons and mountains have many excellent running trails.
Sport dans les lycées et les collèges catalans - French website dedicated to children and collegians, "Sport dans les lycées et les collèges catalans" offers descriptions of how to run and how to do sport in the best way.
LaceKeeper Shoelace Fastener - We manufacture the LaceKeeper Shoelace Fasteners which can be viewed in detail at www.lacekeeper.com. Lacekeepers work with any and all types of laces and they install in just seconds. Since they are constructed of a tough polycarbonate material, they will take all the abuse that competitive sports or every day activities can throw at them and they hold secure and tight with zero slippage. See for yourself why they are creating such a buzz within the footwear and sporting goods industries.
Myfootshop.com - Myfootshop.com is the largest source of foot care information on the Internet.
As Marathonclub Lecce - The official website of the As Marathonclub Lecce, a club of runners of Lecce (Italy) with program of training for marathon and half marathon, and results of regional racing and more.
LaufZeit - The monthly magazine "LaufZeit" reports since 1990 on run meetings from regional to international, on training, nutrition, sport travel, sport articles and tests.
CardinalTrack.com - Website of the Cardinal Track Club in Carrboro/Chapel Hill, North Carolina (United States of America). The Cardinal Track Club is an organization dedicated to the enjoyment and promotion of running at all levels.
Copper Canyon with a Man Called Horse - Custom running / hiking adventures in La Sierra Madre and Deep Canyon country of the Copper canyon region of Mexico. These trips are for individuals or groups of 1-8 adventure runner / hiker travelers who want to interact with the local people along the way and experience the real, old Mexico. Meals will be taken in the houses of favorite grandma cooks!
DelCorredor.com - Website specialized in news, results, and all that is related to running in Mexico and in the rest of the world.
Salzkammergut Cup - Sports and run dates in the Salzkammergut area of Austria.
Seoul Synergy - Founded in 2002 by Michael R. Wright, the Seoul Synergy Running and Triathlon Club is an international group which supports fellow athletes around the peninsula. The name Seoul Synergy embodies the team’s outlook on training and competing. Synergy is the working together of two things to produce something greater than the sum of just the individuals’ efforts. Seoul Synergy team members definitely work together and create better results than they could do alone. The team meets for weekly runs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Team members are encouraged to participate in as many events as time allows and to ride to events around Korea. No one has to train or compete alone within the Seoul Synergy family. There is always a "buddy" to be found.
Running Life - The monthly running magazine of South Korea.
Run4Fun - Run4Fun is a New York City-based long distance training program coordinated by two USATF certified coaches. Typically the program kicks off in spring and extends through the fall.
Vaam Hornet Juice - Learn how to increase your endurance and make you race faster with Vaam Hornet Juice, the scientific sports drink!
World Running Association - The World Running Association is the newest website that links the runner and the running community together.
Running events added this month to the Run The Planet worldwide calendar
Atlanta (Usa/Georgia) Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl ACC/SEC Challenge 5K Road Race; San Francisco (Usa/California) Race to Stop Global Warming - San Francisco; Chicago (Usa/Illinois) Race to Stop Global Warming - Chicago; Seattle (Usa/Washington) Race to Stop Global Warming - Seattle; New York City (Usa/New York) Race to Stop Global Warming - New York City; Lisbon (Portugal) Lisbon Marathon; Little Rock (Usa/Arkansas) Little Rock Marathon; Blue Ash (Usa/Ohio) Fleet Feet Sports Lady Distance Classic; Brookings (Usa/South Dakota) Jack 15 Road Race; Burwood (Australia) Woodstock Fun Run; Cincinnati (Usa/Ohio) Fleet Feet Sports Lady Distance Classic & Festival; Cincinnati (Usa/Ohio) Redlegs Run for Home 5k Run/Walk; Orlando (Usa/Florida) Walt Disney World Marathon; Hamilton (Bermuda) Bermuda International Race Weekend; Columbia (Usa/Maryland) Columbia Metric Marathon & 5K; Miami (Usa/Florida) Toyota Prius Miami Tropical Marathon; Montegrotto Terme (Italy) Maratonina delle Terme Euganee; Necochea (Argentina) Desafio del Parque Lillo Delfo Cabrera; Chuncheon (South Korea) Chunchon Marathon; Hopkinton (Usa/Massachusetts) The Baby John Fund First Annual 5K Road Race; Atlanta (Usa/Georgia) Silver Comet Half Marathon; Agadeès (Niger) Agadez 421 K Desert Marathon; Leatherhead (United Kingdom) Sam Seven Road Race.
The Global Telegraph
• BRAZIL / Blumenau Marathon
The 19th edition of the "Blumenau Marathon" received more than one thousand runners from all over Brazil and other countries. This year the course was changed... read more online
• POLAND / July Half Marathon in Okonek
On July 20 in Okonek, the "July Half Marathon" was held. These are the results: (men) 1° Kapinski Slawomir... read more online
• USA / Intensive workshop on nutrition for exercise
If you are looking for an intensive workshop on nutrition for exercise, here is your chance to learn from two internationally known experts. Sports nutritionist Nancy Clark MS, RD and exercise physiologist William Evans PhD will be offering... read more online
• VIRGINIA (USA) / Odyssey's big bad adventure race
It is hard to imagine a more perfect prescription for eager athletes itching for a good adventure race. On July 11-13 "New Balance Mega Dose" offered a challenging and creative course, a swanky venue, generous sponsors, enthusiastic volunteers and killer weather... read more online
• TURKEY / Sap and Tekin Sport and Peace ambassadors
An article about Yavuz Sap and O. Atakan Tekin - Sport and Peace ambassadors who run marathon in six continents - has been published in the May-August 2003 issue of... read more online
• GERMANY / Night of Borgholzhausen 5 Miles
On June 14th in Germany, the "Night of Borgholzhausen 5 Miles" was taken by Joseph Kipkemboi (Kenya) in 22.45, with Joel Kemboi... read more online
• USA / New episode of Marathons+
The July 2003 one-hour episode of the sports series "Marathons+" was released for distribution by Salmini Films and TWI. The "Marathons+" program is... read more online
• ITALY / Record breaking at the Sky Marathon
Fantastic crowds and a great success for the event "Footpath 4 Luglio Skyrace, Trofeo Davide", trial for the World Skyrunning Championship FSA 2003. Mario Poletti, the athlete from Clusone from the Valli Bergamasche Club, after four second places in a row, won in a great way in... read more online
• COLOMBIA / The Andes Race sport adventure
It is about an original sport adventure, unique in the world, that crosses the history and the places of the pre-Columbians civilizations, almost 200 kilometers in daily stages between 10 to 25 kilometers... read more online
• THE FORMATION OF THE ASSOCIATION OF ROAD RACING STATISTICIANS
The sport of road running has too often been treated as a second-class activity, in comparison with Track & Field athletics. It has lacked a voice that will stand up for the best interests of the sport, helping to ensure its rational and systematic development. For this reason a number of individuals from across the globe, with extensive backgrounds in road racing, have formed an international Association of Road Racing Statisticians... read more online
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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:
•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
•Could you recommend the Perfect Runner's Automobile? - I'm a serious competitive runner who runs a race most every Sunday. I'm in the market to purchase a new automobile, and was hoping you could recommend some of the auto-attributes I should consider when purchasing my next car. What would make my car the "Perfect Runner's Automobile"? - Running on Overdrive
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The Penguin Brigade is a running group like no other. It is dedicated to the notion that any running is good running, and that just waddling along can save you - body, mind, and soul. Running brings joy and fitness and a better life. John "The Penguin" Bingham's witty, honest, and inspirational "Chronicles" has been the clarion call for a phenomenal surge of new runners. He has been called "the Pied Piper of the Second Running Boom". Bingham is now a nationally renowned running guru. His columns in "Runner's World" magazine inspire slow and mid-pack runners to take pride in their running. As his fame grows, his books sell faster. "The Courage to Start" and "No Need for Speed" have sold more than a hundred thousand copies. And now he is joined by coach Jenny Hadfield, who has coached John and countless other runners to the best seasons of their lives, in this second edition of his "The Penguin Brigade Training Log". She adds her excellent training advice to John's Penguin wisdom. This weekly logbook is a complete updating of its first edition - new layout, essays, advice and photos. It is still full of the Penguin spirit, which hundreds of thousands of runners embrace. This second edition is packed with new feaures: weekly inspirational quotes from John "The Penguin" Bingham; training advices from John and Jenny; The Penguin's Top 10 Tips; the new "Fuel Log" to help you track your diet; the new I-Rate System for tracking personal effort; spaces to record mileage, time, heart rate, cross training, sleep, weight, mood and the weather; space to record larger trends, personal notes, and long term goals; the "Race Celebration" to track all your race results; the Penguin Pace Chart, giving split for race distances 5k to the marathon, and for paces of 6:00 per mile to 20:00 per mile; monthly Penguin essays to focus, inspire, and entertain you; and, of course, room to record the details of all your miles and trials. This second edition of "The Penguin Brigade Training Log" will help anyone in training: for a race, for fun, for a better life - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
This 43 minute instructional tape from 1999 is one of four tapes in the Gold Medal Track & Field Series. The other three tapes in this series include: Sprints, Hurdles, and Relays with James Williams from Humbolt State University, Jumps with Charles Craig from Cal State-Bakersfield, and Throws with Randy Heisler from Indiana University. The producer and writer is Kam Miller, direction by Doug Fink, and brief stock footage of elite athletes competing is provided by Action Sports Adventure. The cover art is a photo from the 1996 Atlanta women's 5000 meter race featuring Elena Fidotov of Romania (wearing yellow) who finished seventh in this race (15.16,71) and Amy Rudolph, representing the United States, who finished tenth (15.19,77). There is no video action of this race present in the video. The host and content consultant for Middle and Long Distances is coach Mike Poehlein. Poehlein is in his thirtieth year as head coach of the Men's Cross County team at Purdue University. He is a national Olympic Development Program coach, and Level III Instructor, for the 800 and 1500 meter events and has served as coach for the 1990 Goodwill Games, 1994 Pan-African Games, and 1997 Pan-American Games. He was named Big Ten Coach of the Year in 1985 for cross country and again in 2001 for the indoor season in Track and Field. Poehlein's expertise is shown as he narrates the techniques as the Purdue Collegiate athletes demonstrate the described content. Although women are featured on the cover of this video, men are primarily seen demonstrating the running techniques. Much of the running is in slow motion, the transitions from different sections use music and graphics, and the main points are written on the screen to emphasize the concepts. After some introductory content this film jumps right into the examination of running form. Next, two drills are introduced prior to showing the three phases of the training season: conditioning, pre-competition, and competition. Five minutes are dedicated to training methods that include the following: steady pace training, fartlek, anaerobic threshold training, repetition, intervals, and pace-surge. The concept of "stress then rest" is discussed. The next 18 minutes outlines each of the three stages applied specifically to the 800 and 1500 meter events. Numerous conditioning drills are described and shown including plyometrics and specialty strength exercises. Training both under and over distance as well as hill work is illustrated in the pre-conditioning phase. The competition phase shows speed methods, tactics and strategies for racing. The last eight minutes of this production covers some variations of the mentioned material with specific emphasis on the 3,000 meter to 10,000 meter track events. If you are wanting to focus your training attention to the middle or long distances than this tape will have something to offer to you as you head into your season.
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Run The Planet Statistics
0047 New running course descriptions this month 2174 Cities activated on Run The Planet 2905 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0217 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0023 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1248 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0017 New links on "Running links" this month 1771 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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