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As we are busy running and celebrating the beginning of our eighth year on the Internet, we will keep this newsletter short. There is so much to read in this monthly bulletin (and so much to explore on Run The Planet), that we are sure you will not miss our otherwise long and never-ending list of enhancements and improvements to your favorite website.
Let us simply bring to your attention that three new interesting articles are now featured in our "Dr. Planet" section.
The first one is Muscular coordination on the treadmill, a study where lower extremity kinematics and electromyography from eight muscles were examined in high speed treadmill running in both incline and level conditions, comparing muscular activity among different movements. It sure is technical stuff.
The second one is a useful compilation of short exercises that you can enjoy to keep your fitness level, simply by Training in your office. When you have been sitting at your office desk for several hours, and you suddenly get up, you often find difficult even to walk, let alone going out for a run. You feel tight and your muscles are stiff. This is due to inactivity, rather than from working itself.
Dealing with heel spurs is the third new Dr. Planet's article, about plantar fasciitis, a foot condition often accompanied by a heel spur, a calcium deposit formed on the heel bone.
New images from Canada were added to the collection featured in "World Crossroads", the unusual yet intriguing webpage on pedestrian, running and hiking street signs from around the world.
Finally, if you consider yourself a "beautiful mind" in a runner's shell, enjoy The solution to a knotty problem, an extremely interesting article by Monash University mathematician Dr. Burkard Polster, who has used numeric formulae to identify the strongest and most efficient ways of lacing shoes. Thousands of years of trial and error have led to humans lacing their shoes in the strongest way possible, he has found, but we haven't adopted the best way of tying laces into knots - many of us still use knots that are more likely to come undone. Are you one of them?
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We did it! Thirty-two hours after we started, The Penguin Brigade finished the 198 mile "Hood to Coast" relay. What a fantastic experience.
Just imagine: 198 miles, 12 runners, 2 vans. Now, imagine 1,000 teams all doing the same thing. The race starts in waves from 8 am to 7 pm and the runners keep going non-stop for the next 24-36 hours.
I was in Van 1 and ran leg number 2. That meant that my first run was 6 miles down off of Mount Hood. It wasn't as bad as leg number 1 which dropped 2,000 feet in 6 miles, but my run was a "quad buster" for sure. I had no idea what to expect when, 10 hours later, it was time to get out and run another 6 miles.
After a slow, even for me, start the run actually went well. It was dark and a little scary but I made it. Then, 10 hours later, it was time to get out and do it again.
I'd like to tell you that it was easy, but it wasn't. I struggled through my third run just wanting to see the exchange point. Handing off the baton and knowing that I was finished was a great relief.
It was, without question, the most satisfying and fun time I've ever had as a runner. Getting to know my teammates, feeling like I was a part of "the Team", and digging deep into my reserves made it all worth the effort.
I'll be crewing for an 8-day adventure race, running a half marathon in England, and then on to Appleton, Wisconsin and the "Fox Cities marathon" in the month ahead. I hope to see some of you out there on the roads.
Until then, Waddle on, friends...
Where to run in the world
Description of the month - Cape Town (South Africa)
By Frank McShane - From the shadow of Newlands stadium, to the sumptuous suburb of Bishops Court, through the famous gardens of Kirstenbosch, and the rugged trails of Celia Forest, there lays a challenge for all who delight in the sport of running, walking or simply airing the dog. Skirting the foothills of Skeleton Gorge, broad avenues and spreading Chestnut trees provide the perfect landscape and unpolluted environment for those who wish to explore the limits of strength and endurance. Within these tranquil heights where wild animals roamed, and wagon wheels rolled centuries ago, endless hills lead the way to regions beyond the banks of the Liesbeek River and the vynbos fields of our fairest Cape. Should you choose to begin your run from the top gate entrance to Kirstenbosch, it is best to follow the gravel path, where fields of Restios and Protea flank the road on either side. You will need a good pair of lungs, as the route winds steeply through dense shrub until it reaches a horizontal plain where a spectacular view of the Cape flats and southern suburbs will help you catch your breath for the rugged road ahead. Leaving the hills behind, the undulating trail unfolds through shallow river beds and tall green pines, with striking views of Constantia valley, the white washed shores of False Bay, and the shimmering blue mountains of the Helderberg. At a point along the track, in a shady nook of the forest, icy water tumbles freely from a subterranean creek to a tranquil pool, then fades into the deep grassy ravine below. It is the water only stop on this route, is perfectly drinkable and most refreshing. Beyond that oasis, the trail leads through clusters of cork trees and ancient yellow woods, until it rises to the upper contour path, then winds back to the evergreen slopes of Nursery Ravine. There is no need to rush this phase of the journey, for time bears no consequence, and the path is strewn with bared roots and loose sandstone. It is better to stroll, and absorb the magnificent spectacle of man's commitment to the colossal task of preserving our precious heritage of indigenous flora rarely found in other parts of the world.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Akron (Usa/Ohio), Almería (Spain), Arezzo (Italy), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Cape Town (South Africa), Dublin (Ireland), Évora (Portugal), Genova (Italy), Gloucester (Usa/Massachusetts), Goiânia (Brazil), Lausanne (Switzerland), Miami (Usa/Florida), Milano (Italy), Mons (Belgium), New York City (Usa/New York), Orlando (Usa/Florida), Paris (France), Richardson (Usa/Texas), Scranton (Usa/Pennsylvania), South Boston (Usa/Massachusetts), Toyama (Japan), Weissenbach am Lech (Austria).
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.
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Running related links added this month to Run The Planet
Pace Setter Athletic - Pace Setter Athletic, a Eugene running shoes store. We specialize in running shoes for Oregon runners, walkers, joggers, and race runners.
Jeffrey's Running and Road Racing Site - Jeffrey's running and road racing career in South Florida.
Silver Comet Races - Site devoted to a Spring 10k & Fall Half Marathon on the Silver Comet Trail in Cobb County, Georgia. The races are held on an old railroad bed that has been coverted to a community bike, run, walk trail. The Silver Comet Trail is now paved from Atlanta, Georgia to Birmingham, Alabama.
Atlanta Fit - Atlanta Fit is a 26 week full & half marathon training group for walkers and runners. We accept runners and walkers of all ability levels, and prepare them for the half or full marathon distance while having fun.
Agadez 421K Desert Marathon - Detailed information for the "Agadez 421K Desert Marathon" and some useful websites for Niger.
Makin' Tracks - St. David's is a non-sectarian, non-profit organization. Our race webpage can be accessed via the "news and events" link. The website details the programs St. David's offers, which all of the race proceeds will go towards.
MissouriRunning.com - Dedicated to running in Missouri. High school, college and road races. Pictures, results, schedules, a weekly Athlete of the Week trophy given out, links, message board and much more.
TrailBaby - A place where cool active parents and their children converge, go forth and hike! Trailbaby is the place to find out information about bi-weekly hikes for you and your baby or toddler in the Atlanta area.
Sawtooth Relay - Sawtooth Relay is a very scenic 62 mile relay starting in Stanley and finishing in Sun Valley, Idaho. Enjoy views of the Sawtooth, White Cloud, Boulder and Pioneer mountains and the Salmon and Big Wood rivers. Six person teams can run or walk the course. Ultrarunners are also welcome. Our post relay party features a live band and a nice meal including trout fillets, polish sausages, rosemary herbed potatoes, cole slaw, fruit, microbrew beer and soft drinks.
Waterloo Track and Field Club - History, records, events. Austin-based track club.
West Virginia Mountain Trail Runners - Welcome to the West Virginia Mountain Trail Runners website. We are folks who enjoy the hills and hollows, the backwoods roads and trails and the magic found running the mountains of West Virginia. The West Virginia Mountain Trail Runners has members across West Virginia and from surrounding States. We are runners of all interests, from 5 mile trail runs to ultramarathons and even the occasional road race. Our club run and race calendar is growing. Please join us for a run.
Marathon Dynamics - Marathon Dynamics Running Club is a club for people who love to run. All members have 5K and 10K race experience and many are progressing to half and full marathons. Above all, we enjoy running with other like-minded people for camaraderie, support and fun. Part of that support is in encouragement during weekly runs and the other is encouragement for those in races. The Club was started in 1995 by Michael Brennan, co-owner of Marathon Dynamics Inc. or MDI, a company formed to provide running clinics and personal coaching for runners of all levels. The club was created because participants in the first marathon clinic conducted by MDI in January 1995 wanted to keep running and socializing together. Word got out, the club grew rapidly.
Otterbein College Cross Country and Track - A website about Otterbein college running.
Zeitgeist Half Marathon - Website of the Zeitgeist Half Marathon. The race features scenic rolling country roads, sunny blue skies with temperatures in the 40’s and 50’s. ChampionChip times for fast accurate results. Runners and walkers are welcome. Finisher receive an embroidered, long sleeved T-shirt. Awards are given to the first three male and female finishers and in 5 year age groups. Prize drawings are given away at the post race party. Finishers will be greeted to a great party with hot food, hot and cold drinks and live music.
RNLI Loads More Fun - An online resource detailing all the fundraising events in the United Kingdom currently organised by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.
FCmax - The most important website for runners in Argentina. We edit a free electronic newsletter in Spanish with issues for the running comunity. You will find the most complete and accurate race calendar, for those who loves 10, 21 or 42 kilometers events. Actually 170 members belong to the club FCmax. Remember when you run in Buenos Aires, look for FCmax.com.
Ha Bui - Vietnam landscapes photos, car rental and others services including hiking and trekking tours booking.
Moronacity Running Journal - Mission is to educate people about the benefits and joys of running. Training tips and programs are offered to encourage you to start running - today!
Moakley's Run for Research - Among numerous chapter events and programs, the American Liver Foundation New England Chapter website offers many details about "Moakley's Run for Research", a 5-mile road race to benefit the American Liver Foundation.
TheStick - TheStick is a revolutionary medical device for muscle trigger points and muscle pain. Rolling soft tissue and muscle encourages good circulation, relieves muscle pain, increases range of motion (flexibility) and accelerates recovery.
Peet Shoe dryer - For your wet running shoes, Peet's thermal convection drying process removes perspiration, wetness and resulting odor. Plug it in and forget it. Warm air rises naturally to circulate and penetrate soaked shoes overnight. And there's no need to remove your shoes promptly the next morning. Because you can safely dry and store footwear on the Peet dryer until shoes are ready to be worn again. It's that simple. Since Peet does not get hot or blow hot air, all footwear can now be dried without fear of shrinkage or stiffness, as typically occurs with alternative drying methods.
myRace - A Scottish website featuring race results and photos.
Central Park Track Club - The Central Park Track Club is a running club that was founded in 1972 by Dave Blackstone who is still a current member. Today, the club has close hundreds of members from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, of all ages, speeds and resting pulse rates. The club takes its name from the famous Central Park in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.
Prospect Park Track Club - Founded over 30 years ago, the Prospect Park Track Club is Brooklyn's largest and most active running club, with a membership that extends well beyond the neighborhoods surrounding Prospect Park. No matter what your age or ability, whether you are a beginner, a triathlete, a veteran marathoner, or even ultra-crazy ultra-marathoner, there is a place for you in the Prospect Park Track Club!
Maratona internazionale del Mediterraneo città di Palermo - This is the website of the Sicilian international marathon of Palermo. The circuit of the event is 21,097 kilometers for the half marathon, to be repeated two times for the marathon. This event has been officially measured according to the IAAF/AIMS rules.
ScottishSport.co.uk - ScottishSport.co.uk provides practical sports and activities information to amateur sports people, whether residents of Scotland or visitors to the country, whatever your level or ability.
Dreamer Design - Dreamer design is a company with over 40 combined years of experience in the bicycle and stroller industry. We use our experience to create quality products for you and your child. All of our innovative products meet or exceed the current testing standards available. We are constantly improving our products using your comments and input. Our team is committed to bringing you the highest-level products and service. We want you to feel confident in purchasing a dreamer product!
The Baby Jogger Company - The Baby Jogger Company started 20 years ago, when Phil Baechler decided to go running with his baby son Travis. A little tinkering on an old stroller, and the first Baby Jogger was born. He tried two wheels and it wouldn't steer. He tried four wheels and it was too heavy. Then, just like Goldilocks, he tried three wheels, and it was just right. What a wonderful invention he brought to the world, and it changed a whole industry. The Baby Jogger Company have now sold over a million strollers for runners. You would be amazed at where they have gone: there is a whole slew of them in towns above the Arctic Circle; with tribesmen in Kenya; in the "New Delhi Marathon" in India; on the Great Wall in China. All Baby Joggers are simple and elegant, and come with a lifetime guarantee.
Trent-Fleming Trail Studies Unit - Several members of Trent University and Fleming College established a Trail Studies Unit in 1992. The activities of the Trail Studies Unit include: the development and operation of a resource centre on trails; trail studies, research and trail interpretation; the production of bibliographies relating to trails; dissemination of such resources to interested agencies, trail organizations and the public; research and consulting on trails, trail management, trail interpretation, trail impacts, especially in Canada; courses and conferences relating to the development, planning, management and interpretation of trails; the production of interpretation materials and services relating to trails.
Maraton Internacional Ciudad de Panama - The website has a section on the Panama International Marathon and another section devoted to a running calendar featuring several other races on the Isthmus Road Runners annual schedule.
BolognaMaratona - The official website of the Italian marathon of Bologna, held in the month of March.
Running events added this month to the Run The Planet worldwide calendar
Minneapolis (Usa/Minnesota) Makin' Tracks for St. David's; Batopilas (Mexico) Copper Canyon to Canyon Trail Marathon+; Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) Medio Maratón de Gran Canaria; Diksmuide (Belgium) In Flanders Fields-marathon; Saint Paul (Usa/Minnesota) Race to Stop Global Warming - Twin Cities; Austin (Usa/Texas) UsaTF Southwest Regional Championships, Lions/Waterloo Annual Relays; New York City (Usa/New York) Let Freedom Run; Panama City (Panama) The International Marathon of Panama; South Boston (Usa/Massachusetts) Moakley's Run for Research; Montreal (Canada) Montreal International Marathon; Westlake Village (Usa/California) Love Run; Monclova (Usa/Ohio) Randy's Festival of Races; Oak Harbor (Usa/Washington) Whidbey Island Marathon; Bowmanville (Canada) Alfie Shrubb 8k Fun Run; San Francisco (Usa/California) San Francisco Chronicle Marathon; Wall (Usa/New Jersey) The Rat Race.
The Global Telegraph
• SPAIN / Gran Fondo Internacional de Siete Aguas
On August 23 in Siete Aguas, the Valencian community witnessed a challenging hilly 15.1 kilometers road race, the "Gran Fondo Internacional de Siete Aguas"... read more online
• MALTA / Speed development congress
Speed is at the basis of every athletic discipline be it track or field, sprints or long distances. And Speed Development will be the subject of a forthcoming European Athletic Coaches Association Congress... read more online
• CANADA / Streaming Finish Cam
Marathon Video announced its recent participation in the construction of a "Streaming Finish Cam" for the "10k Runto" race, which took place July 27 in Toronto. The "Finish Cam"... read more online
• VIRGINIA (USA) / The first off-road half Iron triathlon in America
Odyssey at oarevents.com is offering a new option for athletes who might not be ready for the full-blown "Off-Road Iron Triathlon". The "Odyssey Off-Road Half Iron"... read more online
• CROATIA / On the most beautiful terrains on European Continent
"Terra Incognita" is an adventure race that involves four-member teams that race non-stop for the five days and nights over 400 kilometers through some of the most beautiful terrains on European Continent... read more online
• GERMANY / Paul Tergat to run the Anniversary Marathon in Berlin
The "Berlin Marathon" succeeds in committing the second fastest marathon runner of all times. The Kenyan Paul Tergat is without a doubt one of the greatest runners of all times. His accumulation of successes could hardly be more impressive... read more online
• ARGENTINA / National Half Marathon Championships
On August 10 the Argentine National Half Marathon Championships in Magdalena had Oscar Cortinez win in 65:28, with Gustavo Comba second in... read more online
• CALIFORNIA (USA) / Woman beats man by twentyfive minutes
Seventythree runners from twelve countries and twentythree American states ran 135 miles non-stop from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney on July 22-24 in the "Badwater Ultramarathon". Pam Reed repeated her 2002 overall victory by once again beating all her female and male competitors... 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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Statistics show that people who run regularly are thinner, have lower cholesterol, and live longer, healthier lives. But, as you know, getting a running regimen started is not as easy as picking up a pair of sneakers and shooting out the door. Fortunately, veteran marathon runner Art Libermann had teamed up with podiatrist Stephen Pribut and publishing professional Carlo DeVito to create the ultimate reference. Author Art Liberman is also a long-time running coach, and founder of the popular marathon training website marathontraining.com. Sports podistrist Stephen Pribut, M.D., is also a marathon runner. Carlo DeVito is the author of several publications. "The Everything Running Book" is a quick and easy guide to getting started on a running program that works for you. This complete book covers everything you need to know, from eating right, stretching, and treating common injuries to strapping on the right pair of sneakers and hitting the track or treadmill. "The Everything Running Book" features practical advice on what to eat and not to eat before and after a run, how to stretch before and after a run, how to cross-train with weights and other activities, how to regulate water intake, how to create a running plan based on your age, sex, medical history, and lifestyle. Whether you are looking for a low-cost way to get in shape or are training for a marathon, "The Everything Running Book" is the perfect way to set realistic goals and achieve them - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
"We may train or peek for a certain race but running is a lifetime sport". This instructional tape that was directed by Ambrose Salmini and hosted by Alberto Salazar is just as relevant today as it was during its release in 1990. Packed full of elite runners, primarily in competition against one another, each aspect is illustrated well as the slow motion movement drives home the main points that are also summarized on screen for emphasis. This nostalgic filled hour long lesson is divided into seven sections: setting goals (whether it is to improve fitness, maintain speed in a race, or set a personal record, by setting your focus on both short and long term goals you are sure to improve), philosophy (taking less than two minutes on this tape, you will see that an individual at any level will find rewards by running), running technique (a quarter of this video is dedicated to going through a runner's form from "top to bottom" comparing the technique of many elite athletes including Ignacio Fragoso, Doug Padilla, Ibrahim Hussein, Salvatore Bettiol, Ed Eyestone, Kim Jones, Geoff Smith, Steve Jones, Toshihiko Seko, Francie Larrieu Smith, Pat Peterson, Julius Kariuki, Steve Scott, John Sinclair, and other award winning athletes), training methods (encompassing nearly twenty minutes, more athletes are used to demonstrate specific concepts of mileage, intervals, hills, cross country, cross training, fartlek, adventure running, ultrarunning, uphill and downhill form, drills, and weight training; race footage from the "New York City Marathon", "Bloomsday", "Cascade Run Off", "Carlsbad 5000", "Boston Marathon", Men and Women's Olympic Marathon Trials, "San Blas Marathon", Honolulu, Peachtree and the Falmouth Road Races are all used to stress the variety of training philosophies); injury prevention (only a few minutes are dedicated to the need to being smart to avoid running injuries; the use of rest, moderation, cross training and returning to performance levels slowly are emphasized), mental preparation (Salazar shares his experience with the 1982 "Boston Marathon", where he and Dick Beardsley had their "duel in the sun" with Salazar winning in 2:08:52, the best Boston time by an American until Bob Kempainen in 1994), racing (know your pacing, review the course, hydrate properly, and then go for it, and you will improve your competitiveness by adapting to the weather, keeping contact, initiating surges, using the aid stations correctly, tucking into the pack, and knowing your limits based on your fitness level; these points are revealed with footage of Rolando Vera, Janis Klecker, Cathy O'Brien, Cyndie Welte, and Alberto Salazar finishing the 1980 "New York City Marathon" in 2:09:41, the first of three consecutive wins, that are all shown in the last ten minutes of this presentation).
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Run The Planet Statistics
0025 New running course descriptions this month 2189 Cities activated on Run The Planet 2926 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0000 New nations or territories activated this month 0217 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0016 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1260 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0031 New links on "Running links" this month 1791 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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