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WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING GOOD TO READ
This month is all about the numbers. Numbers say a lot about the achievements you made possible. So let's start counting without further ado.
Over 20,000 are the runners receiving this month's issue of the newsletter. Over 3000 is the number of the cities activated on Run The Planet to date, with almost 4000 running descriptions available in our database. Two short of 2000, as we write, is the number of organized running events in our worldwide calendar and over 2000 the links in our directory.
Last month we all ran faster runs to dedicate more time to filling up the gap, and it paid off. We are now able to offer you descriptions for 7 new territories: Bouvet Island (Antarctica), Faroe Islands (Europe), Saint Helena (Africa), Guernsey (Europe), Jarvis Island (Oceania), Navassa Island (Central America), Clipperton Island (Central America). In some of these places you can definitely log beautiful runs, in some other cases you would be lucky just to be able to get there, as we are talking about some of the most remote islands on the planet (in one case, a pirate island!).
This month we welcome Planeteers visiting for the absolute first time from 2 new locations: Saint Helena and the still undocumented territory of Heard & McDonald Islands (if you read us from there, share a running course description with us fellow runners!).
Our reference library now counts 3 additional webpages: the inspiring chronicle Onward and upward by Steve Avery in our Tell The Planet section; the practical Marathon pace band tool that allows you to create a marathon pace band (it includes also a miles to kilometers conversion table); and the fictional short story Running mate by Sharolett Koenig.
Phil The Frog, in his role as the Run The Planet Ambassador among runners of the whole world, collected 7 new entries on his journal and 19 new images in his photo album. He met Bob the Bear who had a special marathon shirt made for occasion; ran the "Fox Cities Marathon"; met the F.R.O.G. running group (Fabulous Runners of Greater Sheboygan) and the unnamed call-to-run frog; participated in the "Lakefront Marathon" with American Champion ultrarunner Roy Pirrung. And now he is off to Sweden for more fantastic adventures. Stay tuned.
Finally a countdown: there are only 2 months left to our Grand 1996-2006 10th Year Anniversary. Yes,Run The Planet is that old! Let's dust the champagne glasses.
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Luzern (Switzerland)
By Jackson Thompson - An early morning alternative or addition to a run along the lake is a run through old town. Starting on the north bank cross Kapelbrucke (Chapel Bridge) at mid-bridge stands the Wasserturm, an octagonal tower that is Luzerns symbol. I cross over each bridge along the river Reuss, moving upstream. After crossing the macabre Spreuerbrucke (this bridge features a series of medieval-style 17th Century plague paintings by Kaspar Meglinger titled Dance of Death), continue on St. Karli-Quai to the town wall. Take the path outside the wall passing grazing cows and Luzerns oldest clock. At the end of the wall head north to the Lion monument, a dedication to the Swiss guards who died protecting Louis XVI, truly one of the saddest monuments in Europe. This is my turnaround. After returning to my starting point if the town still sleeps, I run through the squares (wine and corn market) and the narrow cobblestone streets.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Aurora (Usa/Colorado), Barcelona (Spain), Bouvet Island), Brussels (Belgium), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Chania (Greece), Charleston (Usa/South Carolina), Clipperton Island), Columbia (Usa/South Carolina), Cromwell (New Zealand), Crown Point (Usa/Indiana), Curitiba (Brazil), Dortmund (Germany), Duluth (Usa/Minnesota), Dunedin (Usa/Florida), Emeryville (Usa/California), Fall River (Usa/Massachusetts), Getafe (Spain), Gold Coast (Australia), Hannover (Germany), Hinesville (Usa/Georgia), Jamestown (Saint Helena), Jarvis Island), Kansas City (Usa/Missouri), Ljubljana (Slovenia), London (United Kingdom), Louisville (Usa/Kentucky), Luzern (Switzerland), Madrid (Spain), Milano (Italy), Moranbah (Australia), Navassa Island), Omaha (Usa/Nebraska), Paris (France), Pittsburgh (Usa/Pennsylvania), Port Macquarie (Australia), Provo (Usa/Utah), Roma (Italy), Runavík (Faroe Islands), Saint Charles (Usa/Illinois), Saint Peter Port (Guernsey), San Diego (Usa/California), Santiago de Compostela (Spain), Southport (Usa/Connecticut), Spring (Usa/Texas), Taloyoak (Canada), Tromsø (Norway), Valdosta (Usa/Georgia), Vienna (Austria), Windsor (United Kingdom), Zurich (Switzerland).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
Bouvet Island (Antarctica), Faroe Islands (Europe), Saint Helena (Africa), Guernsey (Europe), Jarvis Island (Oceania), Navassa Island (Central America), Clipperton Island (Central America).
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
Women Sports Jobs - An online career center for women in the sports industry, and for women interested in sports related fields. The website provides an online platform for connecting sports enterprises with the most qualified career-minded individuals. Members have the ability to search hundreds of jobs in the sports industry, while employers can search a pool of qualified and diversified candidates. Jobs are posted daily to provide you with the most current and up-to-date opportunities in the industry.
Momentum - A retail destination offering gear for the self-propelled. Momentum was created to cater to the specialized needs of athletes who run, walk or swim. The store's highly experienced and knowledgeable staff is committed to helping individuals of every skill level achieve their personal best.
Maratón Internacional de Buenos Aires - The official website of the Buenos Aires marathon in Argentina.
Deutschlandlauf - The official website of the Deutschlandlauf, a road race crossing Germany from the northernmost tip to the southernmost part at the Swiss boarder.
Frælsur Ítróttur Føroya - The official website of the Faroese Athletics Federation.
Saint Helena Festival of Running - The website of the most remote and most exclusive running festival in the world. The week-long festival consists of three events, held on separate days: a 10K road race (with a 3 kilometre fun run/walk option), a full or half marathon two days later, and, at the end of the Festival week, the ascent of the famed Jacob's Ladder, a 699-step climb out of Jamestown. The festival lays claim to the title of the most remote run in the world, due to the fact that Saint Helena island is one of the most remote inhabited islands in the world. There is no airport and the island's only regular link with mainland civilization is the RMS St Helena which can accommodate only 130 passengers aboard its well-appointed suites. This limits the number of runners which can participate and may well also make it the most exclusive running event.
Guernsey Island Amateur Athletic Club - The club provides support for all aspects of athletics - track & field, road and cross country running for all ages and both sexes.
Run / Walk across America - This educational website supports a Physical Education curriculum at Russell Elementary School in Missoula, Montana. The Run Across America challenge, from Cannon Beach, Oregon to Lewes, Delaware, is designed to promote physical activity as a way of life and to encourage the school's 4th and 5th grade students to be more conscious of their health and nutrition. During the 39 weeks of the school year the 4th and 5th grade students of Russell Elementary are running and walking each week to see if either class (or both, but not combined) can accumulate enough running and/or walking miles in the Physical Education program to virtually cross the United States on a predetermined 3,200-mile route.
Tunnel Vision - An idea spawned by an adventure-racing athlete who needed a better solution to keep sweat out of his eyes. Traditional headbands and wraps just did not do the trick, so we developed a new headband alternative, designed to withstand any amount of sweat.
jogTunes - A music service for runners and joggers. Songs and instrumentals are listed if their cadence matches typical jogging and running paces. This way, users can enjoy running "to the beat". All tunes are from the iTunes Music Store and can be downloaded via links from jogTunes.com. They can be sorted by genre, artist, and beats-per-minute. There are playlists for casual 30 minute runners but long distance runners can pick and choose songs and play them in segments during long runs.
Logan's Run - The personal website of Logan Beaulieu, an ultrarunner from Edmonton, Alberta. He was in a near fatal car crash when he was 16 years old, and he lingered in a coma for over sixteen days, suffering paralysis as well as multiple fractures. He awoke on that sixteenth day and have never stopped running nor given up, despite facing the biggest challenge of his life.
Recycled Runners - Most runners are keen on looking after our environment and in helping those less fortunate than ourselves. So many pairs of running shoes are worn then dumped when so many people in the world have to go barefoot. This is a non-profit organisation that collects old and discarded running shoes from Australian runners and passes them on to needy runners in the Australia and Pacific region.
Night-Gear Inc. - Night-Gear Inc. is for people who play or work at night. We sell high-quality reflective clothing as well as flashlights and headlamps. If you need to be seen at night this is the site for you.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Stralsund (Germany), Deutschland Lauf; Como (Italy), Camminata d'autunno in viola; Urbana (Usa/Illinois), Rattlesnake Master Run; Villa La Angostura (Argentina), Cruce de los Andes; Eldersburg (Usa/Maryland), Rogue Road-To-Trail 5 Miler; Columbia (Usa/South Carolina), World Run Day - Columbia; Decatur (Usa/Georgia), Annual 5K Race / Walk for Literacy and Tot Trot; Raleigh (Usa/North Carolina), World Run Day - Raleigh; Augusta (Usa/Georgia), World Run Day - Augusta; Firenze (Italy), Trofeo Circolo CampoMarte; Roma (Italy), Maratonina San Michele Arcangelo; Firenze (Italy), Trofeo Le Panche; Ciriè (Italy), Corri col treno; Cape Town (South Africa), Gun Run; Delhi (India), Delhi International Marathon; Parkersburg (Usa/West Virginia), Parkersburg News and Sentinel Half Marathon; Cleveland (Usa/Ohio), Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon & 10k; Savona (Italy), Trofeo Simone Robotti; Prato (Italy), Trofeo Giacomo Matteotti; Tooele (Usa/Utah), Tooele City 5k Freedom Run; Orbetello (Italy), Trofeo Corri nella Riserva; Walferdange (Luxembourg), Walfer Vollekslaf; Eagle River (Usa/Wisconsin), Journeys Marathon; Prato (Italy), Scarpirinata narnalese; Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain), Carrera del Atlantico, Canary Islands Half Marathon; Verona (Italy), Sgambetada tra i campi e l'Adese; Congers (Usa/New York), Self-Transcendence Marathon; Sheboygan (Usa/Wisconsin), YMCA Doug Opel's Run for the Kids; Rome (Usa/Georgia), Mountain Day 5K; Gold Coast (Australia), Gold Coast Airport Marathon; Como (Italy), Camminata d'autunno in viola; Reading (United Kingdom), Reading O2O 10k; Cinquale di Montignoso (Italy), Mare monti mare, memorial Antonio Filippone; Roma (Italy), Campestre del Capo Due Rami; Southport (Usa/Connecticut), Pequot Runners Thanksgiving Day 5 Mile Race; Alba Fucens (Italy), Alba Fucens Archeo Trail; Bari (Italy), Maratonina del Levante - Barincorsa; Cogoleto (Italy), Camminata di Cogoleto; Basovizza (Italy), Trofeo Running World; Soverato (Italy), Maratonina dello Jonio; Jamestown (Saint Helena (Saint Helena), St Helena Festival of Running; San Jose (Usa/California), Annual E-Race Racism Run; Tivoli (Italy), Gran Prix Città di Tivoli.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• SOUTH DAKOTA (USA) / A monumental challenge from Mt. Rushmore to Crazy Horse
Recently taken over by new management, the all new "Mt. Rushmore Marathon" and "Crazy Horse Half Marathon" is making some monumental changes to this year's event. Surrounded by the beautiful Black Hills and two of America's most popular monuments... read more online in the October 2005 issue
• NETHERLANDS / World best Haile Gebrselassie
Haile Gebrselassie (Ethiopia) ran the fastest 10 miles ever in 44:24 on Sunday September 4th in Tilburg. These are his splits: 13:46... read more online in the October 2005 issue
• SOUTH KOREA / Two sisters from Ethiopia
On a cool (20-18 °C) and breezy September 24th in Korea's World Cup Stadium in Daegu, a Meeting's women's 5000m featured double world... read more online in the October 2005 issue
• COLORADO (USA) / Janus Charity Challenge tops $10 million
The Janus Charity Challenge program crossed a milestone at the 2005 "Ford Ironman Wisconsin". The program, which began in 2001, hit the $10 million mark at... read more online in the October 2005 issue
• CALIFORNIA (USA) / Seeking employees who love to run
Established family owned business with over 25 years history is seeking employees who love to run. We have a managerial position available... read more online in the October 2005 issue
• ILLINOIS (USA) / Quad City Marathon times went out the window
On a very humid and warm September 25th in Moline, "Quad City Marathon" times went out the window due to temperatures climbing into the 70s and humidity hovering at 90%... read more online in the October 2005 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:
•What is the proper way to hydrate? - When I run half and full marathons, I get so dehydrated that I run out of energy near the end, and my leg muscles cramp up. I have tried drinking sports drinks and all of the recommended fluids to prevent dehydration, but I just can't seem to overcome the problem. What is the proper way to hydrate before and during a long run? - Dripping Dry
•Should I avoid city running all together? - I run five miles every day through the streets of a major metropolitan city. I find that much of my time is spent dodging automobile traffic, and waiting for the lights to change. How can I remain safe from an accident, while at the same time maintaining my running pace and good form? Should I avoid city running all together? - Downtown Trodder
•Should I have someone look at the way I run? - I have been running for a few months now, and my daily and weekly mileage has increased to around five a day, thirty per week. As my distance has increased I have begun feeling pain across areas of my lower legs. Someone told me I should have a "gait analysis" done to see if my feet "run funny". What is the point of having someone look at the way I run? How will that help ease my pain? - Funny Feet
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
For serious runners, weekend joggers, or occasional power walkers, here is the ultimate running guide to the Atlanta area, written by a veteran runner with an intimate knowledge of the American city's streets and byways. The book features over forty runs throughout the metro area of the capital city of Georgia, including three major race routes, covering in total more than three hundred miles. The routes are grouped by region with a detailed map and information for each course, including distance, terrain, hill factor, nearby attractions and landmarks, parking, and public transportation. A brief overview of each route is also provided. A veteran of eight years and thousands of miles of serious running and training in the Atlanta area, Mike Cosentino has selected routes that are useful for runners of every level and provide a tour of the best Atlanta has to offer: neighborhoods, parks, landmarks, notable streets, and great places to unwind after a run. "As a major running center, Atlanta is thrice-blessed: beautiful terrain, enthusiastic runners, and now a comprehensive guide to bring the two together - every city should be so lucky!" said Sam Pettway, president of the American Running Association. The book is, in fact, an indispensable guide for residents, newcomers, and tourists on the go. The author completed more than thirty marathons and a number of ultras, including the "Kettle Moraine" and "Western States" 100-mile endurance races and the "Ironman Florida" triathlon. Cosentino received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University and a master's degree in sports administration from Ohio University in 1994. He lives with his wife and son in Atlanta - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
"Saint Ralph - Finding yourself on the starting line of life" is a delightfully entertaining film, the summer hit for all you running film fans. A sports comedy drama that you should not pass up. Set in a Catholic school environment, the story follows fourteen year old Ralph who is seeking a miracle to save his mother from a coma. Played by Adam Butcher, Ralph is "sentenced" to the cross country team by the headmaster after getting in trouble for watching a women in a shower at the public pool (thus the PG-13 rating for brief nudity). Ralph later concludes that if he performs an impossible running feat that it might be the miracle needed to save his mother’s life. The cross country coach, Father Hibbert (Campbell Scott), recognizes his running talent and invests in training him as he sets out to win the 1954 "Boston marathon". The running sequences are some of the best shot, and no wonder with the writing and directing credits going to past "Detroit marathon" winner Michael McGowan (2:18.11). No one aspect of running is labored, instead a range of running methods and techniques are explored in a charming manner. Realism of the time far outweigh any running cliches that are commonly seen in feature productions. Training progression, hill repeats, intervals, nutrition, weight training, volume, pacing, and racing strategy are all interwoven into this tale. Two other races are used in preparation for the marathon goal, each with its own lesson being delivered. "Like the martyr, I’m embracing pain" says Ralph. A striking aspect of "Saint Ralph", is that in addition to the running, are the numerous relationships that are developed and explored. Strong ties, conflicts, dreams, temptations, and challenges give real meaning to each person working from their perspective and giving their most. This production is giving back to the running community by teaming with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team in Training group and the summer Nike Running Camps where it will be shown. Filmed in Ontario (Canada), this 98 minute feature will bring you a big smile.
Visit the "Rtp Museum" webpage with its Worldwide Gallery and World Art Tour to see more running, hiking, walking, or feet related masterpieces and where to run while visiting the city hosting the art piece
The Gaelic Kingdom of Dál Riata and the royal centre of Dunadd is a hill fort set in the green landscape of modern day Argyll, where a footprint in the rock marks the spot where the Gaelic kings were symbolically married to the land they were to rule. Dunadd hill fort is the foundation stone of the Kingdom of the Scots. It was the royal centre of the kingdom of Dál Riata, where the Kings of Scotland and their peoples, the Gaels, gave Scotland its name and Gaelic culture. The Kingdom of Dál Riata once stretched northwards to Ardnamurchen, west to northern Ireland and south to Arran and the Mull of Kintyre. Stone ramparts, the remains of which can be seen today, once surrounded Dunadd. Entry was through a natural cleft in the rock sealed by wooden gates. Beyond the gate were houses and workshops for smelting iron and gold. An important trading centre, many goods flowed through it: gold from Ireland, wine from southern Europe, even rare minerals from the far east used by scribes to color manuscripts. Through a second set of ramparts lay Dunadd's summit and just below the summit, on an outcrop of rock, lies the inauguration stone of the Kings of Dál Riata. A footprint carved into the rock is the most striking symbol of Scottish Kingship. Here the king's of Dál Riata, from Aedan to Kenneth MacAlpine, were inaugurated, their followers gathering below. The King would place his foot in the hole, symbolizing his union with the land. Kingship brought expectations that a new king would bring fertility, bountiful seasons and success in war. The ceremony was partly pagan (a symbolic marriage to the land, with the king's bard reciting his genealogy back to his mythic ancestors) and part Christian (as the kings were blessed by the abbot of Iona). The majority of the information found on this piece is credited to www.bbc.co.uk.
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.
Unfinished business - As we get deeper and deeper into the training program, the memory of why you started on this journey may start to fade. You may have to think long and hard about what exactly is was that motivated you to begin. The danger, right now, is that you will stand at the starting line not having given yourself the full benefit of the training program. Recommit to your training to avoid finding yourself at finish line wondering how well you might have done.
HOT SHOES / PHOTO OF THE MONTH
Crossing a river during the "Western States Trail Run" in 2004
Image © by Jürgen Ankenbrand
RUN THE PLANET SATELLITES
• Africa - South Africa: Celtic Harriers since April 2003.
• North America - Canada: RunnersWeb.com since November 2002. Usa/California: East Bay Striders since July 2001. Usa/Illinois: Chicago Distance Classic since February 2002. Usa/Illinois: Second Wind Running Club since March 2002. Usa/Georgia: Race Pace since June 2001. Usa/Nevada: Las Vegas Marathon since July 2001. Usa/Tennessee: Chattanooga Track Club since July 2001. Usa/Texas: Cross Country Club of Dallas since June 2001. Usa/Texas: Fort Worth Runners Club since July 2001. Usa/Virginia: Williamsburg Area Running since May 2002.
• South America - Argentina: Run The Planet Argentina since March 2004. Brazil: Run The Planet Brasil since May 2001. Brazil: Copacabana Runners since March 2002. Colombia: Run The Planet Colombia since March 2005.
• Europe - Belgium: Arthur's Marathon Page since July 2001. France: Run The Planet France since October 2002. Ireland: Crusaders Athletic Club since August 2001. Italy: Run The Planet Italia since May 2001. Italy: Correre nel deserto since May 2001. Italy: Dead Runners Society Italia since May 2001. Italy: Penguin Brigade Italia since May 2001. Italy: Podismo since May 2001. Italy: DRS Central since September 2004. Malta: Sovereign Running Order of Malta since May 2001. San Marino: Drs San Marino since May 2001. Spain: Run The Planet España since September 2002. Switzerland: Drs Svizzera since May 2001. Vatican City: Drs Vaticano since May 2001.
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RUN THE PLANET STATISTICS
0061 New running course descriptions this month 3020 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3930 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0007 New nations or territories activated this month 0242 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0043 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1998 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0013 New links on "Running links" this month 2274 Links on "Running links"• Are you a Planeteer? - Runners are visiting Run The Planet from the following 174 countries and territories (and the list keeps growing!): Albania, American Samoa, Andorra, Angola, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Armenia, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Azerbaidjan, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belarus, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bhutan, Bolivia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Christmas Islands, Cocos (Keeling Islands), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Eritrea, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Heard & McDonald Islands, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montserrat, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, Rwanda, Saint Helena, 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, Turks and Caicos Islands, 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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