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The end of the year is rapidly approaching and we are dedicated to complete the running map of the whole planet before January 2005. This is our goal and we are running fast to reach such an important finish line. We won't stop running after that, do not worry, but at least we will approach the next run with a renewed enthusiasm.
In the meantime we are toasting and congratulating each other, as last month we received running course descriptions on where to run in Western Sahara (Africa) and Palau (Oceania). With these two new never-before-documented places, Africa is now completed (that is,Run The Planet offers now descriptions on where to run anywhere in this continent, you simply choose your destination!) and Oceania is very close to be completed as well (we are still waiting for suggestions on the Midway Islands and on Wake Island, both military bases). Additionally, we are still missing Syria in Asia, Martinique in Central America and Saint Pierre & Miquelon in North America.
But the historic day is in sight. The largest and most completed running suggestions database is about to have every nation and territory of the whole world represented, for you to pick, pack, travel and run.
Until then, let's not have another achievement go unnoticed.Run The Planet is featuring this month more than 3500 descriptions! Imagine a race with three thousand and five hundred participants, and imagine you being the organizer with pen and paper having to manually list each one of them. Pretty huge task, isn't it?
Well, now you get our point. We usually do not indulge too much in self-celebration, but it is a big thing indeed.
As per the monthly improvements to Run The Planet, let us highlight the addition of a new funny video clip in our Rtp Movie webpage, new marathon courses in our Marathon Mania section, and new photos in our Photo Album.
A comprehensive new article All about hiking poles has been posted in our Hike The Planet section. If you end your walks wishing your knees or whole legs were in better shape you might as well benefit from using poles, as you can lower the amount of stress on them by taking the weight onto the poles through your arms.
Another article worth mentioning is the running guide to Switzerland: a trail runner's paradise. Long known as a top travel destination for hikers, Switzerland is rapidly gaining equal acclaim for its running scene, with races such as the Jungfrau and Davos marathons drawing an international field. If you wouldn't mix the words "fun" and "26.2 miles up a mountain", no worries. The Swiss landscape offers options for every trail runner, including flat city multi-use trails and graded farm-to-farm paths.
Our Rtp Shoes section is featuring this month two new articles: Why defective shoes can hurt you on how running shoes with manufacturer's defects and excessive mileage can physically hurt runners, and ultimately take you away from the sport you love, and an article introducing A self-adjusting running shoe with a sensor and a small computer capable of making five million calculations per second, that works like a human reflex nerve.
Finally, do not miss the latest adventures of Phil the Frog in Texas. He ended up nothing short than driving the Space Shuttle!
To all of you the best wishes for great runs!
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Medellín (Colombia)
By J.C. Tripp - I run in Medellín just about every day and love it. The city is framed by mountains, the weather is warm but not too humid, and there are a number of routes available. I prefer to run either on the cycle paths in Suramericana-Laureles area or up to Cerro el Volador which offers a stunning view of the city. Cerro el Volador is one of two hills inside Medellín, the other being Cerro Nutibara, which has paths and a little small scale pueblo at its top. Previously I ran various roads in Poblado and also did some serious mountain running last summer in the Robledo neighborhood (which probably would not be advised). Apart from cars that never stop for pedestrians and the diesel buses that can spew smoke, I have found running here to be pleasant and without problems. The air can be thick sometimes and I have found it best to go in the morning. Also, early afternoon siesta and school dismissals tend to make things clogged at that time.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Adana (Turkey), Ankara (Turkey), Bonifay (Usa/Florida), Boston (Usa/Massachusetts), Boulder (Usa/Colorado), Budapest (Hungary), Büyükada (Turkey), Castel Maggiore (Italy), Cervignano del Friuli (Italy), Chattanooga (Usa/Tennessee), Christchurch (New Zealand), Dakhla (Western Sahara), Dunedin (New Zealand), Eberbach (Germany), Firenze (Italy), Istanbul (Turkey), Izmir (Turkey), Jackson (Usa/Mississippi), Karsiyaka (Turkey), Kilmacolm (United Kingdom), Koror (Palau), Kumamoto (Japan), Las Vegas (Usa/Nevada), Lausanne (Switzerland), Lima (Peru), Medellín (Colombia), Monterey (Usa/California), Monza (Italy), Neckarsteinach (Germany), Nicolosi (Italy), Parkville (Usa/Missouri), Parma (Italy), Phoenix (Usa/Arizona), Piazza Armerina (Italy), San Antonio (Usa/Texas), San Francisco (Usa/California), Stuttgart (Germany), Teramo (Italy), Unterpremstätten (Austria), Utrecht (Netherlands), Wichita Falls (Usa/Texas), Worcester (United Kingdom).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
Western Sahara, Palau.
Nations still missing to complete Run The Planet
(Asia) Syria; (Central America) Martinique; (North America) Saint Pierre & Miquelon; (Oceania) Midway Islands, Wake Island.
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
Appalachian Trail Conference - The Appalachian Trail Conference is a volunteer-based, private, non profit organization dedicated to the preservation, management, and promotion of the Appalachian Trail as a primitive setting for outdoor recreation (on foot) and for learning.
The Appalachian Trail Home Page - A very informative website on the Appalachian Trail, a continuous marked footpath that goes from Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in Georgia, a distance of about 2160 miles.
Boulder Running - A great resource for finding places to run in Boulder, Colorado, along with running groups and retail stores.
Running Guide Amsterdam - (Dutch). A comprehensive guide with information and suggestion about running in Amsterdam.
Great Lake Relay - The ultimate team relay (for runners and walkers), on one of the world's most picturesque courses.
AchillesTendon.com - The Achilles Tendon Encyclopedia for people who have, want to recover, or want to prevent (or prevent the reoccurrence of) an Achilles tendon injury. This website features information on injury prevention, injuries, injury treatment, footwear, specialists, physiology, research, news, and more.
Loco Sports Inc. - Loco Sports was founded in 2003 by runners who believed that loyal core runners deserved a company truly dedicated to the sport of running and to the running community. It is a company owned by runners who are committed to the sport of running and giving back to the running community. Loco Sports is experienced in developing running shoes, with over 35 years of hands-on expertise creating some of most popular running shoes ever made.
Switzerland: a trail runner's paradise - With over 50,000 kilometers of maintained trails and an average altitude of over 4000 feet, Switzerland actually earns the often-used compliment, "trail runner\'s paradise". As easy on the eyes as it is tough on the lungs, trail running in Switzerland can mean anything from an easy jog through a field of grazing brown cows to a steep and rocky quad-burner at 8000 feet.
DFW Racewalkers - We are a racewalking club serving the Dallas Ft. Worth (Texas) metroplex. Our goal is to provide a fun, friendly, and supportive atmosphere for walkers of all levels.
Miami Runners Club - A club that welcomes athletes of all ages and ability levels. We are a club that prides itself on the diversity of its members. In a multicultural community we are a force that brings its people together with the common goal of spreading the word of fitness and good health throughout South Florida and beyond.
Running Shoe Database - Interactive wizard to help you find the running shoe that is correct for you.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Mission (Canada) Spring Ahead 1/2 marathon, 10k, 5k Race; Port Angeles (Usa/Washington) North Olympic Discovery Marathon; San Jose (Costa Rica) The Coastal Challenge; Bonifay (Usa/Florida) Chase your dreams 5k run/walk and 1 mile fun run; Nieuwpoort (Belgium) In Flanders Fields-marathon; Richmond (Usa/Kentucky) Fort Boonesborough 5K Race; Pikeville (Usa/Kentucky) 2004 Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis; Hurghada (Egypt) Hurghada half-marathon; Ellera (Italy) Maratonina del vitello d'oro; Vladivostok (Russia) The Great Russian Race; Casper (Usa/Wyoming) Casper Marathon; Salisbury (Usa/Maryland) Healthy U of Delmarva 5k run/walk and Fitness Expo; Decatur (Usa/Georgia) 5K Race for Literacy; San Benedetto del Tronto (Italy) Maratonina dei Magi; Resolute (Canada) Northwest Passage Marathon Races; Serravalle Pistoiese (Italy) Corri corri da Castracani a Barbarossa; Appleton (Usa/Wisconsin) Community First Fox Cities Marathon; Orlando (Usa/Florida) Orlando Xtreme Marathon, Half Marathon.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• MARYLAND (USA) / First time marathoner research
Bea Carson, doctoral student at The George Washington University, is embarking on her dissertation research. The intent of this research is to measure non-physical changes that are experienced by individuals completing their first marathon... read more online in the November 2004 issue
• RUSSIA / From Pushkin to St. Petersburg
Here are the results of the 78th edition of the race "Pushkin-St-Petersburg", held on a 30 kilomters course on September 19, 2004: (men) 1. Alexei Sokolov 1.30.45, 2. Mikhail Minyuhin 1.32.34, 3. Sergei Aleksandrov... read more online in the November 2004 issue
• UNITED KINGDOM / Belgrave Harriers win the AAA Road Relay Championships
On October 23rd in Sutton Coldfield, England, the AAA Road Relay Champs men's race (6x5.847 kilometers legs) had the Belgrave Harriers (Nash, Blackledge, Barden, Sharp, Anderson, Miles) taking the team title in 1:44:35, with Aldershot Farnham & District second in... read more online in the November 2004 issue
• BHUTAN / A remarkable running event in the last Shagri-La
On November 13, in the remote Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, the "Bhutan International Marathon" will be held to support the Olympic development program in Bhutan. Bhutan is a quiet nation perched in the Himalayas between India and Tibet, just east of Nepal... read more online in the November 2004 issue
• OHIO (USA) / Masters star Hosack passes away at 102
Masters track & field star Everett Hosack died July 29 in North Carolina, UsaTF has learned. He was 102 years old. Hosack was an iconic figure at Usa Track & Field masters meets since he joined the Over The Hill Track Club (Lake Erie Association) in 1980, setting scores of national and world age-group records even into his second century... read more online in the November 2004 issue
• ALGERIA / The Pan-Arab Games in Algiers
Between October 4th and 8th in Algiers were held the "Pan-Arab Games". The first day's men's 10,000 meters went to Khaled El Amri (Morocco) in 29:51.46, and women's 5000 meters to Souad Ait Salem in 16:02.14. On October 6th the women's 10,000 meters had... read more online in the November 2004 issue
• WORLD RUN DAY / The Global Fitness and Charity Challenge
"World Run Day", the international celebration of running and charitable giving now in its sixth year, takes place this year on November 7. Since 1999, thousands from around the world have participated in "World Run Day" by running - any distance, anywhere - in organized events, small groups, or individually in the "Virtual Run"... read more online in the November 2004 issue
RUN THE PLANET MAIL
While you were running did you ever have a question? Did you ever have an opinion about something and ask yourself "Is it just me?"? Did you ever come up with a great idea and wonder if you could just tell everyone the world would be a better place? Did you ever have a revelation and want to share it with others? Well now is your chance to address any one of these question, and basically anything else you come up with while you are running. To hear an opinion, or run an idea past someone. Visit the "Rtp Mail" webpage to receive an answer to your running related questions or to read an opinion about your running thoughts. Here are the last three question asked:
•How harmful is it to swallow a bug while running? - Every so often, especially during the Spring or late Summer, while running outside I will accidentally swallow a flying bug! This happens when the insect swarms around my head and I inhale it! Is there anything I can do to avoid this from happening and how harmful is it to swallow a bug? - Bug Biter
•Are there studies on road race cheering? - I have been running road races for several years now, and I have noticed that the quality and enthusiasm of the cheering crowds change from mile to mile. Have any social studies been conducted to explore the phenomenon of road race cheering, and what advice would you give to a crowd of race spectators situated at various locations along the race course? - Cheerleading Cherub
•Why do we need to replace our shoes so often? - Even with all the new technology and research in running shoes, why do the experts still recommend that we replace our shoes every five hundred miles? It seems to me that as the price of shoes increase, their life span should increase as well - Everlasting Shoes
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
A book on running that active parents can read to their kids (or to grandchildren, or to nieces and nephews). Two children tell all about their running dad - how he runs in the winter and in the summer, through the woods and mountains, on beaches and the streets of their neighborhood. They like to watch as he goes forth each day, and they go to all his road races and cheer him on. They are impressed by their dad's running, and they know it makes him "happy and healthy and strong". But one day, while the family is hiking in the woods and they find an injured rock-climber, the kids see their dad run to the rescue in a heartpounding sequence of action scenes, and save the day. This is a book for all kids, and not just in running households. It shows the health benefits and simple joys of running, pluys a dramatic, heroic use of it. Parents and kids alike will enjoy reading and re-reading this story. "Run, Dad, Run!" celebrates running, glorifying the notion that a little sweat and dedication can bring happiness and strenght, and allow you to be part of the natural world every day. (Plus, you could get to be a hero!). In an age where childhood obesity is rampant and videogames hold children spellbound indoors, the message of "Run, Dad, Run!" should be heard in every home and classroom. A particular note on the illustrations, by Andy Yelenak. Yelenak is renowned for his sports illustrations including the annual posters for the Boston and the New York City marathons, as well as work for numerous magazines. His paintings have been exhibited in galleries throughout the United States, including the Society of Illustrators in New York and the U.S. Distance Running Hall of Fame - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
In this Special Collector’s Edition 3 DVD set of "The Olympic Series: Golden Moments 1920-2002" you will have access to six and a half hours of exciting Olympic footage. The three disks are entitled "The Spirit of the Olympics", "The Winter Games", and "Olympic Highlights". The running footage can be found on the first and third disk and in all over 150 individual events have been selected. There is no release that provides so much Olympic competition in one location. The menu leads you to specific races and you can select a language choice of either English or French. For easy reference here are the running events in chronological order: Antwerp 1920, Paavo Nurmi (Finland) 10,000 meters. Paris 1924, Harold Abraham (Great Britain) 100 meters, Eric Liddell (Great Britain) 400 meters, Paavo Nurmi (Finland) 5000 meters. Berlin 1936, Jesse Owens (United States) 100, 200, 4x100 Relay; Sohn Kee-Chung (South Korea) marathon. London 1948, Herb McKenley (Jamaica) 400 meters, Fanny Blankers-Koen (Netherlands) 100 meters, 200 meters, 80 meter hurdles, 4x100 relay; Shirley Strickland (Australia) 100 meters and 100 meter hurdles. Helsinki 1952, Josy Barthel (Luxembourg) 1500 meters, Horace Ashenfelter (United States) and Vladimir Kazantsev (Russia) 3000 meter steeplechase, Alain Mimoun (France) 5000 and 10,000 meters, Emil Zátopek (Czechoslovakia) 5000, 10,000, and marathon. Rome 1960, Otis Davis (United States) 400 meters and 4x400 meters, Peter Snell (New Zealand) 800 meters, Herb Elliott (Australia) 1500 meters, Murray Halberg (New Zealand) 5000 meters, Abebe Bikila (Ethiopia) marathon, Rafer Johnson (United States) and Yang Chuan-Kwang (Taiwan) decathlon. Tokyo 1964, Billy Mills (United States) 10,000 meters, Poland’s Women’s 4x100m relay ream. Mexico City 1968, Lee Evans (United States) 400 meters, Kip Keino (Kenya) 1500 meters, Irena Szewinska (Poland) 200 meters, Colette Bessen (France) 400 meters. Munich 1972, John Akii-Bua (Uganda) 400 meter hurdles. Montreal 1976, Alberto Juantorena (Cuba) 400 and 800 meters, Edwin Moses (United States) 400 meter hurdles, Bruce Jenner (United States) decathlon. Moscow 1980, Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett (Great Britain) 800 and 1500 meters. Los Angeles 1984, Edwin Moses (United States) 400 meter hurdles, Daley Thompson (Great Britain) and Jürgen Hingsen (West Germany) decathlon. Seoul 1988, Carl Lewis (United States) 100 meters, Florence Griffith Joyner (United States) 100, 200, and 4x100 relay; Jackie Joyner Kersee (United States) heptathlon. Barcelona 1992, Linford Christie (Great Britain) 100 meters, Fermin Cacho Ruiz (Spain) 1500 meters, Kevin Young (United States) 400 hurdles, Hwang Young-Cho (South Korea) marathon, Ellen Van Langen (Netherlands) 800 meters, Hassiba Boulmerka (Algeria) 1500 meters, Derartu Tulu (Ethiopia) and Elana Meyer (South Africa) 10,000 meters, Paraskevi Patoulidou (Greece) 100 meter hurdles, Nigerian Women’s 4x100m relay team. Sydney 2000, Haile Gebrsellasie (Ethiopia) 10,000 meters, Cathy Freeman (Australia) 400 meters. With all the Olympic and World Record performances that are shown, it is interesting that notable Olympic accomplishments from runners such as Lasse Viren, Joan Benoit, Michael Johnson, and Marion Jones are not included in this compilation. Perhaps they are leaving some room for an additional release four years from now. For you field event fans be sure to catch Dick Fosbury, Ulrike Meyfarth, Bob Beamon, Sergei Bubka, and Al Oerter, to name a few. This production was made in Canada and is narrated by Robert Powell and on some of the segments you will see short interviews with the athletes.
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
Dürer opened his own workshop in 1495 and his vast body of work includes engravings, woodcuts portraits, altarpieces and religious works, paintings, copper engravings and sketches, one of which is the "Studie van twee voeten" ("Study of two feet"; pencil and grey ink, grey washed, white relief on prepared paper; dimensions 17,6 x 21,6 centimeters). Dürer was born in Nürnberg (Germany) on May 21, 1471 as the third son of a Hungarian goldsmith. Painter and graphic artist, Dürer is one of the most outstanding figures in the German Renaissance. Since the beginning he trained in painting, drawing, woodcutting and printing. After traveling to Köln, Venezia, Bologna, and perhaps Firenze and Roma for his studies, he retained influences especially from Italian artist Bellini. Dürer died in Nürnberg on April 6, 1528.
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.
Racing the alligator - There is an old saying that it is hard to remember that your objective was to clear the swamp when you are up to your butt in alligators. For many of us, that same kind of thing can be true as we approach race day. Most of us line up at the starting line up to our butts in alligators. Our training has not been what we wanted, we do not feel as well rested or as well prepared as we would like, and the day is less than perfect. Our minds are filled with the details of all the reasons why we can't be successful. But if you are standing at the starting line, you are already successful. At the very least you have a chance to enjoy being on the course with others who are enjoying the course. Ignore the alligators. Forget about what you wanted and take what you get. In the end, it's all that matters.
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.
• 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
0048 New running course descriptions this month 2682 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3509 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0002 New nations or territories activated this month 0231 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0018 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1657 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0011 New links on "Running links" this month 2095 Links on "Running links"• Are you a Planeteer? - Runners are visiting Run The Planet from the following 163 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, Cocos (Keeling Islands), Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Djibouti, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Fiji, Finland, France, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gabon, Gambia, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guam, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lesotho, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mali, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Micronesia, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Morocco, Mozambique, Myanmar, Namibia, Nepal, Netherlands, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Niger, Niue, Norway, Oman, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Solomon Islands, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Tonga, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Tuvalu, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America, Uruguay, former U.S.S.R., Uzbekistan, Vanuatu, Vatican City state, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, Yemen, Yugoslavia, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
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