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This month's newsletter will be unusual. No statistics, no links, no book of the month, just down to the essential.
Our main server, in fact, crashed and - although the event calendars, the running course descriptions and the links databases did not suffer from the system's meltdown - most of the webpages were scrambled up, and we had to manually and individually assure that the information we restored was accurate and up to date. Some of the most recent images are still being recovered, and we are asking you to be patient.
The information we initially prepared for this newsletter was corrupted, and we had unfortunately to choose between bringing back your favorite website or providing you with your monthly dose of written running news. We choose the first option, figuring you will be glad to have a little more free time to go running before the Holiday season kicks in.
We immediately reconstructed the website with its most recent version, but for a couple of days some of you might have experienced a "trip back in time" when visiting a "temporary"Run The Planet dating back to the month of August. For a limited time some of the sections and some of the articles we feature in our running library were unreachable, but now everything is back up and running, alive and kicking.
Just like a runner getting sudden cramps while participating to a long race,Run The Planet went through a painful moment, but quickly recovered with the providential help of our programmers, and we are now ready to face the new year by offering you more articles, more resources, more descriptions, more races and more links. From runners to runners, and always free of charge. But we will talk about it in the next newsletter.
Stay tuned. And as usual, keep running the planet.
Time is running out!
The big news this month is that "The Last Marathon" trip for 2003 is nearly sold out. We will be leaving for Antarctica late in February and I can guarantee that it is a voyage that will change your life.
Seeing the continent of Antarctica was the one of the most extraordinary experiences that I have ever had. The stark beauty, the vastness of the landscape, and the almost surreal light and colors have to be seen to be understood.
This year, in addition to the ½ and full marathon, we will be participating in the "The 1st Antarctica Kayaking Championships". We will be out on the water in Neko Harbor paddling among the glaciers, icebergs, and Minke whales. It will be unbelieveable, I'm sure.
So... if you're still undecided, now's the time to act. For more information, go to www.marathontour.com/antarctica
I hope you'll join me.
Running related links added this month to Run The Planet
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Running events added this month to the Run The Planet worldwide calendar
The Global Telegraph
• VIRGINIA (USA) / Maymont Cross Country Festival in September
The Richmond Sports Backers and the University of Richmond Cross Country office would like to invite runners to attend the 2003 "Maymont Cross Country Festival" to be held... read more online
• JAPAN / East Japan Women's Ekiden
On November 3rd between Saitama and Ageo, Japan, the six-stage "East Japan Women's Ekiden" was dominated by Mitsui Sumitomo Kaijyo in a very fast 2:13.52... read more online
• THAILAND / Avon Running 10k global Championship in Bangkok
On November 10, 2002 Tegla Loroupe of Kenya and Detmold, Germany won the 4th "Avon Running Global Championship" in a time of 33:55 and took home a first prize check of $5,000. It was the fastest women's 10k time ever run in Thailand... read more online
• SOUTH AFRICA / Three races in five days
On November 20th in Pinelands, South Africa, Thembelani Zola was to win the first of three races in five days with an "Old Mutual 10Km" title achieved in 29.15... read more online
• CANADA / Free video-cd for all finisher
The Vancouver International Marathon Society and Marathon Video are pleased to announce that for the third consecutive year a race day video-cd will once again be provided free to all finishers in the upcoming 2003 "Adidas Vancouver International Marathon"... read more online
Run The Planet library
Run The Planet Satellites
• North America - Usa/California: East Bay Striders, July 2001. Usa/Illinois: Chicago Distance Classic, February 2002. Usa/Illinois: Second Wind Running Club, March 2002. Usa/Georgia: Race Pace, June 2001. Usa/Nevada: Las Vegas Marathon, July 2001. Usa/Tennessee: Chattanooga Track Club, July 2001. Usa/Texas: Cross Country Club of Dallas, June 2001. Usa/Texas: Fort Worth Runners Club, July 2001. Usa/Virginia: Williamsburg Area Running, May 2002.
• Europe - Belgium: Arthur's Marathon Page, July 2001. Ireland: Crusaders Athletic Club, August 2001. Italy: Run The Planet Italia, May 2001. Italy: Correre nel deserto, May 2001. Italy: Dead Runners Society Italia, May 2001. Italy: Penguin Brigade Italia, May 2001. Italy: Podismo, May 2001. Malta: Sovereign Running Order of Malta, May 2001. San Marino: Drs San Marino, May 2001. Switzerland: Drs Svizzera, May 2001. Vatican City: Drs Vaticano, May 2001.
Should you want your website to become part of the Run The Planet satellites, simply apply by sending us an e-mail message (email@example.com) requesting more information. Rtp Newsletter archive • The Global Telegraph • Run The Planet
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