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WE GIVE YOU SOMETHING GOOD TO READ
Take off your favorite running shoes, sit down and relax, as we have quite a few things to write about. No, don't get us wrong - we would never suggest you to trade up running with reading about running. We all know it is not the same thing, but if you give us your attention for a few minutes, we will promise that you will feel more informed and even more part of the largest worldwide running community on the Internet (Run The Planet, that is!) that you also belong too.
We are always proud that our quest to reach a broader audience is giving us quantifiable results. While we thank you, loyal Planeteers, for your over one and a half million hits per month, we would like to welcome this month's first-time visitors from Rwanda and Kuwait. We are very excited to greet runners from these far away countries in Africa and the Middle East, as this brings to 165, the number of the different nations we have been visited from in this first eight years together. For those statistically-challenged like us,Run The Planet in the year 2004 alone (excluding this month December that has just began) has been visited monthly from an average of 108 different countries. If you think that depending on your criteria and definition of a "country", the current count can range anywhere from 189 to 266, that means that half the world is stopping by Run The Planet each month! And you thought you were running alone.
Speaking of worldwide coverage, this month we were able to feature running courses for three new places, all islands: Midway, Jan Mayen and Svalbard. The quest is still on to find a recommended description on where to run in Syria (the last missing nation) and in the few remaining territories, mainly small islands scattered across the world oceans.
If there is one individual that seems to be all over the planet, it is our mascot Phil the Frog. This month his travel notebook, promptly renamed "Frog Log" thanks to a great suggestion from Barb Lauff, is narrating about his fabulous adventures in the five U.S. States of Illinois, Iowa, Washington, Nevada and Texas while visiting the just mentioned Barb and fellow runner Nancy Loizeaux. Phil's personal photo album is also more than 40 photos richer.
If you are ready to follow the steps of Phil, before you leave for an exotic destination, check out our Planeteer Spotlight webpage, this month featuring an interview to Ken Hill from Thailand. If your destination is instead right behind your yard, walking up the well-known path on your local mountain with your four-legged friend, then do not miss the article on "Outfitting your dog for a hike" with information on the basic items you need to carry when you take your dog on a trek, such as identification tags, water, dog packs, dog booties, and more.
For and even more familiar scenario, check out "Jogging, dogs and baby strollers" with guidelines you must adhere to for a safe jog with your dog and your precious new running partner. Also for new parents,Run The Planet is proud to feature the article "Mom on the run" written to help you make the most of your runs when you have your stroller along.
We close this long shopping list of new content, highlighting the new RunningCouples webpage (a collection of love, romance, dating and relationships resources specifically geared to runners), the updates to both Rtp Jokes and Rtp Cartoons, and the new funny article offering "Eight essential jogging tips" for the beginners.
To all of you, thanks for your time and best wishes for great runs!
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WHERE TO RUN IN THE WORLD
Description of the month - Bergen (Norway)
By Jürgen Ankenbrand - Behind downtown Bergen there is a cable car going up to the top of a mountain. Behind the little station house of the cable car there is a footpath winding all the way up to the top of the mountain ending at the overview platform, allowing a panoramic view of the city. On a clear day it is magnificent. The trail is steep at times and can be slippery while wet, but for an experienced street or trail runner it is a great way to see part of the city and get in a good workout. Total time each way, about 1/2 hour.
New and updated cities this month on Run The Planet
Bay City (Usa/Michigan), Bergen (Norway), Chantilly (France), Dixon (Usa/Illinois), Düsseldorf (Germany), Longyearbyen (Svalbard), Mansfield (Usa/Pennsylvania), Milano (Italy), Minneapolis (Usa/Minnesota), Nakhon Ratchasima (Thailand), Olongapo (Philippines), Olonkinbyen (Jan Mayen), Orlando (Usa/Florida), Palmadula (Italy), Panama City (Panama), Pimai (Thailand), Portland (Usa/Maine), Rylstone (Australia), Sand Island (Midway Islands), Sardagna (Italy), Springfield (Usa/Oregon), Trento (Italy), Voss (Norway).
New nations and territories this month on Run The Planet
Jan Mayen, Midway Islands, Svalbard.
WEBSITES THAT RECEIVED THE RUN THE PLANET AWARD
Fool in the Rain - Personal website containing running goals, gear, essays, training logs, race results, reviews of running books and listing of songs relating to running.
Bradenton Runners Club - The main purpose of the Bradenton Runners Club is to promote a healthy and enjoyable lifestyle through the sport of running. In order to accomplish this goal, club runs are held twice a week and smaller groups do track work or meet informally on a regular base. The club's social events include an annual spring banquet, a summer picnic, and a special event such as horseback riding or canoeing.
LDLV Jogging & Triathlon Club - The LDLV website (in French only) provides up-to-date information about the club's activities and a calendar of upcoming training sessions, races and social events.
Xundwärts - The latest competence-centre for running and nordic-walking in Austria. For perfect running infrastructure, professional medical support and guides come to the Xundheitswelt.
Regio-Laufkalender - Germany. This site maintains a calendar of races in the area of Freiburg, as complete as possible.
NEW EVENTS THIS MONTH IN THE RUN THE PLANET CALENDAR
Laramie (Usa/Wyoming) Wyoming Marathon Races; Kirkland (Usa/Washington) 12 K's of Christmas; Lakewood (Usa/Washington) Annual Run/Walk 4 The Heart (Youth Against Crime) Benefit Challenge; Crespignaga di Maser (Italy) Tra ulivi e ciliegi; Milano (Italy) Christmas Family Run; South Bend (Usa/Indiana) Sunburst Races; Firenze (Italy) Una corsa per Roberto; Idaho Springs (Usa/Colorado) Colorado Outward Bound Relay; Youngstown (Usa/Ohio) Mill Creek Distance Classic Half Marathon; Toronto (Canada) Spring Run-Off; Toronto (Canada) Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon; Toronto (Canada) Sporting Life 10km; Toronto (Canada) PowerBar Rock'n'Roll 5km; Vancouver (Canada) Scotiabank Vancouver Half-Marathon; Toa Baja (Puerto Rico) La Ruta del Encanto; Siesta Key (Usa/Florida) Run for the Turtles; San Diego (Usa/California) Annual Super Run 10K Run & 5K Run/Walk; Eugene (Usa/Oregon) Walk With Me Marathon, Half-Marathon; Massa e Cozzile (Italy) Maratonina del Ghibellino; Hamilton (Bermuda) Bermuda International Race Weekend; San Diego (Usa/California) Annual Domino's St. Patrick's Day 10K Run, 4 and 2 mile Fun Run/Walk; Rancho Santa Fe (Usa/California) Annual Classic San Dieguito Half Marathon; Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe) Guadarun raid en Guadeloupe; Piney Point (Usa/Maryland) Lower Potomac River Marathon; Brussels (Belgium) Relais Givrés; Firenze (Italy) Trofeo Oltrarno; Calgary (Canada) Running Wild! Run or Walk for Wilderness; Riva del Garda (Italy) Quattro passi in attesa di polenta e mortadella; Firenze (Italy) Trofeo Polisportiva Nave; Mechelen (Belgium) Bulo-run; Siracusa (Italy) Siracusa City Marathon; Ladispoli (Italy) Correndo nei giardini; Villar Perosa (Italy) Cross di Villar Perosa; Egna (Italy) Nostalgie Run; Genova (Italy) Foce-Recco; Sayward (Canada) Kusam Klimb; Cervia (Italy) Passeggiata in riva al mare; Agropoli (Italy) Agropoli Half Marathon; Vittorio Veneto (Italy) Cross città della Vittoria; Vittorio Veneto (Italy) Maratonina Vittoria alata; New York City (Usa/New York) More Marathon; Bologna (Italy) La chiave del bagno; Fort Worth (Usa/Texas) Fort Worth Zoo Run Run; Crema (Italy) Festival nazionale del podista; Asigliano Vercellese (Italy) La 4 cantoni; Anguillara Sabazia (Italy) Roma No Limits Extreme Marathon.
THE GLOBAL TELEGRAPH
• NETHERLANDS / Nippert places seventh in 100K World Championships
Howard Nippert of Pembroke (Usa/Virginia) placed seventh overall and was the top Usa runner in the 2004 International Association of Ultrarunners 100K World Championship held in... read more online in the December 2004 issue
• JAPAN / Kobe Women's Half Marathon results
The 2003 World Marathon Champion Catherine Ndereba won the "Kobe Women's Half Marathon" in 1:12:10. The race was run on Sunday November 7 on the point to point course under a sunny sky. Esther Wanjiru of Kenya... read more online in the December 2004 issue
• SPAIN / A duel between Juan Carlos de la Ossa and Yelbetal Admassu
On a sunny, cool November 14th in Torredonjimeno, "The Cross Del Aceite" featured a duel between Spanish cross champion Juan Carlos de la Ossa and IAAF World Cross Country Championship 8th-placer Yelbetal Admassu (Ethiopia)... read more online in the December 2004 issue
• CANADA / Moreworld records set on Toronto Waterfront
It was another remarkable day on the flat, fast, scenic "Toronto Waterfront Marathon" course on September 26, with a mystical, celebratory atmosphere. Last year, 92-year-old Fauja Singh of the United Kingdom and 72 year old Canadian Ed Whitlock thrust the race onto the international stage with new age-group world records... read more online in the December 2004 issue
• JAPAN / International Chiba Ekiden in Japan
Team Usa men's and women's squads both placed in the top ten at the 2004 "International Chiba Ekiden" in Chiba. The contest was held over the marathon distance of 26 miles, 385 yards, and is divided into stages - two of both 10,000 meters and 5000 meters, with the final leg being run as a 12 kilometers for the men, and the final two stages... read more online in the December 2004 issue
• MONACO / The Marathon de Monaco et des Riviera
On a very windy November 14th in Monte Carlo, the hilly course of the "Marathon de Monaco et des Riviera" in the principality housing the IAAF was dominated by Russians. The IAAF Results Service reports that after four Kenyans including pacemaker... read more online in the December 2004 issue
• USA / Happy feet healthy food program goes global
Before the recent research findings confirming that U.S. kids are overweight and unhealthy, Carol Goodrow was miles ahead. In March, 2004, the teacher at Tolland's Birch Grove Primary (Usa/Connecticut) began the Miles of Math Club that encouraged kids to set goals for exercise and healthy eating while learning math in a fun atmosphere. Now called the Happy Feet Healthy Food Club... read more online in the December 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:
•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
•Is there a rubbing cream designed to relieve foot pain? - This has been bugging me for awhile since I am a long-time runner as well as a waitress. What nice pain-relieving rubbing cream is specifically designed to relieve foot pain? I just want to rub it in the night before and wake up, get out of bed, step on my feet, and not feel any pain. Any suggestions? - Victoria Drake
RUN THE PLANET LIBRARY
The Italian book "A perdifiato" ("At breakneck speed") is a novel where everybody runs, but it is not a sports novel, it is not a novel about running - yes, it is, no more than "Infinite Jest" is a novel about tennis or "Underworld" is about baseball. Here running is rather an escape. The desperate escape of Dario Rensich's from his life of adult man. The escape of seven girls from the nightmare of mediocrity and anonimity. The escape of a woman from the irresistible temptation of becoming a mother. Dario's life will never be the same after his sixth place at the "New York City marathon". If he had actually overtaken those five Africans and won the race, it would have been even more overwhelming, of course. But watching those last instants on television, even his wife had hoped he wouldn't make it: first was too much - first among whites was more than enough to make an existential difference. In fact, he is now a popular coach, albeit a bit disappointed with his new assignment in Hungary rather than in California, as he had hoped: the Federation wants him to turn a team of middle distance runners into one of marathon champions - all girls, all extremely young and ambitious, all with the "lean and hungry look" of those who would do just about anything to emerge. Dario's departure coincides with what seems to be the fruitful conclusion of his odyssey in the world of adoptions, begun after absolute certainty of his own sterility: a baby girl is on her way to the Rensich home the very moment he is flying towards Szeged, a village on the Hungarian plain where storks return in the spring... Dario's arrival on Hungarian soil meets with an ominous scenario: after a fatal dose of cyanide, the doomed Danube is breathing its last agonized gasps, its swollen fish rising lifeless to the surface like the stillborn young of a poisoned womb. Dario's exacting demands on his supple trainees, the girls' tough training along the putrescent river banks, the halo of mystery enveloping the "Collegiuma" and its kaleidoscope of elusive characters - are they officials? Spies? - all contribute to create a sinister symmetry with the waters' growing toll of death and the mounting sense of imminent catastrophe permeating the very conscience of the novel's protagonists. At this point, the outcome of Agota's dark magnetism on Dario is not difficult to guess, as the plot unravels its threads which, like the pulse-pounding final race, keep on taking surprising turns. Thoroughly engrossing, tense and ambiguous, this powerfully compelling story runs parallel to the athletes' disciplined and hypnotizing pace in a miraculous counterpoint of acceleration and pause. The reader is swept into the whirlwind of the unexpected - that whimsical turn of events behind even the most careful of calculations and the most meticulous of preparations, a fatal little mistake which might lead even the fittest, readiest and most deserving to a sudden halt, an unfortunate breakdown, a paralyzing lock only seconds away from the coveted finish line. The author, Mauro Covacich, wrote this book thinking of the marathon as a martial art, as an interior discipline, and thinking, in the meantime, of the pathetic weakness of every interior discipline in the face of the violence of pure happiness - Click on the cover to order this book at a special price
Originally released in 1996 prior to the Atlanta Games, "Olympica: America's Gold. Volume One, Great Moments of Track and Field" is a 96 minute production featuring 18 running events and 9 field events. After a brief reference to Jim Thorpe in 1912, the speed picks up during the 1932 Olympiad and continues to show one to three American athletes competing in each Olympiad (except the boycotted Moscow games of 1980) until Barcelona 1992. Five women are featured and although many segments run two to three minutes there are five segments that run for five minutes each: Jesse Owens, Rafer Johnson, Billy Mills, Bruce Jenner, and Jackie Joyner Kersey. Here are the runners listed here in chronological order, just as presented in this video: Jim Thorpe (the decathlon winner in the 1912 games in Stolkholm), Babe Didricksen (80 meter hurdle champion in the 1932 Los Angeles games), Jesse Owens (qualifying, second round, and final in the 100 meters as well as the complete 4x100 meter relay where he ran the first leg), Harrison "Bones" Dillard (100 meters in 1948 and high hurdles in 1952 at age 29; he won four golds in all during Olympic competition), Horace Ashenfelter (by winning the 3000 meter steeplechase in Helsinki in 1952, he became the first American to win an Olympic race longer than 800 meters since 1908), 4x100 meter relay (the 1952 race where the United States edges the Soviet Union), Wilma Rudolph (competing in both the 100 and 200 meter sprint events in 1960 Rome), Rafer Johnson (highlighting the close competion between Ucla teammate C.K. Yang who represented Taiwan), Bob Hayes (all the athletes in the Tokyo final are introduced in this 100 meter race), Billy Mills (9 athletes do not complete this 10,000 meter event as Mills runs into the history books as the only American to win this event as he sets a personal best time), Frank Shorter (returning to his birthplace in Munich in 1972, Shorter leads from 15K to the finish), Bruce Jenner (in 1976 he sets a world record as he competed against 28 athletes from 18 countries), Carl Lewis (his 1984 race was the largest 100 meter margin of victory in an Olympic games as he runs 9.99 seconds), Edwin Moses (he extends his 400 meter hurdle race winning streak in winning his second gold medal in Los Angeles), Joan Benoit (in competing against Grete Waitz, Ingred Kristansen, and the oldest track and field competitor at the 1984 games, Joyce Smith, Benoit breaks away early and maintains the gap to win the first women’s Olympic marathon), Jackie Joyner Kersey (each of the heptathlon events are shown from Seoul in 1988 as well as contrasted with the 1984 victory), 4x100 meter relay (after all eight lanes are introduced, you see all the handoffs that end with Carl Lewis setting his sixth world record in 37.40 in this event; Nigeria and Cuba round out the medal winners), Gail Devers (her 1992 100 meter victory of 10.82 leads her to the finish in front of Juliet Cuthberth, Irina Privalova, and Gwen Torrence). America often produces a strong track and field team and this production does a good job in highlighting many outstanding American performances.
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 "Sala delle dieci ragazze" ("Room of the ten girls", mosaic) is found in the Villa del Casale, a luxurious Roman country estate featuring 3500 square meters of magnificent mosaics, depicting scenes from daily life such as these two women running. The Italian town of Piazza Armerina, located on a plateau at 721 meters above sea level on the Erei Mountains, is approximately 30 kilometers from Enna, which is a Sicilian province. The name "Piazza" derives from the Medieval Latin term plàtea (market square) while \"Armerina\" (from castrum armorum, castle of the weapons) was added in 1862 because of its Norman fortress, built in the XI century. The town is renown for its Baroque cathedral, for the Spinelli castle but most of Villa del Casale. Located a few kilometers outside the Sicilian town, the villa - appointed "Monument of Mankind" by Unesco - is one of the largest Roman dwellings, and has a complicated asymmetrical plan with rooms in a variety of shapes. Built between 330 and 360 aD, the Villa del Casale was once thought to be the retirement home of the emperor Marcus Aurelius Valerius Maximianus (also known as Herculeos Victor), but probably belonged to a wealthy patrician Proculus Populonius (governor of Sicily from 314 to 337) or Caeionus Rufus Volusianus Lampadius (an influential and wealthy man) or Sabucinius Pinianus, or to a member of the Nicomachi family - who had connections with Africa. Both the characteristics of the mosaics and the mosaic artisans in fact are said to retain North African influences. The villa was discovered in 1881 but the whole estate was brought back to light only in the 1950s.
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.
Listening to your body - Everyone always told me to listen to my body. Problem was, my body was telling me to drink beer and eat potato chips. At the very least, in the old days, I wasn't getting very good advice from my body. With the race less than three weeks away, it is really important to listen carefully to your body. The training is over, for the most part. You are not going to get much better in the next couple of weeks. What you are is what you have got. So listen carefully for the quiet whisper of an ache or a pain that might stop you in your tracks. Take a little extra time warming up and cooling down. Don't make your body shout that it is tired or hurt.
RUN THE PLANET SATELLITES
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• 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
0024 New running course descriptions this month 2716 Cities activated on Run The Planet 3537 Running course descriptions on Run The Planet 0003 New nations or territories activated this month 0234 Nations and territories activated on Run The Planet 0046 New events in the worldwide running calendar this month 1684 Events in the Run The Planet worldwide calendar 0005 New links on "Running links" this month 2138 Links on "Running links"• Are you a Planeteer? - Runners are visiting Run The Planet from the following 165 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, Kuwait, 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, Rwanda, 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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