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sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Who Is Racing?

That Was Then In the ’60s and ’70s, racing was most prevalent among a fairly homogenous group of men, often Caucasian and former

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Post-Race Scene

That Was Then In the early days of racing, fanfare was saved for the winners, with most finishers crossing the line, sipping some water,

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Running Jackets

That Was Then When running-specific apparel first came on the scene in the 1970s, there wasn’t much to it. First of all, recreational

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Race Fuel

That Was Then It used to be that races were all about that good old H2O. And only water – in small disposable paper cups. Race organizers

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – What We Wear

That Was Then When the first running boom hit some 40 or so years ago, runners seemed to have limited apparel options: short shorts,

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – To Cross Train Or Not?

That Was Then Running, running and more running! To get faster, all runners did was, well, run. High mileage was the only way to faster

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Training Logs

That Was Then A calendar on the wall. A lined notebook tucked away under your bed. A spiral-bound training diary emblazoned with that

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Stretching

That Was Then Visit any 80s cross-country practice and we guarantee you’d see plenty of toe-reaches and calf stretches performed by

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Changes in Everyday Trainers

Running shoes have come along way since the 1960s. That’s when New Balance released the Trackster, an elegant-looking model evoking the

sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – The Not-So Distant Past‬

In 1967, Kathrine Switzer registered and received a bib number for the famed Boston Marathon using only her initials, K.V. and last name,

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