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Reebok & Midnight Runners Launch 2nd US Chapter

Nicolle Monico / June 14, 2018

After graduating from Cass Business School in the UK, Greg Drach decided that he wanted to run a marathon a year as way to prove to himself that he was staying fit enough to do so. Of course, aspiration and action are two separate things. “Effectively, I’d would kind of wake up in September/October and […]

A Look at This Weekend’s Adidas Boost Boston Games

Nicolle Monico / May 18, 2018

This weekend, the third annual Adidas Boost Boston Games will take place featuring both track and road races throughout Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, races will be held at the Henry G. Steinbrenner Stadium on the MIT campus starting at 5:30 p.m. EDT while Sunday’s games will be held in Boston Common starting at 12 […]

Today’s Google Doodle Pays Homage to a Historic Female Runner

Nicolle Monico / April 26, 2018

Today’s Google Doodle pays tribute to one of our favorites in the running world, Dutch sprinter Fanny Blankers-Koen. She was, and still is, the first and only woman to have won four gold medals at a single Olympics (London, 1984). On this day, Blanker-Koen, nicknamed the “Flying Housewife,” would have turned 100. Born in the […]