You run this website. Write it, change it, read it!

 Ready to join the planet's running community? Along with an illustrated collection of 301 runners' suggestions on where to run in all the seven continents, in its 1066 webpages entertains you with an eclectic collection of running articles and incredible-but-true stories, safety information for runners, running-related humor, software for runners, running news and much more. Plus, features a Wiki section open to your own running content. 

Subscribe to receive a notification each time we add new content


Click on the photo to read this course description - Show me another place

Articles spotlight

  The real Poker Run - A variant of poker requires players to do so much more than just sit around a game table. Called "poker run", this variation on the basic game has participants compete in a "race" whose primary objective is to come up with a winning poker hand by the end of the run.
 Surviving in the desert - A practical table showing days of expected survival in the desert for the different temperatures and water availability under two conditions - no walking at all and walking at night until exhausted and resting thereafter.
  Top 10 reasons to start running - Research over the past several years suggests that running is a great medicine for any ailment. But running is not only a medicine, is a way to set your self free, to enjoy nature and socialize with other runners. Here are the best reasons why you should start running.
  What happens in Vegas... - Olympic track star Suzy Favor Hamilton had her invitation to the annual "Disneyland Half Marathon" rescinded after her secret side job as a high-priced escort was revealed. In fact, Mickey Mouse's bosses have banned Hamilton from all Disney sporting events. After Hamilton fessed-up to being a $600-an-hour hooker, the folks at Disney decided their family-friendly race had no place for the hard-bodied head-turner.
  Runner attacked by owls - Female joggers along the west dyke in Richmond are being warned to wear a hat after a woman was tailed and attacked by a pair of owls. The caution comes after Elena Vinarskaia decided to go for her daily run along the dyke. She felt something was flying close to her head but, because owls make little or no noise in flight, she didn't know they were there until she looked up.

Since September 7, 2007 - © Aerostato, Seattle - All Rights Reserved.

JOIN THE WORLDWIDE RUNNING NETWORK | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |