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  You can run, but you can't hide - John Nguyen learned an important lesson on Presidents Day: You can run, but you can't hide, from San Jose's park rangers. The 33-year-old IT specialist was ticketed by a ranger who spotted him running trails inside Alum Rock Park.
 Running in Tasmania - One of the highlights of travel is running in new places. It makes the running much more interesting, and is a great way to see more of a place in a short amount of time. Here are some great opportunities to run in Tasmania.
 Genetically modified runners escape from lab - Three long distance runners who had recently undergone experimental leg muscle implantation of genetically modified kangaroo cells, escaped from the research laboratory at Stony Brook University Hospital. The three were part of a controversial project known as Super Runner, created by geneticist Dr. Lee Crandall.
 Running tips for overweight people - If you are overweight and want to slim down by running, you have just made the right decision. Running is one of the best exercises to lose weight, improve your fitness level, and lessen the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Here are a few tips to start running and cut those unwanted pounds.
 The first man to run 600 miles in 6 days - With his "bull dog face, short cropped hair and almost deformed stooped shoulders", George Hazael travelled all over the world in pursuit of prize money by competing against others in running races. In early 1882, Hazael did the unthinkable when he became the first man ever to make 600 miles in six consecutive days.


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