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Articles spotlight

 Insurance tips for runners - Many runners, bicyclists and triathletes are unaware of how their auto and homeowners' insurance policies might apply to them. Here are some tips.
  The world's shortest marathon - Rather than slogging 26.2 miles, competitors in Burntwood, Staffordshire, can jog around the 55-yard marathon route in under ten seconds.
  How to run in a foreign Country - It is often a surprise hearing about runners who won't run in a strange city. Whether there on business or pleasure, some people don't even bother packing their running shoes with them. Instead, make it a habit to run on every trip if you can. Here are a few tips about running in a new place, particularly a foreign Country.
 How to create a free or low-cost website for your running event - Is your running event an inaugural event with little or no budget to start out with, but you'd like to have an online presence other than Facebook and Twitter? With so many free and low-cost methods available, here are some free tips for you to get started to create a respectable website for you event.
 Don't ever tell Forrest Gump you're a runner! - It's hard to hate Forrest. He's as sweet as shrimp ice cream plus the guy runs 15 miles just to get to my place, so I really shouldn't be a wimp about a mere three miles... but it was raining. And it was dark. Combining the two meant that I kept stepping into puddles. My socks were soaked. My sweatpants were soaked. My sweatshirt was soaked.


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