Green guide for runners - These days, it seems like everyone is going green. There are a variety of ways to live green, but have you thought about greening up your next run? Here are a few easy tips for saving the planet all in a day's run.
Running in Antarctica - The coldest, driest, and windiest continent, Antarctica is an ice desert of incomparable beauty. While a number of governments maintain permanent manned research stations, because of its hostile environment and its isolation Antarctica still remains the Planet's hardest to reach continent and it is truly a runner's last frontier. Here are 2 suggestions on where to run in Antarctica.
Why triathletes are bad dates - "I don't understand," he was saying, "I'm a nice guy but I must be doing something wrong." I just nodded not wanting to waste my limited breath. "It just doesn't make sense," he continued, "tell me what I'm doing wrong."
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.
How to make a running costume - Here is a quick and handy guide on building yourself a fun and maybe even an award winning running costume that should help you enjoy the sport of costume running, get some laughs and end up a picture or two.