Alcohol and runners - Alcohol and athletics is a dangerous duo, associated with negative consequences including hangovers, nausea and vomiting, memory loss, and trouble with the law - to say nothing of injuries. If you are among the athletes who chooses to drink large amounts of alcohol, read this article.
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.
Serial road race arrow alterer arrested - Federal Running Administration (FRNA) special agents assisted by Rochester Police arrested Howard Grotke early Sunday morning, the man they believe is the serial race course direction arrow alterer who has terrorized race directors in several States over a three year period.
Proteins and runners - Protein is a popular topic among both casual exercisers and competitive athletes, many of whom are confused about how much protein they need, when they should eat it, and the best kinds of protein to choose. This article answers some of the questions active people commonly ask about protein in a sports diet.
Iraq has weaponized running shoes, White House claims - The Secretary of State believes that there is irrefutable evidence that Iraq has successfully mated a can of Pam cooking spray to the Saddam 3000 running shoe. The U.S. President will urge the United Nations to pass a forceful resolution requiring Iraq to immediately dismantle the modified shoes, submit to unrestricted inspections, and abandon its orthotic development program.