Join us for the 26th annual Angels Among Us 5K and Walk of HOPE Saturday, April 27th in Durham, NC
By Thomas Henson | Riding in a paceline transforms a solitary activity into a team sport that demands skill, focus, and athleticism. For new riders, a paceline can increase stamina and confidence on the road. For experienced cyclists, a paceline is a great way to train for a race, pushing performance to a higher level while building camaraderie among teammates.
By Dana MacCorquodale | It takes a total badass to become a professional triathlete. They are a breed unlike any other. They are strong, dedicated, driven, relentless and passionate about their sport. Few can fathom the commitment it takes. Their pain thresholds are off the charts. Two-time marathon winner Sika Henry is very familiar with that pain. She is a stone cold badass of the highest caliber. And she’s just getting started.
by No Meat Athletes’ Matt Frazier & Doug Hay | There’s nothing wrong with getting in a rut. It doesn’t mean you don’t still love running or can’t go on to achieve great running goals. It just means you’re in a rut, plain and simple.
Hit the Boardwalk running on Saturday, April 13 for the 11K and 7K or ACCEA Kids Fit one-mile run and Sunday, April 14 for the AmeriHealth New Jersey April Fools Half Marathon.
By Thomas Henson I have been road riding for many years, but my first experience with cycling as a young adult was mountain biking. Back then, I was still young enough to think I was invincible, and the cuts and scrapes from conquering rocks, roots, and steep trails were
By Chris Newport So, you’ve decided to take on the marathon, or maybe you’re ready to go for a PR. But how do you choose the appropriate training and racing paces to perform your best? Here are 3 tips to pacing properly so you can run the perfect marathon.