ADDICTED TO RUNNING Build and heal
In the week following the Pemberton Trail 50K, the warm days in the desert offered an opportunity to pile on miles.
Easy, flat footing, along with ideal temperatures, allowed me to easily log more th... Posted on 3/2/14 at 7:52 PM
STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Make way for skaters
Some roads in Duluth will be closed Saturday for the NorthShore Inline Marathon.
Congdon Boulevard (County Road 61) from Two Harbors to Duluth, London Road from 26th Avenue East to Superior Street an... Posted on 9/10/13 at 11:00 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG Congratulations Runners
As another Grandmas Marathon is in the books I wanted to reach out to all the runners, walkers, and wheel chair participants and say congratulations. Completion of a half marathon and marathon is quit... Posted on 6/23/13 at 9:36 AM
STAFF BLOG ASTRO BOB Space station marathon week - an excuse to stay up all night
Every early June in the northern hemisphere (December in the southern), the International Space Station (ISS) can be observed on multiple passes from dusk till dawn. Taking only 90 minute to circle ... Posted on 6/2/13 at 12:42 PM
When Erik Julsrud received an email from the American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation in November, his first reaction was to shout, perhaps using a four letter word or two, followed by a “no way” and “I can’t believe it.”
While snow is necessary for a cross country ski race, too much of it can be a problem, especially on race day. The latest forecast calls for snowfall to taper off in the region today, and that is great news for the 41st running of the American Birkebeiner ski marathon from Cable to Hayward on Saturday.
Runners registering for the 38th Grandma’s Marathon have through Friday to enter the race before the price increases. On Saturday, the current entry fee of $90 goes up to $95 for two months. After April 1, the fee increases again to $110. Visit grandmasmarathon.com to register for the Two Harbors-to-Duluth race on June 21. The marathon field is limited to the first 10,000 participants.
Former Duluth resident Alicia Hudelson shattered the women’s run record in the Arrowhead 135, finishing the 135-mile endurance race from International Falls to Tower early Wednesday in just a minute short of two days — 47 hours, 59 minutes.
Synthetic drugs and the controversy surrounding their sale at the Last Place on Earth, a downtown Duluth head shop owned by Jim Carlson, led the News Tribune’s list of top 10 stories of the year for 2011 and 2012.
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