STAFF BLOG GETTING IN GEAR The Top 5 questions to ask about sport injuries
Into every life a little rain must fall. In the case of training for a race, you might say, Into every run, a little ache or pain might happen.
Injuries are common for first time and less exper... Posted on 3/5/14 at 9:36 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Shoes for kids being delivered to local schools
Boxes of new Nike running shoes were delivered to seven West Fargo elementary schools yesterday as part of the Shoes for Kids program that will donate 1,000 shoes to 30 elementary schools in the Fargo... Posted on 8/16/13 at 5:01 PM
LAKE AGASSIZ HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Fargo Marathon’s “GoFarCharity” Program Helped Habitat
Sixteen charities joined hands to participate in the Fargo Marathons GoFarCharity program this year one of which was Habitat for Humanity. Five runners participated to raise $410.
One participant, C... Posted on 6/18/13 at 12:01 PM
THROUGH THE LENS: PHOTOGRAPHER BY DAY, PHOTOGRAPHER BY NIGHT 26.2...A "marathon" of words!
I have photographed the Fargo Marathon for the last few years. The experience of quickly moving from location to location to photograph runners and the stuff they go through is amazing. What is more a... Posted on 5/21/13 at 10:54 AM
“Into every life a little rain must fall.” In the case of training for a race, you might say, “Into every run, a little ache or pain might happen.”
Injuries are common for first time and less experienced runners. How do you know when it’s serious or something you can work through?
Somebody’s got to be the last guy to finish a race.
For Saturday’s Fargo Marathon, that guy was Bill Keen of Cedar Lake, Ind.
Keen’s time for the 26.2-mile course was 6:52:38, just under the 7-hour cutoff time for this year’s race.
FARGO – Drivers are urged to allow extra time to reach their destinations during Fargo Marathon events Friday and Saturday. Several roads will be closed, and traffic numbers will be higher than usual, affecting travel throughout Fargo, according to a release from the city.
FARGO - Mark Knutson is a race director, not an economist, but he knows that when demand is high and supply is low, prices will probably go up.
And as the head of the Fargo Marathon, that has him nervous.
Knutson said he has received complaints, mostly from out-of-state runners, of higher-than-anticipated hotel prices for the marathon weekend of May 19. It’s not what was inferred in 2010 in Runner’s World magazine when Fargo was named the “Best Value Marathon” in the country.
FARGO – Officials of this spring’s Fargo Marathon are hoping more runners – even walkers – will help them raise enough money to provide 1,000 kids in the Fargo-Moorhead area with a pair of running shoes.
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