Huskers run for pediatric brain cancer research

Scott bruhn Soccer 06/20/2021 09:49:00 NU sports communications History links About 750 participants, the second for this event, took part in the annual Nebraska Road Football Race on Father’s Day morning. The event was presented by the Lincoln Track Club and all proceeds will go directly to pediatric brain cancer …

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Racing game in the spotlight in 2021

The Texans loved SETTING THE RUN in Bill O’Brien’s day – despite the fact that he ultimately had a franchise quarterback at his disposal, and running is less efficient than passing – seeing four yards per carry versus seven. yards per attempt, you plebeians. According to Sarah Barshop, David Culley’s …

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Be outdoors in style and comfort

Glamping near Chicago: be outdoors like never before As for glamping, you won’t find skunks in the tents and you fear bear eating. It’s about being outdoors without leaving out the amenities you expect from a hotel. CHICAGO – As for glamping, you won’t find skunks in the tents and …

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CIA appoints David Marlowe to lead espionage operations

WASHINGTON — In his first major move, CIA Director William Burns brought in a 30-year veteran of the agency to conduct espionage operations at a time when the spy agency was increasingly focused. more about China and is revamping human intelligence gathering in an era of increasing digital surveillance. David …

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Four heats doomed to failure Eskymos | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo of Austin Hemmingson The Escanaba baseball team regroup after losing to Muskegon Oakridge in an MHSAA regional final on Saturday in Alma. ALMA – A bad round can be the difference between winning and losing. This was the case for the Escanaba baseball team on Saturday afternoon at Alma …

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Kyle Busch wins 10th Texas Xfinity race

It was a hot day in the ALSCO Uniforms 250 of the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Texas Motor Speedway, the hottest race in series history on the 1.5 mile track. Kyle Busch fought for the lead on most restarts of the race, ultimately pushing Justin Allgaier into overtime to claim …

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New trail and interpretive center open on Pembroke Drive

RENO, Nevada (KOLO) – Rosewood Lakes Golf Course, meet the Rosewood Nature Study Area. “People were dying to come in here and explore the habitats that are out there,” said Heidi Anderson, executive director of the Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation. On Saturday morning, members of the Town of Reno, the …

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Take the Steuben County Trail Trek | Life

ANGOLA – There is a new trail challenge in Angola using the northernmost section of the Poka-Bache trail. The Steuben County Trail Trek is a 7.4 mile trek, if you do it from start to finish. If you hike a round trip the total is 14.8 miles. The hike begins …

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Sandy Seep Trail on Mount Elden

Short, easy and scenic, the Sandy Seep Trail offers quick access to a network of roads on the eastern slopes of Mount Elden, northeast of Flagstaff. While the 1.5-mile trail makes for a fun, self-contained hike, it also serves as a ramp for the 42-mile Flagstaff Loop Trail that circles …

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Adventure for Rent 2021 – The Santa Barbara Independent

A-Frame Surf Shop: Retail surf store offering lessons. 3785 Santa Claus Ln., Carpinteria; (805) 684-8803; aframesurf.com. Bike center: Community non-profit bicycle store, education center, thrift store (used bicycles and spare parts) and repair assistance. 434, rue Olive; (805) 617-3255; biccentro.org. Bob’s bike: Bike store featuring ride, service and demo models, …

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The tragic origins of the Appalachian trail

IIt’s been 100 years since an unemployed forester named Benton MacKaye had the idea for an Appalachian Trail from Maine to Georgia. Today we know the trail for the hiking possibilities it offers, but its inventor had something much more ambitious in mind. In the wake of his own personal …

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Unique places to picnic in Utah

UTAH (ABC4) – Utah is seeing better days with warm weather, flowering buds and an easing of COVID-19 restrictions. As more and more people go out to enjoy the sun, many can plan to enjoy a picnic. So for those going outdoors: grab a basket, fancy bread, butter, and cheese …

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Braves series of 5 innings with Dodgers

ATLANTA – Clayton Kershaw has allowed more runs than he had in his previous 14 starts against Atlanta and Ozzie Albies extended his streak of extra hits in a timely manner. But it was the work of a more than capable reliever box that proved to be the most encouraging …

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Robert Saleh breaks Jets running back committee

The Jets won’t rely on a single running back in 2021. Robert Saleh wants to find a role for all of the Jets rushers this season and fully believes in a committee approach for the New York backfield. “I think when you attack them in waves it’s a lot harder …

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Running with the peloton, once again: Bentleyville Police Blotter

BENTLEYVILLE, Ohio Missing Person: Sulfur Springs Drive Police responded to the Cleveland Metroparks picnic shelter off Hawthorn Parkway regarding a missing runner around 9:30 p.m. on May 25. Officers from surrounding departments helped park rangers to be notified. Moreland Hills Police have checked Polo Field, the direction in which the …

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Hatley advances to declare in two events

BELLEVILLE – When Father McGivney’s coach James Helton removed the green jersey from Class 1A sectional Belleville Althoff, he received a message from the team’s only representative, rookie Kaitlyn Hatley. “The coach told me they were the quick jerseys,” Hatley said with a smile, “and I went fast today.” Hatley …

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Podcast: Getting to Know Trail Creator Greg Jolliffe

We sat down with @GregorJolliffe to talk about his cycling journey so far, his time at the famous BASIC MTB program in Scotland, downhill and enduro, and the path that eventually led him to a career as a professional trail builder. Some of Greg’s notable projects so far include building …

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4-H Camp Overlook – A Memorable Outdoor Experience

Would you like to give your child a truly remarkable gift this summer? How about a memorable outdoor experience in an informal and truly unique educational setting? an experience that enhances life skills, stimulates interest and challenges one’s abilities through training, education and play? Located south of Malone, in the …

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Arizona Secretary of State running for governor

Current Gov. Doug Ducey, a Republican and chairman of the Republican Governors Association, has a limited term and cannot seek re-election in 2022. Who else is running: Hobbs is the second notable Democrat to join the race. Marco López Jr. – who was mayor of Nogales, Arizona, in the early …

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Milers raises funds for cancer patient

Modern runners are inundated with statistics – metrics large and small, some are extremely useful and some are somewhat free. Secretly, however, we all love them. Whether it’s positive elevation gain during a run, pace per mile, heart rate, or even VO2Max (a concept most of us don’t even understand!), …

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