The not-so-terrifying death stats for 5K races

“],” renderIntial “: true,” wordCount “: 350}”> I’m not a big fan of studies of runners who drop dead, not because the topic scares me or doesn’t interest me, but because it’s so difficult to calibrate the message properly. When you write a post about the man who bites the …

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Glenville Sanders Preserve Trail Improvements

The Sanders Preserve has just undergone a substantial change due to the work of local teenager Nicholas Favata. Favata and her Boy Scout troop reconfigured the trail so that it no longer passes through adjacent private property. A 2021 graduate from Scotia-Glenville High School, Favata recently earned the Distinguished Honor …

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UA finally back home for a cross country competition

FAYETTEVILLE – The University of Arkansas will host their first cross-country team meeting in two years when the Chile Pepper Racing Festival returns this weekend. Last year’s Chili Pepper was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 33rd Chili Pepper kicks off today with four varsity races on Arkansas’ Agri …

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West Groton to Townsend Rail Trail officially opens – Lowell Sun

TOWNSEND – As crisp fall air now becomes the daily expectation in Massachusetts and picturesque foliage takes hold, a recently opened rail trail in Townsend could be a local destination to enjoy both. Saturday saw Squannacook Greenways, Inc. officially open the first phase of the Squannacook River Rail Trail, which …

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