Category Archives: running

6th Annual Brad Schoener Memorial 5K

Registration opens tomorrow, January 18th at 8 AM for the 6th Annual Brad Schoener Memorial 5K Walk & Run. Race day is Saturday, May 17th. Participation in this event has grown steadily over the last several years. We encourage everyone to register EARLY  to guarantee your slot as we may sell out by race day. This is a [...]
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TNT Talk at the 2013 Philadelphia Marathon Dinner

My perspective on cancer was always that it was something that happened to others. The sick, the elderly. I grew up one of those perfectly healthy kids who played every sport that I could sink my teeth into. I attended college on a soccer scholarship. I hung on the fringe of a pro soccer career [...]
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Riding Life’s Roller Coaster

It’s been an interesting few weeks. On November 3rd, I crossed the Verrazano Narrows bridge with 50,000 of my closest acquaintances on my way to finishing my 4th NYC marathon. It would have and should have been NYC number 5 but Hurricane Sandy had other thoughts last year. In a nice display of class, those [...]
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Philadelphia Marathon and TNT

 I am also very excited to once again be the guest speaker at the Team in Training Inspirational Dinner the evening prior to the Philadelphia Marathon. I have done this talk before. I love my TNT family. I love this race. And I love this time of year. Looking forward to a great night followed [...]
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New York City 26.2 Here We Come

Saturday morning will find my wife and I barreling up the turnpike into NYC as I get set for this Sunday’s NYC marathon with 45,000 of my closest friends. This will be my 4th year running this epic event with my good buddy Ethan Zohn and his charity Grassroot Soccer. It actually would have been [...]
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Q & A With Running Legend Vicki Huber Rudawsky

I decided to add a new interview feature to my blog site. Here I will be reaching out to a number of influential people in my network to get their thoughts on a variety of health and fitness related topics. In this first interview, I spoke to two-time Olympian (Seoul 1988 and Atlanta 1996), Delaware native and Villanova University middle distance running legend Vicki Huber Rudawsky.
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The ChesapeakeMan Endurance Festival Is Filling Fast! – 7 Different Events – There’s One for You!

End your race season with an unforgettable event that everyone is raving about, the CheaspeakeMan Endurance Festival. Enjoy racing through the pristine Blackwater Wildlife Refuge on September 21st  on Maryland’s Eastern Shore when the heat of the season has subsided. Taking place in the same venue as TriColumbia’s world renown, Ironman 70.3 EagleMan race, ChesapeakeMan [...]
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Brad Schoener Memorial 5K Run / Walk & Music Marathon

I wanted to remind everyone about the Brad Schoener 5K on May 18th. Slots are filling up and there is no guarantee that many slots will be left for race day registration. We have plenty of fun things lined up again this year including the Phillie Phanatic and B101 radio. Also, runners will be chip timed this year! We also have a time change for this year’s event. Runners still kick off at 10:00 AM but walkers will start at 10:30 AM.
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Donate to The One Fund Boston

Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Tom Menino have announced the formation of The One Fund Boston, Inc. to help the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on April 15, 2013.
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Statement from Thomas Grilk, BAA Executive Director

We want to express our deepest gratitude to all of the B.A.A. medical personnel and volunteers and the City of Boston's first responders who reacted so courageously to help save lives. Special thanks to the loyal Boston Marathon community - over 8500 volunteers, 1000 medical personnel, the organizing committee, and hundreds of thousands along the race route - who make the experience what it is for all our runners, who are hurting today.
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