Getting the right gear is essential for swimming athletes
Swimming is often the most daunting leg of a triathlon for athletes. For those who haven’t spent their lives in the water, learning later in life can be difficult. And even for those who have, triathlon swimming, both recreational and competitive, offer very different ball games.
Lace up for a Turkey Trot before gorging on a Thanksgiving feast
Thanksgiving, with all of the over-eating, drinking, sleeping and eating again it entails, might stress out super-fit folks who don’t like leaving their practiced regimen of diet and exercise.
Don’t let the cold be a deterrent that leads to falling out of shape
As winter creeps in, it’s tough to battle the urge to snuggle up with a blanket, sleep in a little later or hit the sack a bit earlier, skipping or skimming on that dedicated gym time. You might even be deterred from leaving the warmth of your house for that early-morning walk or jog.
Two Central New York runners win marathons located in Pennsylvania and Ohio
With the finish line in sight, Fred Joslyn held nothing back.
Clay store expected to meet demand from northern suburbs and beyond
Like any good businesswomen, Ellen Griffin listens to her customers.
Lululemon Athletica moves into a downtown showroom
When Chip Wilson started Lululemon Athletica in 1998, it was about more than apparel. After attending a yoga class with his wife and noticing the participants’ unimpressive clothes, which were not designed for the demands of the exercise, he decided someone needed to create athletic apparel that was both beautiful and durable.
Fleet Feet is all about the fun runs.
The second annual Escape from Fright Nights at the New York State Fairgrounds on Friday, Oct. 25, 6 p.m., is no exception. Participants are encouraged to come dressed for the costume contest prior to the 2.5-mile un-timed fun run, which will start near the entrance at the Fright Nights at the Fair location.
The third annual Empire State Marathon has already registered 3,000 participants
In just three years, the Empire State Marathon, Half and Relay race has grown to include 3,000 racers from more than 40 states and nine countries.
Teamwork and discipline are keys to Tully High School’s cross country dynasty
Sustained success in any sport is difficult, but the Tully High School boys and girls varsity cross country programs are a rare exception. The Black Knights have been a cut above the competition for years, and the evidence is irrefutable:
Competitive distance running never has an off-season in Central New York.
Local runners will have their pick of challenging road races and marathons in the upcoming months. But the Syracuse Track Club (STC) offers another option for adults in the fall: cross country.