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Register for The Terrapin and the Hare 5K Mud Run and help bring recess to 24 schools in the Baltimore area! The Terrapin and the Hare Mud Run is a fun, high intensity, obstacle course run through the woods of Savage, Maryland. Starting at Terrapin Adventures, the Terrapin and the Hare will include 5 Kilometers of challenging terrain and will contain obstacles such as climbing walls, tires, webs, and, of course, mud. If you like a challenge and some food topped off with a beer from the Rams Head Tavern at the finish, then the Terrapin and the Hare is the race for you. Register now!
Event: Terrapin and the Hare 5k Mud Run
Date: Sunday May 5, 2013
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Congrats to everyone that participated in Ragnar Relay DC. We had a great time running through the mountains of Western Maryland until our arrival in Washington DC. There were so many teams out there from Friday morning until Saturday evening. It was quite the experience making hand offs to teammates in the middle hours of the night! How was your experience? Did you see TEAM ZERO RUNNING ABILITY? We would love to hear about your team stories! We will see you all next year!
From the GWU Athletic Website:
ANNAPOLIS, Md. - The George Washington women’s cross country ran to a sixth-place finish out of seven teams in its second meet of the season on Saturday morning at the Salty Dog Invitational hosted at the United States Naval Academy Golf Club.
The Invitational featured four teams that are ranked in the latest United States Track and Field Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Mid-Atlantic Region Poll in Navy, Maryland, American and Loyola (Md.).
The host Midshipmen claimed first place in the event followed by Johns Hopkins, Malone, Maryland, Loyola (Md.). The Colonials took sixth, finishing ahead of UMBC.
The Colonials finished just two points behind Loyola (Md.) who rank No. 15 in the latest USTFCCCA Mid-Atlantic Poll.
Senior Julia Weir was the top finisher for the Colonials on Saturday, taking 19th place overall out of 123 runners in the 5,000-meter race. She finished in 23:28, which was a 17-second improvement from her time at the 2011 installment of the event.
Senior Heather Stevens was next across the finish line for GW after navigating the course in 23:53 for a 30th-place finish. Stevens also improved on her 2011 Salty Dog Invitational time by about a minute. She was followed by freshman Caroline Wolfe (34th, 24:02), senior Juliana Stern (46th, 24:20), freshman Katie Bishop (76th, 25:08), sophomore Aubrey Gunnels (86th, 25:17), sophomore Erica Halvorson (101st, 25:47) and sophomore Katie Luker (106th, 26:01).
SALEM, Va. - The Shenandoah University men’s and women’s cross country teams returned to action with a pair of third place finishes Saturday afternoon at theRoanoke College Invitational.
The SU men were third of six teams with 64 points while the SU women had 77 points to finish third in their five-team event.
Host Roanoke won both team and individual titles.
Jacob Brennan was sixth in the men’s 8K race with a 30:03, Ryan Taylor eighth at 30:41 and Kyle Lombardi 11th at 31:12.
There were 42 men in the race.
On the women’s side, Dorothy Earner was fourth of 41 runners with a 21:57 over 5000 meters. Jaclyn Mohlmann was 14th and Emily Hesse 17th to back up Earner.
SU is back in action next week with the Don Cathcart Invitational hosted bySalisbury University.
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Congrats from CR to all of the Philly Rock and Roll Half Marathon runners, volunteers, and spectators! You all did a fantastic job and the results showed it! CR was excited to be there to run this race with all of you! Did you check out the top ten men and women finishers? Check out the link below. FAST!
Congrats to Leo Manzano on an amazing race during the 1500m final in London 2012. This was the first medal since 1968 for the U.S. in this event. Follow this link to see an amazing race if you already haven’t!
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NATIONAL CHAMPION: Tavik claims shot put title; first individual female champion in SU history
GRINNELL, Iowa – Salisbury University junior CHELSEA TAVIK made school history on Saturday afternoon, claiming the first individual national championship by a female student-athlete as she won the shot put title at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships.