Runners and walkers have a rockin’ good time at Rocktobrewfest
It was neither  too cold, nor too hot, when the horn sounded at 5 o’clock p.m. on Saturday night at the annual ‘Rocktobrewfest’ race, held at Schilling Robotics in Davis. Hundreds of runners and walkers participated in the 5K and 5 mile road race, which ran along city streets and paths in East Davis in › Read more
San Francisco Race for the Cure creates awareness and support for those affected by breast cancer
Thousands of women, men and children filled San Francisco’s Embarcadero on Sunday morning, September 30th, many dressed from head to toe in pink. As the starting fog horn sounded (it was San Francisco, after all), the athletes took off from under a pink balloon arch and headed south towards AT&T Park. The event was the › Read more
Palo Alto Moonlight Run kicks off annual campaign to help fund child-oriented nonprofits
The full moon lit  up the sky, but it was the smiles of 2,300 runners, walkers and even a few four-legged friends that were shining bright in Palo Alto on Friday night at the 34th Annual Palo Alto Weekly Moonlight Run and Walk. › Read more
Female road race finishers dominate finish lines across the USA
In 1990, only 25 percent of road race finishers in the US were women? Today, females make up more than half of road race finishers in the United States. In 2017, more women than men finished road races in the U.S., and the most popular race distance was the 5K, according to Running USA, an organization › Read more
Why is a marathon 26.2 miles?
Many runners know that a marathon is 26.2 miles, or to be more specific, 26 miles plus 385 yards. But how did that distance originate? In a nod to Greek history, the first marathon running event at the inaugural Olympics in 1896 commemorated the story of Pheidippides, a soldier who reportedly ran from a battlefield › Read more
2018 Davis Labor Day Race Wrap Up
The 22nd Annual Davis Labor Day Races kicked off at 8:00 a.m. on a quiet Monday morning in Davis, CA. Five hundred runners and walkers – and even a few dogs – congregated at Downtown Davis’ Central Park for the festivities. Runners and walkers traveled from Downtown Davis to South Davis, taking a pedestrian tunnel › Read more
Friday Inspiration: a 13 year old finishes the Davis Moonlight Run with her mom
Friday Inspiration This post is from our July Moonlight Run, and it’s one of the most inspiring things I’ve read in a long time! ❤️Repost from @getfastfish on instagram:     View this post on Instagram   We were just about to turn a corner and see the finish line. I told Mia “here we go you › Read more
A starry sky provides a perfect backdrop for the Davis Moo-nlight Run
The 7th Annual Davis Moo-nlight Run kicked off on Saturday night, July 7th, hosting  over 1,500 people clad in glow-in-the-dark and bovine-themed outfits. Races began at 7:00 p.m., with the half marathon race taking off first. Runners in this division traveled along streets and bike paths of South and East Davis. After a kids fun › Read more

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