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Runners’ Post-Pandemic Dreams – The New York Times

Runners’ Post-Pandemic Dreams - The New York Times

Runners’ Post-Pandemic Dreams – The New York Times Runners’ Post-Pandemic Dreams – The New York Times This was a different and difficult year for running, with the Olympics delayed, major marathons and races canceled, and even group runs largely off the table.We asked readers what they dream about doing as soon as it’s safe to gather again. Here’s what some …

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Amid Workplace Complaints, New York Road Runners Parts Ways With Its C.E.O.

Amid Workplace Complaints, New York Road Runners Parts Ways With Its C.E.O.

Amid Workplace Complaints, New York Road Runners Parts Ways With Its C.E.O. Amid Workplace Complaints, New York Road Runners Parts Ways With Its C.E.O. But at the same time the board also hired a New York law firm to conduct an investigation of its workplace culture. According to two people with knowledge of the matter, that investigation is nearing its …

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The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway.

The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway.

The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway. The New York City Marathon Was Canceled. Runners Ran the Course Anyway. The New York City Marathon began on Oct. 17, technically at least. As one of many marathons to offer a virtual form after being canceled by the coronavirus pandemic, runners could sign up to complete a …

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‘Fat Talks,’ an Investigation, and a Reckoning: How Collegiate Runners Forced Reform

‘Fat Talks,’ an Investigation, and a Reckoning: How Collegiate Runners Forced Reform

‘Fat Talks,’ an Investigation, and a Reckoning: How Collegiate Runners Forced Reform ‘Fat Talks,’ an Investigation, and a Reckoning: How Collegiate Runners Forced Reform Crooke told Parsons to write down everything she was eating and to review the journals with him, she said. He told her to keep their discussions private, just as he had done with other runners, because, …

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With Pandemic Keeping Them Apart, Runners Embrace Virtual Races

With Pandemic Keeping Them Apart, Runners Embrace Virtual Races

With Pandemic Keeping Them Apart, Runners Embrace Virtual Races With Pandemic Keeping Them Apart, Runners Embrace Virtual Races On a Friday evening in late June, three women in matching blue-and-white Hoka running shoes leaned over a starting line at Buffalo Park in Flagstaff, Ariz., each with one hand on their watches. After a countdown and a yell of “go!” they …

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Do Runners Need to Wear Masks?

Do Runners Need to Wear Masks?

Do Runners Need to Wear Masks? Do Runners Need to Wear Masks? Jane Rosen began yelling sometime in April. By May, it had become routine. The incidents usually occur near her minivan, which she parks alongside Central Park in New York City. As she attempts to enter or exit the vehicle, a cyclist or a runner will whiz by, so …

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For Runners, Is 15 Feet the New 6 Feet for Social Distancing?

For Runners, Is 15 Feet the New 6 Feet for Social Distancing?

It may be a good idea to give one another more than six feet of space while exercising outside during the current coronavirus pandemic, according to a compelling new study that looked at how air flows around bodies in motion. The study has not yet been published in a peer-reviewed journal and the results need further confirmation. But they indicate …

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Quarantined Runners Log Miles in Backyards and Living Rooms

Quarantined Runners Log Miles in Backyards and Living Rooms

Self-quarantine can be an opportunity to make the most of a sedentary day. Learn a new language online. Take up knitting. Get through that stack of books you have been meaning to read. Or you can leave the cocoon of your couch and join the worldwide tribe of lockdown runners who are trying to adapt to the challenges of confinement. …

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