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Looking Back: 2016 Tokyo Marathon

Looking Back: 2016 Tokyo Marathon

As the 2017 Tokyo Marathon approaches, Headsweats Ambassador Jill Monroe shares a look at her experience running the iconic race last year. For Jill’s full race report, check out her blog Travel. Run. Repeat. March 7, 2016 I can’t believe that the 2016 Tokyo Marathon is now over, and I am sitting on my couch writing my race report. I found out on September 15th that I was selected to participate. I entered the lottery in August, not knowing what would…

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Challenged Athletes Foundation Hosts San Diego Triathlon Challenge

Challenged Athletes Foundation Hosts San Diego Triathlon Challenge

The Challenged Athletes Foundation (CAF) and The YMCA of San Diego County took over the beautiful La Jolla Cove on Sunday, October 23, 2016 to host the Aspen Medical Products San Diego Triathlon Challenge! During the event, over 200 physically challenged athletes completed a 1-mile ocean swim, and 44-mile bike ride, and a 10-mile run along one of the most breathtaking courses in the country. In it’s 23rd year, the event is unlike any other in the world, and is called…

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A Race Experience Abroad – The Amsterdam Marathon

A Race Experience Abroad – The Amsterdam Marathon

Running is such an amazing sport because it constantly introduces you to new people and places. Headsweats Ambassador Kim Cowart experienced this first-hand when she had the opportunity to race in the Amsterdam Marathon earlier this month. Read more about Kim’s experience in Amsterdam and what she learned from racing in another country! My three passions in life are running, writing and traveling.  My dream is to combine all three writing about my running adventures in far away places.  My most…

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Gorge Waterfalls 100k…Still learning…

Gorge Waterfalls 100k…Still learning…

Sometimes, no matter how much you prepare, your race doesn’t go as expected.  HS Ambassador Joe Dean found out the hard way when unexpected illness stuck in the middle of his 100k race.  In this blog post, Joe discusses his first time dealing with mid-race nausea, overcoming the disappointment of a DNF, and how he found the silver lining in a race that didn’t turn out quite the way he planned. I remember it clearly…it was October 22nd of last year,…

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