Entries from Team AllEars® Running Blog tagged with 'half marathon'

Hail to the Bus Driver

by Michael Miller One of the oldest, most respected distance races in the world is the Comrades Marathon in South Africa. A 56-mile race, Comrades has a very strict 12 hours cut-off, which most people cannot even imagine making. That...

Following Your Runner WDW Marathon Weekend PART III of III

In Part III of our series on following your runner during Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend Jessica Atawonta and Dave Aulen summarize all that they and their families have learned regarding how to follow runners during the half and full...

Following Your Runner WDW Marathon Weekend PART II of III

In Part II of our series on following your runner at Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend, Dave Aulen shares the strategy he perfected for following his wife Holly through the Magic Kingdom and Epcot without a car during two Goofy...

Following Your Runner WDW Marathon Weekend PART I of III

The excitement of a RunDisney race is not owned exclusively by the runners. Family and friends can also get in on the fun by following their runners along the course. Team AllEars runners look forward to finding their supporters on...

Running with a Purpose

by Mike Scopa Team AllEars Co-Captain So I've had a week or two to reflect on the 2010 Walt Disney World Marathon Weekend and specifically my fourth Walt Disney World Half-Marathon. Over that weekend there were so many stories"so many...

Turning the Half into Thirds

by Mike Scopa Regardless as to how long in your life you have been running, if you've basically gone no further than 10K (6.2 miles) or a mile or two further, then the thought of running 30,016 inches becomes rather...

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