When you are off races for 8+ months, the best race to get our ass back would be a short 6K on flat route, yes?
Run in Paris Part 3 covers the last leg of our run from the Obelisque to the heights of Montmarte! And back to hotel for a good 20K run.
Run in Paris Part 2 covering our run along the rive Droite (right bank of Seine) to the Obelisque to complete the first 10K leg.
What do you do when you DNS (missed) a planned 10K run when in Paris? Well, you just get out and do your own Run in Paris!
Their first race only had 200 participants. In this year's run, they'd over 1,500 runners. Let us take you to Bidor for a 10K run.
This was our first "race" for 2013. Well, you probably can't consider this as a race since it's not going to run from point A to point B, but more of a "treasure hunt" style of popping into various zones to collect tokens.
Read about our recce run at the Retiro Park which is the finishing point for the Madrid Rock-n-Roll Run.
One of the key events of the Madrid Rock & Roll Marathon is arguably Europe's largest Health & Fitness Expo (with most vendors displaying running related merchandise) held at the Pabellon de La Pipa, which is the venue where we'll be collecting our race pack.
Saw this in Facebook (Giro Italia's page) and thought of capturing here. Running with the devil, as they'll say.
Siemens has a reputation for hosting one of the more "fun" races in KL and with them donating the run proceeds to charity, it's a run that's always worth supporting. I missed the 2009 run as I was late to the party and the registration has closed. I did sign up for last year's but due to some last minute engagement, couldn't make it on run day itself.