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Illness, Injuries, and Adapting Your Training Accordingly

You have to know your body and what it can handle. Know if you’re able to run or if you need to rest.

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Dobson (right) is closely trailed by former Ducks runner and Galen Rupp.

Team Run Eugene Picks Olympian Ian Dobson as New Coach

The popular running group, Team Run Eugene, that helps aspiring runners has hired former Olympian Ian Dobson as their new coach.

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TrackTown Race Results: Hospice Run/Walk to Remember and More

Another week has come and gone, and here are the race results for the past week of action.

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When Running Gives You Woes: How to Get Over a Bad Race

A bad race is a lot like a fight in a relationship: it hurts and makes you fell bad about yourself. But how do you bounce back after a bad race with a good time?

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Morning runs are also a struggle for those who'd much rather just stay curled-up in bed (Thomas Hawk Photography)

Life of a Runner: Love vs. Hate Relationship

Running, while a passion, has it’s irritations. There’s no better way to say than to call it what it is: a love/hate relationship.

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A Heads-Up on an Awesome Community Race

EDN’s very own running expert, Rachel Jensen, will be competing in the 2012 Nick Symmonds Springfield 800, which benefits Big Brother, Big Sister of Lane County.

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TrackTown Race Results: Twilight River Run and More

Another week of local races have come and gone, and here’s how our local runner fared.

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From Left to Right: Kevin Baird (Author), Amber Baird, Terri Madsen. After finishing the Terrain Mud Run.

Terrain Mud Run: Dirty Dirty Fun

338 people showed up at Camp Harlow on May 12 to race. The waves of runners began with the boom of cannon fire, the racers following a stony trail that ran parallel with a field of knee high crops and into an orchard. The orchard contained the first two of the 20+ obstacles on the 5+ mile course.

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