Let it snow. You never know who might win. Saturday, Dec. 8, was the first time Ethiopian Beyasa Moleta, 25, had ever run in the white stuff. Wait until we get to see what he can do in prime conditions. Ayele Kassaye, 24, tried to catch him.
Carissa Lee (48:11) and Pete Sumner (48:10) first met in 2004 at the West Point Triathlon in West Point, N.Y. Their love for running brought them together, and four years later, they married. The Sumners participated in this year’s Jingle All the Way 8k. Only this time,
If anyone knew what the Footlocker Cross Country Championships were all about, it was Sean McGorty. In 2011, as a Chantilly High School junior, he earned a trip to San Diego with a sixth place finish in the south regional meet. He had heard all about the
It’s time to nominate your favorites for the Best of Washington Running 2014. We will collect nominations until Dec. 15, and final voting will be open from Dec. 16-Jan. 16. The top six nominees will move on to the finals.
Tyler Andrews, 23, registered last-minute for the Drumstix Dash 8k while visiting family for Thanksgiving in the D.C. area. Although the temperatures were a far cry from what he’s used to while living in Quito, Ecuador, Andrews took first place overall in Saturday’s race with a time
Thanksgiving, a day organized around gatherings, started with a cold race for thousands of people. More than 10,000 registered runners preceded any pie with the SOME (So Others Might Eat) Trot for Hunger. For many participants, the 5k embodied the essence of the holiday. “This one is
Sometimes it’s good to be a local running king. It comes with the perks of using your influence to throw a community race and help raise money for your children’s preschool. That’s exactly what Michael Wardian has done for the last four years organizing the Kinhaven School
What might be better than a crowd of eager runners hungry for a win? Simple: a crowd of eager runners racing to feed the hungry! Saturday, November 23, marked the second year that Columbia Baptist Church in Falls Church held its Spend Yourself 5k along the W&OD
Even after 50 miles of running, Zach Miller was still happy to be out on the JFK 50 Mile course. For a guy who spends five months at a time at sea, the latest champion of the east coast’s big fall ultramarathon doesn’t take any time on
From global to local, the .US National Road Racing Championships in Alexandria, Va. catered to runners of all skill-levels. The race not only featured 30 Olympian and world-class athletes, but also included a community 12k. While many competitors did not have their sights on a new world