Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Sunday, January 18, 2009
The second group went out on the regular Saturday morning 5K/3.1 miles route through Oakhurst, Agnes Scott, and Winnona Park. There was a diverse group of 8 and all had smiles on, even with weather starting in the teens. Thanks to Charles Cope of One Step at a Time for hosting the runs, having a warm store to start and end from, and water available for all runners and walkers.
If you are interested in Saturday runs in the Oakhurst neighborhood, please join us.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
About the race
Name: CdLS Awareness 5K
Distance: 5K Run/Walk
Date: Saturday, February 7, 2009, 10:00 a.m.
Location: Decatur, Ga.
Race to benefit the Cornelia de Lange Syndrome Foundation and research facilities.
Find out more about CdLS below.
- Saturday, February 7
9 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. - Race Day Registration
10 a.m. - 5K Run/Walk.
(Clicking on link will open a new window to display a printer friendly application.)
Pre-registration (by January 31) - $18
After Jan 31 & Race day registration - $25
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
The community is invited to attend an ING Marathon Community Information Meeting on Thursday, February 5th from 6 – 7pm in the City Commission Room at Decatur City Hall. Organizers from ING will be there to answer questions as well as give information about volunteering, the Community Challenge, the race route and more. The event is scheduled, Sunday, March 29th.
The City of Decatur will be staffing two water stations again this year, as well as have a cheering section. And of course, we will be competing to win once again!
Hope to see you at the meeting,
Special Events Coordinator - City of Decatur - 678-553-6573 - email@example.com
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Registration Fees increased on Active.com at Midnight Sunday Jan. 11th. However, there are still serveral ways to get registration discounts!
– Fast Fast Fast!
Register Now at: www.active.com or print application at www.silvercometraces.com – The new website launched this week!
Results will be posted by 2:00pm 3/14/09 for you to print off and include with Peachtree Road Race 2009 Applications!
Monday, January 12, 2009
Saturday, January 10, 2009
Sorry to burst your image of the group.
- Run against traffic. It's easier to avoid traffic if you can see it.
- Don't wear dark colors at night. White running attire is the easiest to see at night, but orange and yellow are also appropriate. Along with anything reflective, flashing, or lights.
- Run behind vehicles at intersections. Even if a car or truck has stopped at a stop sign, there's no guarantee the driver has seen you.
- Don't wear headphones. Wearing headphones diminishes a runner's ability to hear a car horn, a voice or a potential attacker.
- Wear a billed cap and clear glasses. The bill of a cap will hit an unseen tree branch or another obstacle before the obstacle hits your head. Clear glasses will protect your eyes from bugs and other unseen obstacles.
- Vary your routes. A potential attacker can watch for runners' patterns and loom in a particularly dark or isolated area.
- Run with a partner. There's strength in numbers.
- Try to make eye contact and acknowledge a driver. The interaction, however brief, could save your life.
Guidelines were taken from an article by James Raia for Active.com, "Tips for Safely Running in the Dark."
Thanks and I hope you enjoy!