Staying true to the Valentine's Day spirit, each runner will receive a shirt that says "Available" or "Unavailable."
Track Standouts become the third and fourth student- athletes at Brooklyn High School for Law and Tech to earn D-I scholarships this school year.
By Jerry Del Priore Last Saturday, Dan Foster held his fourteenth annual Dan’s 5K fun run/walk adjacent to the Gerritsen Beach Ball fields in Gerritsen Beach. The event was a fundraiser for the Colon Cancer Alliance Blue Hope Financial Assistance Program, for which Foster,67, serves as the Brooklyn Ambassador. CCABHFA provides funding to organizations that … Continue reading People Turn Out in Droves for 14th Annual Dan’s 5K Run/Walk in Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn
By Jerry Del Priore When most people approach the retirement age, they think of winding down, and relaxing for the rest of their lives. Perhaps swinging in a hammock and reading to pass the time. Not many people have thoughts of pushing their body to the limits, however, like Glen Avery does. Avery, who will … Continue reading Western New Yorker Glen Avery Will Attempt to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents in Seven Days
Blind Runner Jason Romero's Progress Update
By Jerry Del Priore Ultra-marathoner Jason “Relentless” Romero has run distances that would make even the most accomplished runners' jaws drop in awe. From a 100-mile race in the Florida Keys’ sweltering heat to a 205-mile event, and everything in between, Romero hasn’t shied away from any daunting distances in recent years. Proving the point … Continue reading Christian Faith Drives Jason Romero to Become Country’s First Blind Runner to Trek Across U.S.