Best Running Shoes Fall 2021

Road racing has returned this fall, after an 18-month hiatus, and that means it’s time to lace up the fastest new shoes to test your fitness. But whether you’re racing or just enjoying your daily mileage, there are fantastic new models that leverage the latest bouncy foams and irritation-free uppers to ensure you get the most from every run.

To find this season’s best shoes, our test team and more than 250 wear-testers piled miles on 78 different models, with each

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A Seattle mecca for running goes dark as the city continues to fall short on homelessness

The unique appeal of the sport of cross country is right there in the name.

No place in the Seattle area is known for giving high school runners more soul-sapping country to try to cross than the roller-coaster-like trails of Lower Woodland Park, near Green Lake.

“It’s the mecca for cross country in Seattle,” says Jim Neff, a local running coach since the 1980s. “It’s known everywhere as an extremely challenging course, so runners come from all over to test themselves against it.”

“Do you enjoy mud, camaraderie and suffering through the hills of Lower Woodland Park?” is actually the

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Major Marathons – Who Is Running Major Marathons in Fall 2021?

For the first time ever, all six World Marathon Majors will be contested in the fall of the same year. Due to postponements caused by COVID-19, the Berlin, London, Tokyo, Chicago, Boston, and New York City marathons are all scheduled to take place within a seven-week timeframe.

For many athletes, these marathons will be their first 26.2 since the onset of the pandemic, and they’ve set big goals for the return of the sport.

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Between runners doubling in events to some chasing national records,

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Mountain biker injured in fall on Burlington trail

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – A woman was injured Monday after falling down an embankment in Burlington while mountain biking.

Burlington police say the woman was on a trail off Mansfield Avenue and fell down an embankment, ditched her bike and hit her head.

Crews arrived at the scene and used their stokes and wheels, which is a specialized litter designed for backwoods rescues. She was then sent to the hospital.

We do not know her condition.

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Premier League clubs report first fall in revenue amid coronavirus impact | Football News

Coronavirus restrictions saw Premier League clubs report a fall in revenue for the first time, according to new figures from finance company Deloitte for the 2019-20 season.

The lack of matchday spectators coupled with a rebate and delay affecting some broadcast income saw revenue fall around 13 per cent, although the 20 top-flight clubs still brought in a combined £4.5billion.

A cumulative pre-tax loss of almost £1bn was also the largest in Premier League history and almost five times the previous season’s £200m figure as the true financial cost of the pandemic becomes clear.

Dan Jones of Deloitte’s sports business

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College football coaches react to fall camp safety changes

If there’s anyone who knows the byproduct of a preseason camp with limited physical contact, it’s Ken Niumatalolo.

Many know the story by now. The Navy coach outlawed contact during the Midshipmen’s camp last August out of an abundance of caution and uncertainty surrounding the on-field spread of COVID-19. For four weeks, Navy players practiced, for the most part, flag football. Contact was almost strictly limited to banging against sleds and cushioned dummies. Helmets were mostly unscuffed, and shoulder pads were left in pristine condition at the end of camp. Players even used cushioned shields to cover their faces during

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