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We’re going digital. Are you ready for a greener community resource that runs at a much-improved pace? We wouldn’t call it RPM if we didn’t want to keep getting faster. Read On.

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    Stepping Into Better Health: What You Should Know About Orthotics

    Allied Bone & Joint’s Dr. Randall Kline lays out the mechanics of how orthotics can help pain ease pain from the foot to the spine. Read on . . .

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    Middle Masters, Unite!

    Take into account your running surface, your carbs and sodium and even your attitude if you are a Middle Master distance runner. Read on.

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    Half Marathon Record Holder Ryan Hall to Speak at Breakfast

    Ryan Hall, two-time Olympian and first U.S. runner to break the one-hour barrier in the half marathon event, will be the featured speaker at the Kosciusko Community YMCA’s third annual Good Friday Breakfast. Read on.

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    Race Directing 101: The T-Shirt Conundrum

    When choosing your event shirt, above all, you want the billboard equity that comes with a well-designed event shirt that participants will wear long after the race is over. Read on.

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    Top 10 "Why To" Run the Chicago Marathon

    Terry Bush, an avid marathoner and an aficianado of the Chicago Marathon, ran his ninth Chicago event in October. He celebrated a great run with a little recovery reflection. Read on.

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