Forget That Marathon: There’s A New ‘Race’ Coming To Philadelphia, And It Doesn’t Require Any Running
If the thought of running a 5K – let alone the likes of the Rocky 50K that recently happened in Philly – scares the sneakers off you, this might be the “race” for you.
The Philadelphia Marathon is back in 2014, and there are more than 50,000 spectators, 30,000 runners and 2,500 volunteers expected to descend on the City of Brotherly Love.
If you’d rather dress up like a superhero than try to actually be one, these are the craziest, zaniest, most fun races to hit the Philly area this fall.
Apparently, the organization has been receiving complaints about various “fun runs” that have been canceled with short notice.
A group committed to helping members of the homeless community transition to housing is hosting a unique fundraiser, and if you want to participate, make sure to bring your running shoes!
If you’d rather dress up like a superhero than try to actually be one, these are the craziest, zaniest, most fun races to hit the Philly area this season.
If you’d rather dress up like a superhero than try to actually be one, these are the craziest, zaniest, most fun races to hit the Philly area this spring.
If you’re planning on running in May’s iconic Broad Street Run, here are some tips from the experts for getting your body in tip top shape.
Whether you’ve trained for months to run it or stick to cheering friends and family on from the sidelines, the Blue Cross Broad Street Run is a must-do for any Philly resident.
For those of us who aren’t looking to get electrocuted or drown in a cess pool during our Saturday morning run, these are the most fun races in Philadelphia.
Registration will open up at midnight on Tuesday, April 1st for the full and half marathons and the Rothman Institute 8K.
The Philadelphia Marathon returns in 2013, and more than 50,000 spectators and 30,000 runners are expected to descend on the city. Here’s how to make the most of it.
A local nonprofit is asking volunteers to lace up their sneakers and run for shelter animals.
As Philadelphia prepares for the Broad Street Run, city officials are asking that both runners and residents be prepared for a number of things.