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.
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.
As a competitor in athletic events, sweat and some dirt and grime go with the territory. For a muddy good time, check out these events in Philadelphia.
Every four years, the New Jersey Pest Management Association pits two Madagascar hissing cockroaches against each other in a race for the White House.
Organizers say 64 teams from the East Coast are part of this regatta, made up of clubs that practice all year long, to teams from offices and organizations that use this as a team-building exercise.
I’ll Have Another ran down Bodemeister in the final furlong Saturday to win the Kentucky Derby, winding up in the winner’s circle despite a rookie jockey, a more famous stable pony, and a price tag of just $11,000 as a yearling.
Forty-thousand people are expected for the Broad Street Run this weekend, and among them is a Montgomery county mom who has turned a devastating tragedy into inspiration.
The United States was flawless in all six relays in the “U.S.A. vs. the World” races at Franklin Field on Saturday.
PhillyHealthWatch Host Tiffany Bucciarelli covered the First Annual SPIN Possibilities in the Park 5K race.
A group of runners are doing their part in getting shelter dogs adopted.
PhillyHealthWatch’s Tiffany Bucciarelli interviews SPIN about the 5K Run/Walk “SPIN Possibilities in the Park 5K.”