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.
Police have arrested Garry Beauford in connection with the assault of a military veteran who was running across the country in support of veterans.
The Red Cross Walk and Run to Save Lives is taking place at the Philadelphia Zoo on October 5th and organizers insist that there is still time to sign up.
Three-thousand athletes and their fans took over the city for the TriRock Philadelphia Triathlon this weekend.
As security at big races around the country gets tighter, it’s getting tighter here too.
Walking is something 14-year-old Taj Bland of Overbrook, doesn’t take for granted.
The money raised will go to the Children’s Tumor Foundation to help find a cure for neurofibromatosis, a potentially life-threatening chromosome deficiency.
The Penn Museum’s “Run! Super-Athletes of the Sierra Madre” is set to close next weekend, so the museum is hosting a special guest.
PhillyHealthWatch’s Tiffany Bucciarelli interviews SPIN about the 5K Run/Walk “SPIN Possibilities in the Park 5K.”
A local church is holding a “Fit for Eternity” walk/run on Saturday, July 23rd in Germantown.
Saturday was the Sprint distance. Sunday, the big event, the Olympic distance features pros and elites competing for $40,000 in prize money.
A New Jersey man is going to great lengths to help children with autism.
If you’re a runner, you know registration is closed for the big Broad Street race, but there’s another Broad Street run you may not have known about, and it’s helping a young boy with a life-threatening disease.