Even though she came in last place during her event, Ida Keeling is quite possibly the biggest winner from this year’s Gay Games!
The event is organized by and for LGBT individuals but not all who compete are gay. The 99-year-old great-grandmother participated in the 100-meter race and clocked in a time of 59.8 seconds! It’s believed that no other woman has ever recorded a faster time for her age group! Which isn't too shabby for a woman who started running when she was already 67!
The native New Yorker traveled to Akron, OH, this week with her daughter, Shelley, so that she could show the world that ANYTHING is possible if you believe in yourself!
Ida lost her husband to a
This has to be seen to be beliebed
Justin Bieber recently was spotted in Beverly Hills this past Friday, and his latest outfit had our head spinning!
Not necessarily because of its outlandishness, but mainly because he was wearing it while doing some light jogging!
The music icon had on neon green shoes and leather frickin' shorts while he jogged around. He was also simultaneously
Ernie Andrus is a 90-year-old World War II veteran who is — RIGHT NOW — running clear across the country!
Yeah. And what’re you doing today?
Claire Wyckoff of San Francisco has an amazing website called Running Drawing.
Basically, she uses her Nike+ to map her runs and she runs specific routes to draw pictures, because Nike+ tracks your every step and draws on a map the route you've run.
So imagine all the cool things you could draw just by running around your neighborhood??
This is horrible news!
Torrin Lawrence, a sprinter for Team USA, tragically died on Monday morning when his car was hit by a tractor trailer.
The 25-year-old’s tire exploded while he was driving in Georgia around 1:40am, so he got out of the car to call 911. Unfortunately, a semi-truck hit Torrin’s car, which then
Julie Creffield is a blogger and jogger from the U.K. and she's a fighter against inequality.
She uses herself as an example to prove wrong anyone who says that fat women can't run marathons.
Basically, after struggling to get into shape and doing some short distance fun runs, Julie decided to buckle down and sign up for the 2012 London marathon.
What pushed her to do something so drastic? She said:
Wow! This is one determined momma!
Alysia Montano is 34-weeks pregnant, but competed in the 800 meters race on Thursday at the US Track and Field Championships anyway!
This 28-year-old athlete is set to give birth in seven weeks, but she felt that it was important to run, even though she finished last. Alysia explained her decision to participate, saying: