But who wouldn’t want an endless roll of duct tape, really?
With the holidays now upon us, many of us find it increasingly challenging to stay focused on our fitness schedule, our health habits, our diet and our daily workout routines. Let’s face it, we are all busy and daily life just seems to get in the way and sometimes can derail our best intentions and what we started way back in the spring and were doing so well with.
Every now and then it feels good to be recognized when people know who you are, what you do and what you have done. Then there are times when it might be better not to be recognized at all or, as I like to call it, “being incognito.”
Meghan asks: Why don't all races allow pregnant women to defer? It's not an equal-opportunity affliction.
Years ago, before the huge field sizes and multiple wave starts, I always thought seeing course clocks along the race route was both informative and motivational. Now, I am not so sure anymore.
As we kick off our #RunWithRainier program we will be introducing you to a variety of athletes with a variety of stories, and we are so excited to introduce you to our first athlete, Dave McGillivray.
A conversation with a flight attendant shows that the general public may not realize how amazing the runners in Rio really are.
Some recent cancellations took place when authorities declined to approve courses after runners had already signed up.
As a part of a continued educational series for event organizers, this industry-veteran packed panel speakership titled, “Commercial Event Management: The Future As We See It” was hosted by ACTIVE Network and moderated by General Manager of Sports, Sam Renouf. Panel participants included ACTIVE Network customers, Andrew Messick of IRONMAN®, Dave McGillivray of DMSE, Jack Caress or Pacific Sports, LLC and John Connors of The Color Run®.
The director of these new races in North Andover, Massachusetts, details what runners can expect this July 15 through 17.
DANA FARBER CANCER INSTITUTE
Dave McGillivray, B.A.A. Boston Marathon® Race Director, shares motivating words at the Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge Pasta Party.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to make your race stand out, attract more runners and keep them coming back. Dave McGillivray presents tips and advice to race directors looking to differentiate their events, while still appealing to as many runners as possible. From course routes and incorporating the spectator experience to ideas for creative swag, How to Create Engaging Events will teach you how to make your race be the talk of the town.
Some events offer this, but many need the foot traffic at the expo to satisfy sponsors and exhibitors.
Here's what to do if an event did not live up to your expectations.