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8 Great Running Routes in Florida

When you think “trail running,” the Sunshine State probably isn’t the first location that comes to mind. With its flat terrain and touristy reputation, Florida is more often associated with beaches and theme parks. However, this sub-tropic paradise just might surprise you. The warm climate, unique ecosystems and active pace of life have begun to[…]

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4 Reasons Why Moms Should Start Running

Introducing Sharon Hanks, a wife and mom of two boys. She is a RunGo Ambassador and lives in Northern California. She enjoys running 5ks to marathons. When she’s not running she enjoys recapping her experiences on her blog Run- Hike-Play, hiking, camping, and spending time with the kids. This week Sharon is sharing her story[…]

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RunGo Ambassador Feature: 5 Questions with Mollie Millington

Mollie is the ‘Happiness Personal Trainer’, a UK Athletics run coach, an Institute for Integrative Nutrition holistic health coach, and a RunGo Ambassador. Originally from Upstate NY, she has lived in London, UK for 5 years with her husband and rescued Staffie. She has been a member of RODS Racing, who raise money for orphans with[…]

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5 Great Running Routes in New York

New York City is a city full of runners, running groups and great marathons. If you find yourself in the Big Apple, here are 5 running routes in New York to try: 1. Andrea Rafael Bridges Run This fun run brings you through the best sights New York City has to offer, along the Hudson River and[…]

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Interview with Craig Slagel: Tor des Geants

Our founder, Craig Slagel, won the Arroyo Facebook Photo Contest a couple of months ago for his picture Running in the Italian Alps during Tor des Geants in Valle d’Aosta! This brought back memories from his race 5 years ago and we thought it’d be awesome to share them and inspire you to sign up[…]

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5 Great Running Routes in Washington, DC

Washington is a great city to run in, with plenty of trails, scenery and history. Here are 5 great running routes in Washington that prove just that: 1. National Mall 10K Loop Tour Explore National Mall, one of the most popular destinations in the city, which attracts around 24 million visitors each year. This route[…]

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3 Scenic Running Routes in Portland, OR

With a mild climate and easy access to scenic trails from the city, it’s no wonder why the running scene in Portland is so active. Here are 3 scenic running routes in Portland to try on your next run: 1. Washington Park Out and Back Tour This tour takes you past some of the must-see sights of[…]

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3 Great Running Routes in Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne has an active running scene, with a plethora of trails, parks and running clubs in the city. Whether you’re a newbie or a veteran, this city has the variety to offer something for everyone. Here are 3 scenic running routes in Melbourne to try if you’re in the city. Melbourne Capital City Trail Tour The Capital City[…]

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3 Great Running Routes in Chicago for the Traveling Runner

While Chicago is known for its food, music and sports, it has even more to offer the traveling runner. With great public art displays, world-class architecture, and scenic trails, Chicago is a great city for runners, whether you’re a road runner, or a trail runner. Here are 3 great running routes in Chicago for the traveling[…]