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2020 Run Tucson Year In Review

Check out our email Year in Review By the Numbers In 2020, Run Tucson was able to provide $27,931 to support children in need, wheelchair athletes, health care workers, animal welfare, local public media, explorations in science, and health, wellness, & public health advocacy. We’re especially grateful to all of you and to our major sponsors for making this … Read more

Race Report for 2020 Grand Canyon Trail Marathon

Well, that was fun! Mostly cloudy skies and a ton o’ wind, but we escaped the afternoon rain and the nighttime snow, so we’ll call it a win! Speaking of winning, please see the race report below and a host of other-post race details, including information for the Virtual runners, a thank you from the … Read more

Our Principles

Emerson closes Self-Reliance with this:”Nothing can bring you peace but the triumph of principles.” A life of running has provided us with 10 principles and beliefs that enable us to help build a stronger community.   At its root, we believe that running is a solitary pursuit that brings people together.   We believe in using the sport of running … Read more

Update on Grand Canyon Trail Half Marathon & 5K

We’re moving forward with an in-person Grand Canyon Trail Half Marathon and 5k Run/Walk on Saturday, November 7th.   The first 250 registrants in either the 5k or the half-marathon will receive these goodies: Grand Canyon running buff Colorful long sleeve shirt Souvenir race coster medal Souvenir race bib We’ve been given permission from all required agencies … Read more

TMC MMD 5k & 1 Mile Training: Week 2

Welcome to week 2!  I really like to use the “introduce, improve, perfect” training model.  This means you will see 3 similar effort sessions 3 weeks in a row.  This gives you the opportunity to feel progress.  First and foremost, your runs should start to feel easier, if not faster.  Second, you’ll get more comfortable … Read more

Running in our COVID-19 Public Health Crisis

Running and Fitness During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis: Everything to Know for Runners and Walkers Randy Accetta, Tia Accetta, and the RRCA March 26, 2020   TABLE OF CONTENTS ·      CDC Advice and Public Health Overview ·      What Experts Say About Exercise and Immune Health ·      Training Advice for Runners ·      Eating Well and … Read more

March 15: Advice for Runners During our Public Health Crisis

See what we have written for the national RRCA community here: https://www.rrca.org/news-articles/news-archives/2020/03/15/advice-for-rrca-members-running-coaches-and-club-leaders Runners are optimistic by nature, but it’s hard to super optimistic in the face of the current public health crisis of coronavirus and COVID-19.  As an athlete, you may be feeling a little down, a bit stressed, and a lot unmotivated. As a … Read more

US Trail Running Conference – October 12

US Trail Running Conference – October 12, 2017 Estes Park, Colorado. At the US #trailconference RRCA plug at a trail running conference?!? We’re all one big happy family. @runsar @rrcanational @trailrunnermag #hardrock100 #runtucson #runlocal #trailrunner #trailrunning @antiasimone