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Katie Forte: From Walk and Run 101 to Half Marathon Finisher

Training Walk & Run 101

Katie Forte: From Walk and Run 101 to Half Marathon Finisher

The Walk & Run 101 program and Coach Lisa gave me the courage to start RUNNING! I knew that I wanted to try running, but always had thoughts of, “Can I do this?” and “Am I a runner?” and, more importantly, “How do I start?” This program showed me that not only were there so many others just like me, but we all had what it took to CRUSH our own goals!

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Malaika's Walk and Run 101 Story

Training Walk & Run 101

Malaika's Walk and Run 101 Story

Malaika completed the 2018 winter-to-spring season of Walk & Run 101, our beginner walk/run program. Here, she tells us why training with CRC was exactly the kind of program she needed.

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Holly Jolly Holidays at CRC

Accessories

Holly Jolly Holidays at CRC

Santa already came down the chimney at CRC, and he brought a sleigh's worth of new holiday gear.  Do you like Goodr?  How about TWO new holiday styles?  Like Brooks?  How about the holliest, jolliest Ugly Sweater shirts and hat ever?  Check out the goodies here!

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Rivalry Week: CRC vs. Ann Arbor Running Company

Events

Rivalry Week: CRC vs. Ann Arbor Running Company

Help CRC take down the Ann Arbor Running Company!  Donate canned & boxed goods this week - and earn a CRC discount for contributing to the cause.

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XC Q&A: Davidson's Senior Duo, Ellie Tighe & Sophie Lewis

Cross Country Motivational

XC Q&A: Davidson's Senior Duo, Ellie Tighe & Sophie Lewis

his past Saturday, both the Hilliard Davidson girls and boys won the Pickerington Regional.  Once again, both programs are headed to the state XC championships.  To outside observers, that doesn't come as a surprise.  It seems as though the Davidson teams magically find their way to the top every year.  To those within the program, they know that there's no magic to it.  The Wildcats reach the top through a program that stresses hard work, team unity, and a growth mindset.  Runners at Davidson don't settle.  They improve.  A lot. 

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