Running in the Metroparks

Running in the Metroparks

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Running is the reason most people come to the Metroparks. This is how Carrie Haddix, Executive Director of Metroparks Toledo, discovered her love for the outdoors. “I’ve been running my whole life,” Haddix told 13abc. “I started running at the Wildwood Metropark when I was a …

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Tadej Pogačar vows to disrupt UCI World Championship road race: ‘We have to do something’

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Don’t miss a moment of Paris-Roubaix and Unbound Gravel, Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and everything in between when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”, “type “:”link”}}”>join Outside+. Tadej Pogačar and his five Slovenian cronies will plot to ambush the …

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West Coast Trail Planning and Design

IMBA Trail Solutions planners, designers, project managers and community engagement specialists travel the country each calendar year, creating the next generation of trail development. The mileage and elevation gains they put on their hiking boots do not match the passion of each of these professionals to bring more human-powered recreation …

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Concrete Playground launches a new travel offer CP Trips

To share Tweeter To share E-mail Concrete Playground has launched a new extension of its offer to include a dedicated e-commerce travel platform, Concrete Playground Trips (CP Trips). CP trips is designed to offer Gen Z (16-25) and Millennial (26-41) travelers an exclusive selection of unique cashless itineraries across Australia …

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Lions running back D’Andre Swift expected to play against Commanders, but likely limited

DETROIT, MICHIGAN – SEPTEMBER 11: D’Andre Swift #32 of the Detroit Lions plays against the Philadelphia Eagles at Ford Field on September 11, 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Detroit Lions downgraded guard Jonah Jackson promotes two of practice squad by Brad Berreman Lions running back D’Andre …

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Suffern Cross-Country Invitational Meet: North Rockland, Somers champions

BEAR MOUNTAIN – When Sophie Ginsberg reached the finish line in fourth place, ahead of 140 other runners on Saturday, she was beside herself – happy to have finally beaten someone who had consistently passed her on the Bear course Mountain. Ginsberg, a senior from White Plains who was one …

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Margerie Reservoir Trail a misconception

For the editor, “Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it”. This saying resonates more and more with each passing day; from the smallest to the biggest problems. In the grand scheme of things, it may seem like the first, but in local issues, it does indeed …

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Adventure rules the life of the Hubbard man | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Correspondent / Nancilynn Gatta RJ Markowitz demonstrates how to use the climbing wall at Youngstown State University’s Andrews Student Recreation and Wellness Center, where he is Adventure Recreation Coordinator. He graduated in 2006 from Niles McKinley High School and now lives in Hubbard with his …

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Youngsville residents outraged by running water issues

YOUNGSVILLE, Louisiana (KLFY) — Many Youngsville residents are outraged by the poor quality of their running water. Customers of Embedded total environmental solutions say this has been happening for too long and something needs to be done about it. Brady Barry says it’s been years. Man arrested for attempted murder …

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Cross-country opens the season with wave racing – The Bowdoin Orient

Last weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams kicked off their season with the Colby, Bates and Bowdoin (CBB) Wave Races at Pineland Farms. The encounter, against rivals Bates and Colby, was the Riders’ first chance to compete after intense pre-season training and served as motivation for their upcoming …

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Oregon Man Walks 2,000 Miles on the Oregon Trail

Don Martin plans to use his trip to write a guide for others interested in hiking the historic but rarely used trail. PRINEVILLE, Ore. – When you hear the name Oregon Trail, you might think of low-tech computer gaming and contemplate death from dysentery. But for Don Martin, hiking the …

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Canadian government requires ArriveCan app for Detroit marathon runners

If you plan to run the Detroit Free Press Marathon on October 16, you will need to download the ArriveCan app and follow Canada’s COVID protocols or you will be forced to drop out of the race. Although the marathon begins and ends in Detroit, all participants cross the Ambassador …

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Quick & Easy Adventure meal kits now available through Costco

ReadyWise Adventure 13 Collapsible Lunch Kit Jeff beat the best known John Muir Trail (FKT) time in Yosemite National Park in California, covering 220 miles in just 3d 0h 56s! SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Sept. 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Fall’s favorite new launch is officially here! …

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Bucs running game, defense can make Tom Brady’s job easier

TAMPA, Fla. — Tom Brady likes the way the Tampa Bay Buccaneers opened the season, showing a greater commitment to running the ball as well as a strong, confident defense that can make the 45 quarterback’s job a little easier year. “The running game, the defense, that will win you …

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Packers trail Vikings 20-7 after three

The Vikings lead the Packers 7-0 after a The Packers won the opening coin toss and elected to postpone. Green Bay used both a 3-4 and 4-3 base defense in the first downs of the series, bringing in Krys Barnes along with De’Vondre Campbell and Quay Walker. The Packers had …

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Bison, Gophers, Johnnies remain undefeated, Vikings host GB on Sunday

North Dakota State University, University of Minnesota and St. John’s University football teams kept the momentum going, scoring wins in the second week of the season. The Minnesota Twins, however, are moving in the opposite direction with their second straight loss to the Cleveland Guardians on Saturday. On Sunday, the …

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Heartwarming video of Cadiz goalkeeper running to pits with defibrillator to treat spotted fan ▷ SportsBrief.com

The Barcelona and Cadiz players left the pitch with their play on hiatus due to a medical emergency in the stands Cadiz goalkeeper Jeremías Ledesma had rushed to the stands with medical equipment Barcelona picked up their first victory against Cadiz in 16 years after putting on an impressive display …

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Ontario’s ‘Apple Pie Trail’ is a secret tour that leads to sweet treats and hard cider

If you need inspiration for an Ontario road trip this fall, there’s a self-guided route that leads to nearly 30 enjoyable destinations. The Apple Pie Trail is a tantalizing journey through southern Georgian Bay, full of stops at cider houses, bakeries, orchards and outdoor adventures. You’ll want to go hungry …

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Open Doors’ new COO is on track

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) — Open Doors low-barrier homeless shelter in Harrisonburg has hired a new operations manager. Nate Riddle stepped into the role this week at a time of great transition for the shelter. “When the position opened up here at Open Doors, I felt it was a great opportunity …

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Trail Blazers officially announce four camp signings

The Trail Blazers officially signed Devontae Cacok, Olivier Sarre, Isaiah Miller and Jared Roden, the team announced. All four players will apparently be getting the 10 piece training camp offers. Of the group, only Cacok and Sarr hold NBA experience – Cacok played 36 games in three seasons with the …

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Beat the heat | Notes on the valley | Monith Ilavarasan

Last week my wife flew to Ohio to meet some close friends from college at a lake house. Having this long weekend to myself, I had originally planned a camping trip up to Crater Lake with a close friend of mine. Unfortunately, these plans did not work out for several …

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UConn football relies on running game at start | Collegiate Sports and UConn

STORRS—Devontae Houston almost always wears a smile. That smile has only grown wider as his role in the UConn football team offense has grown. The sophomore running back from Roanoke, Alabama has helped power the Huskies’ powerful rushing offense, which is averaging 59.5 yards per game and 5.6 yards per …

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Overland Trail in Chautauqua Gorge State Forest Upgrades Open | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted An improved section of the Fred J. Cusimano Westside Overland Trail is shown. The Fred J. Cusimano Westside Overland Trail in Chautauqua Gorge State Forest was recently upgraded with new drainage, reroutings, culverts and a 1.4 mile course “Loop of the Gorges” which starts …

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Deals on camping, hunting and outdoor gear

Luke Cuenco 09.05.22 Labor Day has been a part of American culture since well before the dawn of the 20th century. Our parents, grandparents and perhaps great-grandparents have all shared in the joy that comes with a long-awaited annual break from the hustle and bustle of our daily working lives. …

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Fantasy Football 2022 Ranking: Running Back

The 2022 NFL regular season is just days away, but there’s still time to get those last-minute fantasy football drafts before the start of the new year. Here’s how we rank this year’s best running backs: 1.Jonathan Taylor | Indianapolis Colts Trevor Ruszkowski – USA TODAY Sports 2.Christian McCaffrey | …

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DuPage to study new Great Western Trail level crossing, keeping an eye on bike safety

The Great Western Trail junction at County Farm Road near Carol Stream has no significant accident history. But navigating the section of trail through a four-lane road can lead to some cyclists having a breathless ride. The DuPage County Transportation Division and consultants plan to investigate what may become a …

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Utica football unable to slow down Fredericktown power

mike kopachy | Corresponding FREDERICKTOWN — The Fredericktown football team took a 32-0 lead behind strong running from senior running back Teegan Ruhl, who had 202 yards on 19 carries with two touchdowns, and host Freddies (2-1 ) ultimately secured a 39-13 win over visiting Utica. Utica (1-2) was without …

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Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Gordon’s return highlights a weekend full of Porsche action and fun at IMS September 02, 2022 | By Indianapolis Motor Speedway JThe Porsche Carrera Cup North America presented by the Cayman Islands once again will headline the Porsche Sports Car Together Fest from September 2 to 4 at Indianapolis Motor …

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Caroline Rhea is back on the stand-up trail

The funniest moments during stand-up are almost always improvised. Expect Caroline Rhea to provide plenty of spontaneous comedy when she performs Friday and Saturday at the Spokane Comedy Club. “I could never be one of those comedians who just deliver a set by heart,” Rhea said. “I watch a show …

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High ropes course will be free after Labor Day

Tree climbing course located on the main ETSU campus. (Maggie Woodall/East Tennessean) The Challenge course will feature its open air adventure after Labor Day for free for the campus community. The Basler Team Challenge and Aerial Adventure course opened at the start of the fall semester 2016 and …

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Running Back Sony Michel Visits New NFL Team

TAMPA, FL – AUGUST 13: Miami Dolphins running back Sony Michel (28) battles for extra yards during the preseason game between the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers on August 13, 2022 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Sportswire/Getty Images Icon …

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2nd Annual Community e-Race Stigma Walk/Run aims to bring hope and healing – Crookston Times

Lit Submitted CROOKSTON, Minnesota August 29, 2022 – We invite Crookston and surrounding communities to join us for the 2nd Annual Community e-Race Stigma 5k Walk/Run on Saturday, September 17, 2022. The free event will begin in Crookston Highschool at 10 a.m. New this year, we are adding a 5K …

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NM student-athletes helped pave the way to Title IX

Congratulations to the Journal for its excellent series commemorating the 50th anniversary of Title IX in New Mexico (read it on ABQJournal.com; click on Sports and scroll down to Title IX). Another important and equally old story is the struggle of Nancy Lopez and her ACLU attorney, Roberta Cooper Ramo, …

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Is this the best and most versatile running room Nick Saban has had? A case can be made…

In a season where Alabama is seemingly stacked at running back, its main backfield threat might not come from within or via a 5-star high school sensation ready to make an immediate splash. Perhaps Crimson Tide’s best comeback comes from the transfer gate, a neighboring state and another conference. It …

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Comrades marathon runner asks “Prudence” to marry him while finishing race ▷ SportsBrief.com

A triumphant Comrades Marathon runner was looking for the perfect way to end the grueling race Joseph Kagiso Ndlovu of Tuks Athletics Club asked a lucky woman called Prudence to marry him as he neared the finish line inside Moses Mabhida Stadium. This romantic gesture was met with cheers from …

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Marin land managers seek to curb illegal trail building

Hikers walk along the Willow Camp Fire Road on Mount Tamalpais in Mill Valley on Monday, Dec. 14, 2020. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Jamie Cosgriff of Marin County Parks performs maintenance on the Waterfall Trail at the Indian Valley Open Space Preserve in Novato on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. (Alan …

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Life is like a canoe trip

Aurora Ominika-Enosse is a confident, warm and smiling young Anishnaabe. Her outgoing attitude undoubtedly puts the children, youth and other students with whom she works and volunteers at ease. In her fourth year at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Aurora has nearly completed her social work program and feels …

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Draft league winners: Running Backs (Fantasy Football 2022)

Rhamondre Stevenson has a high fantasy ceiling if he takes the RB1 job in New England. Here are the players who have the advantage of winning the league in the 2022 fantasy football draft. Beyond our fantasy football content, be sure to check out our award-winning list of fantasy football …

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Keep your head in the game when the weather gets bad – iRunFar

This week, the eyes of the trail running and ultrarunning world are all on Chamonix, France, as the annual UTMB Mont-Blanc race festival takes place in and around the mountains of the Chamonix Valley. this. The main event, the 170 kilometers UTMB, which circles the Mont Blanc massif, starts at …

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The Vermont Long Trail Experience

The Vermont Long Trail Experience Now that I’ve had a little over a week off the track, I can look back with a somewhat different and perhaps less emotional perspective than if I had written this a week ago when I I was still shot down by the track and …

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Get ready to capture your outdoor adventures with the Premium Galaxy Watch5 PRO! – Samsung Newsroom Malaysia

Calling lovers of hiking, trail running and wide open spaces! This is the most reliable outdoor Galaxy Watch you should definitely keep an eye on! Created for adventurers and ultra-outdoor enthusiasts, the Galaxy Watch5 Pro is the latest addition to the Galaxy Watch series that offers a one-of-a-kind outdoor adventure …

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TestFlight not working for users running macOS Ventura

The first iOS 16 beta had some compatibility issues with TestFlight, which were later fixed with an update. Now, Mac users running macOS Ventura beta are also having issues with TestFlight, which no longer allows users to install or update beta apps. For those unfamiliar, TestFlight is an Apple-owned platform …

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Winners, Miami-Dade County Commission Election Runoffs

MIami-Dade County voters elected three commissioners Tuesday night. From left to right, they are: Juan Carlos “JC” Bermudez in District 12, Danielle Cohen Higgins in District 8 and Anthony Rodriguez in District 10. Three candidates won seats on the Miami-Dade County Commission on Tuesday night and two races head to …

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An Introduction to Trail Running Part 1: Pre-Run Preparation – iRunFar

If you like this article, get your own copy of “Where the Road Ends!” Welcome to this month’s edition of Where the Road Ends: A Guide to Trail Running, where we help you plan your first trail run! “Where the Road Ends” is the name of this column and the …

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Proud Boys member running for Sacramento area school board faces off against another candidate

A Proud Boys-affiliated candidate for the San Juan Unified School Board faced off against another candidate at a voter outreach event at a local park on Saturday, according to the Sacramento Bee. Jeffrey Perrin, member of far-right group Proud Boys, recently filed paperwork to run for the school board. This …

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Love Reigns return to form, win Bolton Landing Stakes

SARATOGA SPRINGS – Love Reigns showed she was back in shape after a recent trip to England when she won the $150,000 Bolton Landing Stakes, with 25,102 in hand, at Saratoga Racecourse on Sunday. Nine two-year-old fillies answered the starters’ call for the 5 1/2 furlong dash on the Mellon …

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The small flat path that continues to… climb

I got more than I bargained for a few weeks ago when a good friend and I planned a Saturday morning hike. I was upfront with her about my limited hiking this spring and summer due to… first wet weather, then hot weather, then windy weather. That said, I’m in …

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One Step at a Time: Veterans Hike the Mountains-to-Sea Trail – The Coastland Times

Stephen Woofter and JB were strangers when they set out from Clingmans Dome, NC on May 25 to walk 1,200 miles across the state. On August 1, they ended their adventure atop Jockey’s Ridge as friends, gazing out over the Atlantic Ocean and looking back on 10 weeks of reflection …

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Dynasty report: A first look at three 2023 rookie running backs

August usually signals the start of the draft season. However, for some, it also marks the start of college football, which offers Dynasty managers the opportunity to track a new group of prospects who could declare themselves for the 2023 NFL Draft. never too early to look ahead, over the …

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Meet the seven locals participating in the Leadville Trail 100 Run

Denise Kipp at the top of Hope Pass during a practice run. Daily Special When the starting gun for the Leadville Trail 100 (LT100) race goes off at 4 a.m. Saturday, seven local runners will begin their journey to the top of Hope Pass and back. If running 100 miles …

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Ancient Chinese Practice of Mind, Body, and Spirit Comes to the Schuylkill River Trail – The Mercury

Bridging Art and Health along the Schuylkill River Trail in Norristown, Montgomery County was an initiative proposed by Kristi Goodwin, Community Health Program Manager, Office of Community Information and Education , Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services. “I thought it might fit well with the challenges and the …

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RTC to Open Military Training and Public Service Center in Texas

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RTC (formerly Los Angeles County Regional Training Center), America’s leading UAS innovator and California’s largest certified UAS trainer, is pleased to announce a …

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Measuring ball carrier consistency: takeaways and goals (Fantasy Football 2022)

FantasyPros recently published its first article in the 2022 Measuring Consistency series, which leveraged data from 2021 to highlight the best performing quarterbacks last season. By understanding the average production and volatility of each newbie player, fantasy managers can more effectively prepare for their drafts. This allows managers to better …

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Two municipal races still open to candidates

Ceres Councilman James Casey is vying for his seat in District 1 this fall with candidates missing the Friday deadline to vote. Casey is challenged by Todd Underwood. Meanwhile, the application deadlines have been extended until today for the other two open seats on the board since the incumbents have …

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Daughters of the American Revolution commemorates the bicentenary of Santa Fe Trail in Holland

Sentinel Staff | The Dutch Sentinel HOLLAND – The Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution commemorated the bicentennial of the Santa Fe Trail on Thursday, August 11. “Talks” were held with Mary Donoho, the first known white woman to hike the …

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More than 300 women take part in its outdoor week in Wicklow

HER Outdoor events were held across the county to encourage more women to get outside and enjoy the benefits of being outdoors. volleyball, boating, hiking and sea swimming are just some of the activities that took place during Outdoor Week, which ran from Monday August 8th to Sunday August 14th. …

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Eagles training camp: Ugo Amadi arrives; Josh Sweat in pass coverage? Key Running Backs

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – When the Eagles came to the field for the last practice of the training camp held at the NovaCare complex, the players came for a jog, heading for warm-ups on the green grass to start their working day. The usual jokes continued, with a burst of laughter …

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Tyson cuts recount demand in GOP race for Kansas treasurer

TOPEKA — State Senator Caryn Tyson drastically reduced her request for a recount of votes for the GOP nomination for state treasurer on Monday, targeting just six counties for a review of ballots by hand. State Representative Steven Johnson led Tyson by 452 votes as of 5 p.m. Monday, with …

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Study opens new avenue to develop predictive biomarker for TRAIL therapy

A cytokine called TRAIL binds to TRAIL receptors and kills cancer cells, but not normal cells. Therefore, various anticancer drugs targeting TRAIL receptors have been developed and have attracted wide attention as promising cancer therapeutics, but a certain population of cancer patients does not respond to the therapy. Therefore, many …

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Kene Nwangwu and Ty Chandler impress in Vikings Run game in Las Vegas

Chandler, the University of North Carolina’s fifth-round pick, led Minnesota with 50 rushing yards on just five carries while Nwangwu added 41 rushing yards on seven carries. He also had two receptions for 18 yards. The offensive performance gave a good start to Nwangwu’s second season. His biggest plays as …

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Week in Review–August 14, 2022

The week in review is a collection of all the great stuff I’ve written over the past week on the internet, plus a small stack of links I’ve found interesting – usually related to endurance sports. I’ve often wondered what to do with all the cool stuff people write, and …

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Bike Safety Memorial at Hank Aaron Trail Closure Opens Conversation Between Cyclists and Fair Leader

WEST ALLIS, WI (CBS 58) – A concrete barricade has blocked the Hank Aaron State Trail at S. 76e Street since August 4. State Fair Police closed the trail through Aug. 14, noting safety concerns with potential fairground access points. On Saturday afternoon, cyclists recorded a ‘memorial’ at the barrier …

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6 Ways to Get Diarrhea on a Camping Trip (And How to Avoid Them)

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Diarrhea is perhaps the most common illness among campers. It is also one of the most unpleasant. Luckily, strokes are easy to avoid once you learn what causes them. Problem: Contaminated Water Solution: boiled water, chlorine dioxide tablets, filter Waterborne pathogens include bacteria, viruses and parasites. They will give …

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Escarpment Trail Run founder Dick Vincent is a running legend

In 1977, Dick Vincent created one of the first such endurance races – the beautiful and treacherous 18.6 mile race Escarpment Trail in the Catskills. He was forced to organize a track race along this rough trail because people said it couldn’t be done. Today, after serving as Race Director …

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Aldus. Sophia King jumps into Chicago mayoral race as García leaves door open on Run – NBC Chicago

Chicago Ald. Sophia King jumped into the increasingly crowded mayoral field this week, saying she was looking to portray herself as someone who can unite different constituencies in the city, which she says Mayor Lori Lightfoot n failed to do. King, who represents the Chicago 4e Ward and is the …

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Centennial Trail in Paso Robles updates closures to allow student access to local campuses

PASO ROBLES, Calif. — The City of Paso Robles has updated its trail closures for the Centennial Trail Creek Repair Project to allow student access to local campuses. The Centennial Creek Rehabilitation Project will begin August 15, beginning the rehabilitation of the Centennial Creek Corridor that connects Lana Street to …

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A free nature festival will celebrate the famous Big Bear Eagles – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know Outdoor Adventure Days at Fawnskin Discovery Center August 20 and 21, 2022; hikes, boat trips and nest observation are on the program Free but prior registration required Small birds, as a rule, grow into bigger birds, and larger birds, quite usually, spread their wings, which …

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The running mates of the selected Navajo presidential candidates in NM

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Two men vying for the presidency of the Navajo Nation announced their running mates on Monday, choosing candidates from the New Mexico portion of the reservation to broaden their appeal. Navajo President Jonathan Nez chose Chad Abeyta, a 33-year-old political newcomer who is an Air Force …

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CARS Tour returns to Ace Speedway on Friday

After rain dampened Solid Rock Carriers CARS Tour plans for a Late Model Stock Car feature at Ace Speedway on May 6, the series will return to Altamahaw, North Carolina on Friday night with both divisions in tow. The Puryear Tank Lines 225 will be the first time two divisions …

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Newport Beach City Manager Update: Buck Gully Trail, Mayor’s Youth Council

Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach This month, the City celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Upper Buck Gully Trail Renovation, which created an accessible, habitat-friendly hiking and biking trail in a protected canyon. Over the past decade, the Buck Gully …

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How to be a great outdoor mom friend in all seasons

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> As I was packing to go swimming with friends last weekend, I realized I was going through the same checklist for them as for my five-month-old. Milk for Beckett? Check. Snacks for my friends? I have them. My cooler was filled with sparkling water and beers to share and …

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Scott Patterson wins 8th title and Christy Marvin sets new course record in 7th straight win at Crow Pass Crossing

Amanda Hegna and Viviana Mina travel together along Eagle River en route to completing the Crow Pass Crossing on Sunday. (Bill Roth/DNA) The 37th annual Crow Pass Crossing race was originally scheduled to take place last weekend, but weather conditions forced the wild 22.5-mile marathon to be postponed for a …

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A 3 km trail connects Rodriguez Park to Lackland

A new section of the Leon Creek Greenway Trail, completed in June, pushes the city’s greenway trail system further into the southwest side near Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. The 1.9-mile stretch of trail passes through an area with several unusual landmarks – a replica of Jerusalem’s Western Wall, a contaminated …

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Voters aren’t the only ones feeling the effects of inflation

“It’s a constraint,” Kistner said of rising campaign costs. “Really, the way I see it, it’s harder for ordinary Americans to run for office.” This period of high inflation will also carry over into the next election cycle. Donation limits are already set for the 2021-2022 cycle at $2,900 per …

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▶️ PCT hikers redirected after Windigo Fire force trail closure

The recent wildfires in Oregon are causing surprise interruptions for many passers-by on one of America’s longest hiking trails. The Windigo Fire, sitting on 1,098 acres Thursday afternoon, caused a 60-mile closure on the Pacific Crest Trail running north from Crater Lake to Odell Lake (Mile 1848 to 1908). On …

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The tough, eco-friendly Airstream trailer treads lightly but boldly

Airstream has teamed up with outdoor company REI for a limited-edition version of its scintillating Basecamp, producing what it says is its most enduring trailer yet. The REI Co-op Special Edition Basecamp relies on solar power, recycled materials and water-saving features to minimize its environmental footprint, while a rugged exterior …

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Campaign finance reports show candidates surge, spend as Hennepin County prosecutor, sheriff races heat up

Last week, candidates for Hennepin County offices were required to file pre-primary campaign finance returns. The reports — the first look at campaign finance since campaigns for the Hennepin County attorney and sheriff began in earnest — cover the campaign cycle through July 25. Although not all reports …

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Jacksonville International Food Trail promotes local diversity

From authentic Cuban coffee to Peruvian fried yuca, the Jacksonville International Food Trail will take residents’ taste buds around the world—without ever having to leave town. The International Food Trail is a list of local restaurants that have cultural connections from around the world. “Some of these places become frequent …

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LATEST AMAZFIT T-REX 2 UPDATE INTRODUCES ROUTE IMPORT AND REAL-TIME NAVIGATION, AND FORMATION PATTERNS

The rugged outdoor GPS smartwatch has expanded its impressive lineup of action and adventure features. CUPERTINO, Calif., August 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amazfit, a leading global smartwear brand owned by Zepp (NYSE: ZEPP), has released its latest firmware update for its rugged outdoor GPS smartwatch, the Amazfit T- Rex 2. …

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Is running back Raheem Mostert the Miami Dolphins’ fastest player – even faster than Tyreek Hill?

Speed ​​kills. We’ve all heard the old adage over and over again. This offseason, Miami Dolphins general manager Chris Grier took that saying to heart. On March 23, Grier traded six times Pro-Bowl and three-time first-team All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill. Hill is generally considered the fastest wide in the …

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The Mountains Are Getting Higher – The Trek

Day 102 The four of us started early, this time to beat the late afternoon thunderstorms. After walking less than a mile, I came across a 1,500 mile engraved wooden sign attached to a tree. Wow, I hiked three times the distance of the Colorado trail! Connecticut is so good …

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Hike from Fremont to Livermore | New

“Next time I invite you to hike with me, please remind me of that moment and why we hate hiking,” I said, groggy, to my sister, Molly. Molly holds the record among my three younger siblings for being the most likely to join me on outdoor adventures – albeit reluctantly. …

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Cherfilus-McCormick accuses Holness of running a smear campaign

PEMBROKE PARK, Florida. – Democratic U.S. Representative Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick says her political opponent this election season, former Broward Commissioner Dale Holness, has gone too far. Cherfilus-McCormick is the incumbent for Congressional District 20. She said she decided to take legal action against Holness because he engaged in a smear campaign. …

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Champion Corniche makes his debut at 3 in Amsterdam

There isn’t an abundance of high-level sprint races restricted to 3-year-olds, and when they do appear, there’s rarely a shortage of talent. A perfect example is the $200,000 Amsterdam Stakes (G2) at Saratoga Racetrack. The recent list of winners from Amsterdam includes winners or placed in grade 1 Jackie’s warrior …

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US 12 Heritage Trail Garage Sale August 12-14 – Leader Publications

SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN – The Southwest Michigan Planning Commission has announced that the annual US 12 Heritage Trail garage sale, known as “Michigan’s Longest Garage Sale”, will take place Friday, August 12 through Sunday, August 14. . Every year, individuals clean out their attics and stake out their front yards along …

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Looking towards the fire from my front yard, I thought, “This is going to burn my house down.

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> On July 22, the Oak Fire began in Midpines, California, 37 miles from Yosemite Valley. At the time of publication, 18,532 acres and 41 homes and buildings have been destroyed. This is the story of a resident of Mariposa who lost his house in the fire. On Friday, July …

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Ten things you didn’t know about Hoka running shoes

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Since its birth in 2009, Hoka has become one of the most popular running shoe brands in the United States Known for its unprecedentedly thick midsoles that created the trend for maximum cushioning, the brand has continued to push the boundaries of shoe design over the past decade. Its …

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The Dems lead ANYBODY in two congressional races. Why?

Qualifying for the fall federal midterm elections ended last week with no Democratic candidates in two congressional district races. Why? LSU political science professor Robert Hogan said Mike Johnson of District 4 had just been re-elected, having drawn NO opponents; Democrat or whatever. In District 6, Garret Graves has …

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City plans upgrades to Cozy Point Ranch, Maroon Creek Trail | New

Improvements to the facilities at Cozy Point Ranch and the Maroon Creek trail are nearing completion, but are still a few years away from completion. Aspen City Council visited the sites on Monday instead of a formal business meeting so council members could see what is currently in place and …

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Choose These North American Glamping Spots For Your Summer Adventure

Glamping has become the go-to option for families and couples looking for time outdoors in comfortable accommodations. This type of camping, which includes more luxurious accommodations than traditional camping, has exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it continues to be a great choice for those still looking for time in …

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LAMSID candidates vying for Constituencies 2 and 4 | News, Sports, Jobs

Seats two and four are up for election for the Lehigh Acres Municipal Service Improvement District. All independent special district offices are nonpartisan and only appear on the November 8 general election ballot. The Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District was created by the Florida Legislature …

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2022 World Athletics Championships, Tobi Amusan breaks women’s 100m hurdles world record twice, news, video, Michelle Jenneke, final, times,

Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan stunned the athletics world by demolishing the women’s 100m hurdles world record TWICE in consecutive races, although excessive wind speeds prevented her second time. In the final session of the 2022 World Championships in Athletics in Eugene, Oregon, Amusan delivered one of the great individual performances of …

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Weidman’s Eagle Scout completes project on the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail – The Morning Sun

As part of an Eagle Scout service project, a 15-year-old Weidman youth named Benjamin Hunt helped bring additional benches and seating to the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail. Hunt is currently registered with Virtual Troop 780 and was looking for a project to do for his Eagle Scout service project. He and …

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A Guide to Summer Outdoor Adventures in the Yakima Valley | Columnists

It’s the middle of summer in the Yakima Valley, and we’re all looking for fun summer activities to fill our time. So here are some local, easy and cheap things to add to your to-do list this summer. 1. Naches River Gardens U-Pick/We-Pick Raspberries Located at 4151 Fruitvale Blvd. in …

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Raiders training camp kicks off (literally) and Mack Hollins impresses

The Raiders were the first team to open training camp, thanks to their appearance in the Hall of Fame Game in two weeks, and the start was deliberately slow. The pads don’t come into place until Wednesday, and coaches have insisted on being in the right position every play and …

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