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Adventure Golf Travels – Tedesco Country Club and the Boston Half Marathon

Adventure Golf Travels – Tedesco Country Club and the Boston Half Marathon [Special to Golf News Net and Slave to the Traffic Light Adventure Magazine] By Jay Flemma BOSTON, Mass. – Run, golf, run, golf, run, golf: lather, rinse, repeat. It’s actually a winning formula for a runner and a golfer. “Golf is the perfect activity on days when you...

The Sleepy Hollow Half Marathon – The Northeast’s First Destination Race of the Season

—by Jay Flemma, special to Slave to the Traffic Light Magazine— SLEEPY HOLLOW, NY – Dear Runner’s World: Grab a pin, and take out your running map. It’s time to permanently add a new destination race to the annual calendar. Sleepy Hollow, cozily nestled between the frowning, dark hardwoods of the Rockefeller State Forest on the one side...

Tempered Steel – 30,000 Runners Become Pittsburgh Sports Heroes at Marathon and Half Marathon Races

PITTSBURGH, PA – There’s an old, true saying about the fervor and loyalty of Pittsburgh fans – when you play Pittsburgh, you play the whole city. Now you can add a corollary to that rule: when you run Pittsburgh, the whole city runs with you. Over 300,000 spectators cheered on 30,000 runners for the seventh annual Pittsburgh Marathon and Half...

Mother Nature Smiles on Emmi Farms Earth Day Half Marathon

BALDWINSVILLE, NY – Mother Nature obviously saved her best and brightest sunshine of this entire April for the Earth Day Half Marathon in Baldwinsville. A bold sunrise of blazing red and gold – sunbeams stretching their arms joyously – melted into a cloudless azure sky, and the rolling Adirondack foothills and meadows were bathed in a light that...

Sleepy Hollow Half Marathon and the Rivertown Runners – a Runner’s Rite of Spring

—Special to Slave to the Traffic Light Runner’s Magazine by Jay Flemma SLEEPY HOLLOW, NY – History, literature, nature, and distance running all blend seamlessly to create one of the most challenging, beautiful, and character-rich half marathons in America in fabled, venerable Sleepy Hollow, New York. East coast runners, get ready to add a permanent...

Road Race Review – Rekamreliob (Reverse Boilermaker) Road Race Poised to Become Running’s Newest Cult Classic

Special to Slave to the Traffic Light Running Magazine, by Jay Flemma UTICA, NY – It happens sometimes in running; a race becomes so beloved, so iconic, so much fun that it spawns a spin-off, a sister run. Then the new run becomes almost as popular as the first. The most famous example is the pair of Canyonlands runs near Moab, Utah. The spring half marathon...