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Monday, Jan 30, 2017

Sheree Whitfield Chats "RHOA" & New Book

Sheree Whitfield Chats "RHOA" & New Book

Sheree Whitfield stops by the studio to chat about the Real Housewives of Atlanta season 9 and her first novel "Wives, Fiancees, and Side-Chicks of Hotlanta".

Tuesday, Oct 30, 2012

Marathon Plans Up in the Air After Sandy

Marathon Plans Up in the Air After Sandy

With life in the city uncertain after Hurricane Sandy, marathon organizers promised an update on marathon preparations.

Friday, Nov 4, 2011
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By Go Healthy NY Staff

Nutrition Tips for Marathoners From A Dietitian

Nutrition Tips for Marathoners From A Dietitian

Marathon trainees have less than a month left before the ING New York City Marathon -- Loyola University Health System registered dietitian Brooke Schantz has the following tips for runners preparing for...

Monday, Oct 24, 2011
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By Jennifer Turner

The Marathon Diaries: Opening Up the Stride

The Marathon Diaries: Opening Up the Stride

Working on the stride, and feeling the differences the exercises and drills are making before the big Race Day.

Friday, Nov 5, 2010

Marathon Training with the Miner

Marathon Training with the Miner

Katy Tur reports.

Saturday, Nov 6, 2010

Bridge & Road Closures for ING NYC Marathon

Bridge & Road Closures for ING NYC Marathon

Katy Tur reports.

Friday, Oct 30, 2009

The Booziest Marathon Viewing in Brooklyn

The Booziest Marathon Viewing in Brooklyn

As you may have heard on Sunday, 40,000 runners are going to be winding through the five boroughs for the 39th NYC marathon. Suffice it to say you will not be among them. The only running you'll be doing is...

Thursday, Oct 29, 2009

Meet Moms Running the NYC Marathon

Meet Moms Running the NYC Marathon

Juggling kids, jobs, homes and the Marathon, these women do it all.

Wednesday, Oct 14, 2009

The Barefoot Runner

The Barefoot Runner

Who needs footwear when you already have two natural running sneakers? Author of the book "Born To Run", Christopher McDougall says sneakers are bad but barefeet are good. Is he crazy? Cat Greenleaf finds out.

Monday, Oct 12, 2009

Volunteers Help Keep Marathon Running

Volunteers Help Keep Marathon Running

Every year, as many as ten thousand volunteers come out to the NYC Marathon to do everything from help do everything from serve water to load buses full of equipment. And it's not too late to help out.

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