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laces for high arches (also, from Dick's: 	Begin lacing as normal, criss-crossing and stopping after the first set of holes. Thread your laces straight up each side, criss-crossing only before threading the last hole.)

laces for high arches (also, from Dick's: Begin lacing as normal, criss-crossing and stopping after the first set of holes. Thread your laces straight up each side, criss-crossing only before threading the last hole.)

Display your race bibs - I run this town

I run these towns - race bibs & medals holder

The Wrist ID Slim is worn by top athletes, but is also a perfect ID bracelet for kids. This pint-size fella is jam-packed with peace of mind for parents. Laser engraved with your emergency contact information.

The Wrist ID Slim is worn by top athletes, but is also a perfect ID bracelet for kids. This pint-size fella is jam-packed with peace of mind for parents. Laser engraved with your emergency contact information.

The North Face Stow-n-Go Sports Bra  Two interior compartments are lined to securely and comfortably hold keys, a gym card, and cash.  NEEEDD!

The North Face Stow-n-Go Sports Bra Two interior compartments are lined to securely and comfortably hold keys, a gym card, and cash. NEEEDD!

What To Do with Old Race Tags...too bad I have thrown most of my tags away, but I will start now:)

What To Do with Old Race T-Shirts

What To Do with Old Race Tags...too bad I have thrown most of my tags away, but I will start now:)

Julie helped us update a very important tip    21. Land on the mid foot!  The best part of your foot to land on is mid foot. That way more of the shock of hitting the ground is absorbed before it can travel up your leg and cause shin splints, knee injuries, and even hip and back pain.

Julie helped us update a very important tip 21. Land on the mid foot! The best part of your foot to land on is mid foot. That way more of the shock of hitting the ground is absorbed before it can travel up your leg and cause shin splints, knee injuries, and even hip and back pain.

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