30 obligatory rules for marathons that runners should (Part 2)

August 11, 2020

9. Do not wear baggy clothes According to the New York City Marathon rules, clothes that fit the body are encouraged rather than baggy, lacking athletic clothing. 10. Self-photographing sticks are prohibited Selfie stick is banned at most running events,Read More

Many marathons have been canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic

August 10, 2020

The first Chicago Marathon was held on September 25, 1977, and there were just over 4,200 athletes in attendance. As such, the Chicago Marathon is the 5th of the 6 most prestigious marathons in the world influenced by COVID-19. Earlier,Read More

30 obligatory rules for marathons that runners should (Part 1)

August 4, 2020

If you are a long-distance runner or attend a marathon, you need to know the following principles. Big and small marathons in the world have different principles. However, there are basic rules that appear in all races that athletes mustRead More

Two World Ironman awards were canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic

July 30, 2020

The IRONMAN World Championships between 140.6 and 70.3 are scheduled to be held in the US and New Zealand in 2020, simultaneously announcing the cancellation of this year. The only reason is due to the complicated situation of the COVID-19Read More

The London Marathon 2020 tries to lengthen its decision on canceling or not

July 30, 2020

The London Marathon 2020, one of the six most prestigious marathons in the world, continues to try to lengthen its decision to organize this year for the COVID-19 pandemic. As planned, on July 27, 2020, the organizer of the LondonRead More

Many athletics events in Europe have been canceled due to COVID-19

July 22, 2020

After Tokyo Olympics was postponed to 2021, the coronavirus pandemic has affected the European Athletics Championships. This event was scheduled to take place from August 25 to 30 in Paris and complete. With the Olympic Games and the Euro, theseRead More

World Athletics Federation postponed 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualifying

July 15, 2020

The World Athletics Federation (IAAF) has just decided to postpone the Tokyo Olympic qualifier 2021 until December of this year after consulting with the athletes committee, the president of the regional federations and the Federation Council. In its statement, IAAFRead More

Chicago Marathon 2020 and many other marathons have been cancelled (Part 1)

July 14, 2020

The Chicago Marathon 2020 has become the world’s most prestigious race. Recently, it has announced its cancellation of this year because of COVID-19. 3 of the 6 largest running events in the world held in the US fail to meetRead More

8 tips every woman should remember when running alone (Part 2)

July 7, 2020

On rainy days, you do not need to wear raincoats because the heat-retaining accessories make your body hotter, instead wearing a brimmed hat to prevent visibility. Women need to carefully study the road, keep their minds awake when jogging alone.Read More

8 tips every woman should remember when running alone (Part 1)

July 5, 2020

Carefully surveying the route, watching the weather forecast, carrying protective equipment, trusting your instincts … can help you to run alone safely. The biggest challenge with the runner when running start is overcoming laziness, find motivation out of the house.Read More