Last year, Amanda Dunne won the women's 5k at FitOne with a time of 17:21. That's fast! If you can't run under a six-minute mile it's just fine. You'll be surrounded by support no matter what your pace, and that's what makes this event a great place to give running a try.
The Race to Robie Creek is known as "the toughest race in the Northwest". It's a 13.1-mile course that takes runners up Rocky Canyon and over the 4,797-foot Aldape Summit, then down to the Robie Creek Campground.
Registration for the 40th annual Race to Robie Creek, started at noon yesterday and as usual, it sold out very quickly...
A Boise State runner finished in 2nd place in the NCAA cross country championships last fall, but then suffered a knee injury that kept her out of competition in the spring.
She's recovered now and she's back on the track. How great would it be if the big comeback takes her all the way to the Olympic Games in Rio?