As long as Running Times becomes a running magazine for the hardcore runner, this is good news. After all, Runner’s World gave up on running a long time ago.
Seriously, how many more stories about “Running a faster 5K!” does anyone need?
Running Times, it always seemed, struggled to find its niche. Were they trying to compete against Runner’s World or were they after the aficionado? The vision appeared cloudier in recent years as the magazine bounced back and forth between what it was trying to be.
For the time being, both magazines will remain separate. Perhaps now Running Times can find a focus while Runner’s World sets its sights on the Oprah crowd.
I received the following press release in my e-mail today:
Penn Relays tickets will go on sale March 1st, 2007. To order, call 1-888-PENN-TIX or visit www.comcasttix.com.
Ticket prices for this year's Penn Relays are as follows:
# Reserved Seats near the finish line for Thursday and Friday.
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