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If you want to know why races like the July 4 Revolutionary Run in Washington Crossing appeal to so many Americans on the most patriotic of holidays, who better to put it in perspective than someone from “across the pond?”

Having completed the annual 500-mile Anchor House Ride for Runaways for 15 years, Joe Boyce had his pre-journey training schedule pretty much down to memory.

Like father, like son ... and daughter. Todd Wiley is proud of his 14 Ironman triathlons, including four trips to the World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, but there is one other aspect of his athletic persona which makes him beam even more.

Thirty-four Bucks County students were recognized at the Levittown-Bristol Kiwanis Club’s 24th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner, held on May 22 at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland.

While running all six Abbott World Marathon Majors has been accomplished by some 17,000 runners, how many of have done so in just five years? Newtown’s Tony Pereira has.

If the 34 award recipients at Wednesday night’s Levittown-Bristol Kiwanis Club’s 24th annual Scholar-Athlete Dinner are examples of our local society’s future leaders, we’re in pretty good hands.

While it may have started way back in the 20th century, the Kiwanis-Herald Sesame Place Classic never seems to lose its magic. That was evident this past Sunday when close to 800 runners turned out …

The big day is nearly here but there’s still time to sign up for Sunday’s 24th annual Kiwanis-Herald Sesame Place Classic. Whether your favorite distance is 5K, one mile or even a kids’ 50-yard …

Dogs howl, cars pull over and people scurry to glimpse out the front window. That’s right, it’s a big red (and loud) fire truck racing down the street to put out another threatening blaze before …

If you thought Sesame Place Classic registered runners getting a free, one-day admission ticket to Sesame Place that was good for about a month was once a pretty good deal, you haven’t seen anything yet.

Track and field athletes who excel in high school and college often do so by getting an early jump in the sport. That’s why the William Penn Middle School program in Yardley is so valuable to …

It’s tough enough getting through the Boston Marathon on two good legs. Peter Lederer made the 26.2-mile run on practically one. The Langhorne resident was diagnosed with a small fracture in his …

Can you imagine how heartwarming it would be to approach the finish line of a 5K race and have your two young boys, ages 9 and 10, waiting for you at the finish line?Oh, and by the way, they ran the …

Some marathons on a particular day can be more challenging than others, be it the course, the weather, an illness or even a transportation issue just getting there. But how about trying to run 26.2 …

Dick Patterson was one of those rare people who put others first, be it in sports or everyday life.

Bucks County long distance runner Stephanie Savastano knows exactly what Jasmin Paris had to go through to recently become the first female runner to complete the notorious 100-mile Barkley Marathons …

If you’re going to fly halfway around the world to compete in a marathon, there had better be a darn good reason other than just running your basic 26.2-miler. For New Britain’s Nancy Smith, there …

The chase for the Bucks County Roadrunners Club Winter Series men’s and women’s titles is usually a two-person race. This past 2023-24 season, the competition has been a lot more wide-open than …

Upon learning the venerable Neil Rosen recently ran his 110,000th mile, one would think he had hardly missed a day of pounding the roads over the past 40-some years. So would it surprise you to …

After the horrific bicycle crash at the 2008 Steelman Triathlon, the subsequent back operations and the dire warning from doctors she would never run again, Hilary Goodman knew one thing.

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