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1:13 pm
Sun July 27, 2014

Locals complete world's toughest foot race

135 mile marathon is considered the wor'ld's toughtest foot race

 

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Flying Pig Marathon
3:23 pm
Thu August 8, 2013

Pig organizers squealing for Rio de Janeiro

The logo design mixes the Olympic colors with the iconic images of Cincinnati and Rio de Janeiro. The 2016 Games will be the 31st Summer Games.
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Flying Pig Marathon organizers are hoping the "Road to Rio Runs through Cincinnati." That's the slogan for their bid to host the 2016 Olympic marathon trials.

Ryan Hall won the 2008 trials and placed 10th in Beijing. He's helping with the bid and race course design. Hall says Cincinnati has great energy.

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The Front Row
1:30 am
Fri June 21, 2013

Don't miss these upcoming run/bike/outdoor events

There’s never a shortage of runs and other athletic events around town. On this edition of The Front Row with Betsy Ross, you will hear about the upcoming Hyde Park Blast from organizer Cheryl Koopman; and October’s TQL Urban Race from Jo Wehage.

The Front Row with Betsy Ross
12:30 am
Fri January 11, 2013

2013 Flying Pig Kids' Incremental Marathon

2012 Flying Pig Kids' Marathon

The 2013 Flying Pig Marathon is now just a few months away, but this is the time to start getting ready, especially the kids who want to be part of the incremental Kids' Marathon. This program encourages children to learn a healthy lifestyle including eating right and exercising. Robin Penderey, the Kids’ Marathon program organizer for the Flying Pig, has details about how schools and other youth groups can get involved with this program when she’s in The Front Row with Betsy Ross.


The Front Row with Betsy Ross
1:30 am
Fri November 2, 2012

Girls on the Run - Cincinnati

Erin Hamilton, executive director and local founder of Girls on the Run - Cincinnati, is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to talk about this year’s

5K run/walk on November 17, concluding 12 weeks of training for thousands of local girls (grades 3 through 8), instilling better health habits including exercise and smart eating.

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