Runners Feed was fortunate enough to catch up Kate Niehaus, former Stanford runner and recent recipient of the Rhodes Scholarship! In Niehaus’s college career she collected almost every prestigious award available to a distance running student-athlete. In addition to being a part of two National Championship teams (2006, 2007) and being named an Academic All-American on multiple occasions, Kate was awarded the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and the NCAA Elite 88 Award. Continue reading “Interview with Kate Niehaus, Former Stanford Runner & Recently Named Rhodes Scholar”
The Runners Feed Crew will be reporting live from The NCAA D1 XC West Regional tomorrow (Saturday, November 12th), in Palo Alto, California. The meet will be contested on The Stanford Golf Course with the mens’ race starting at 10:00am PST and the womens’ race at 11:15am PST. Continue reading “2011 NCAA D1 XC West Regional – Live Coverage”
Big Races in Berlin, Toronto, New York and Palo Alto.
Looking for something new to discuss around the water cooler? Check out Runners Feed’s new Monday morning article called “The weekend wrap up.” This article will catch you up on all the big races, fast times and big disappointments from the weekend. We would love to hear about your race too, feel free to comment at bottom of the wrap up or start your own forum on the Runners Feed Message Board. Continue reading “THE WEEKEND WRAP UP”
Runners Feed’s Chantelle Wilder chats with elite masters runner Kris Paaso after her stellar 4:23-1500 meter performance at the Payton Jordan Invitational on May 1st. Kris now ranks 7th on the all-time list among 40+ female 1500m runners in the world. Kris shares how she rediscovered her gift of running, the influence of her late father, and gives advice to older women looking to take on the world of running. Read on and discover just how well rounded and unique Kris really is. Continue reading “Interview with Masters Runner Kris Paaso after her 4:23-1500m PR”
Greg Jimmerson chats with us about The Altitude Project, the vision of the program and how running and spirituality can co-exist. We thoroughly enjoyed chatting with Greg about the new addition to the Jimmerson Family and how he is able to give back to the running community. We highly encourage all college runners to check out The Altitude Project. Continue reading “Greg Jimmerson and The Altitude Project, on Runners Feed Live”