Learn how to avoid tripping up on proper running etiquette.
If this is your first time at Broad Street, this plan won't give you record breaking speed, but it will help you meet your goal of crossing the finish line!
Be prepared to set your alarm clock for a little earlier if you are running the Broad Street Run this May. Due to requests from the Philadelphia Police Department and the Stadium Complex Management, the start time of the race has been moved from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Don't miss the 3rd annual Healthy Trails 5K in Tacony Creek Park on Sunday, April 19 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. As an extra bonus, you can get a Broad Street Run bib as part of your registration. It is a first come, first-serve basis.
While you are in the marathon frame of mind this weekend, make sure you set yourself a reminder that the lottery for the 2015 Blue Cross Broad Street Run opens Sunday, February 1st and closes Friday, February 13th.
If you are reading this, then you have committed to the belief that the Broad Street Run is a good idea.
The story of Kim Celano and Debbie Katz—two individuals inspired and motivated by one another.
Dr. Minn Saing, medical director for this year's Blue Cross Broad Street Run, offers a few tips to help you to the finish line on May 4.
Broad Street is a scant few days away and there is a collective angst that no one is ready. The cold and icy winter roads stymied everyone’s training.
Some runners train for 5k and 10k races, while others train for half marathons or full marathons. But a 10-mile distance race is different.
A little more than three hours after the first runners left the starting line this morning, I slowly started making my way to the exits of the Navy Yard...
In 2003, five teenage girls met at their first cross-country practice at Mount Saint Joseph Academy. They'll celebrate 10 years of friendship Sunday.
Today's run will mark the end of a long, trying journey for one West Philadelphia family--a journey that cemented their promises and commitment to one another.
After losing nearly half his body weight in the past 18 months, Andy Aubin of Hatboro sets out to conquer his biggest race to date.
Liz Diamondstein, owner of a Havertown bridal shop, will run Broad Street for the first time Sunday-the culmination of a remarkable story of triumph over adversity.