Setting a 48-Hour World Record

Congratulations to Jeff Hagen (MM352) From Jeff: I just set a World Record for 48-hour runners age 75-79. Ran in the World Championship 48-Hour Race in Hainesport, NJ, over Labor Day Weekend. Conditions were brutal, with temp in the 90s, high humidity, and heat index of 96 degrees both days. By running conservatively in theContinue reading “Setting a 48-Hour World Record”

Prostate cancer survivor runs 600 marathons: ‘Cancer will never tell me what I can do’

Originally posted at today.com Sept. 22, 2022, 8:11 AM EDT By Al Roker, April Santiago and A. Pawlowski Tom Perri (MM7000) When 61-year-old Tom Perri began running as a teen, he never imagined he’d go on to complete more than 2,000 races, logging over 100,000 lifetime miles.   He’s run in all 50 states — six times. “I’m a trueContinue reading “Prostate cancer survivor runs 600 marathons: ‘Cancer will never tell me what I can do’”

Finishing Her 100 Half at the Air Force Half

Congratulations to Sandi Guglielmi (HF9218) who recently completed her 100th half marathon at the Air Force Half Marathon in Dayton Last weekend. From Sandi: I truly don’t know where to begin with expressing what this weekend meant to me. I ran Air Force in 2014 and it was miserable. I swore I would never runContinue reading “Finishing Her 100 Half at the Air Force Half”

Finishing 200 at the Adirondack

Congratulations to Kerri Haskins(MM1336, DA836, HF8724), She recently completed her 200th marathon or ultra marathon at the Adirondack Marathon this past weekend in New York. This was a journey a few years in the making. Per Kerri, she started this journey in Oct 2006. From Kerri: 200th marathon or ultra done!! Baystate Marathon (Mass.)will beContinue reading “Finishing 200 at the Adirondack”

Finishing 500

David Johnson (MM1440) This weekend can not pass without recognizing David Johnson for completing his 500th marathon! He ran a 50K, followed by a marathon in the same day! This is not David’s first rodeo though. This is the guy that not only introduced The Maniac Hall of Fame to us, but had a hipContinue reading “Finishing 500”

Love pushes Virginia mom to run with her son

Love pushes Virginia mom to run with her son: ‘How do you not do this for him?’ https://www.wtvr.com/i-have-a-story/kim-and-woody-michaux-september-16-2022 Kim Michaux (HF16698) & Woody Michaux (HF18452) RICHMOND, Va. — Kim Michaux always goes the extra mile for her son Woody. Lifting her 32-year-old son into the family’s vehicle is a routine she executes often. Their destinationContinue reading “Love pushes Virginia mom to run with her son”

100 in Harrisburg

Congratulations to Amanda Kaiser-Jones (HF17886). She finished her 100th Half marathon in Harrisburg, PA on September 11, 2022 Medal Monday!! Ran in my 100th half marathon yesterday in Harrisburg! The race staff did an amazing job! It rained off and on for the entire race but still had a wonderful time! Photo and Post CreditContinue reading “100 in Harrisburg”

Run for Luke

(ABC 6 News) – Every runner has a goal or a reason they run. Anywhere from proving something to themselves or trying to stay fit. But what about in honor of a kid from a completely different state? Heidi Hammond (HF18098) ‘s story continues below. She has run a race in 49 states for aContinue reading “Run for Luke”

Marathon Maniac Hall of Fame Inductee Edward

Congratulations to Edward Del Favero as the newest Maniac to be inducted into the Marathon Maniac Hall of Fame. Ed is a regular at Mainly Marathon Races and most multi day races around the world. The Maniac Hall of Fame Class of 2022 is happy to add Edward to the growing list of runners. CongratulationsContinue reading “Marathon Maniac Hall of Fame Inductee Edward”

The End of a Journey

Jason Hube- MM12601 “The best part of life’s journey is who you get to share it with.” This week marks the end of a very long journey. Kelly and I have now been to all 50 states together and I have run a marathon in all 50 states. The average American visits about 11 statesContinue reading “The End of a Journey”