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      BakBlog — NYC running

      The Future is Female Coaches - Ayumi Nagano

      The Future is Female Coaches - Ayumi Nagano

      Bakline's Future is Female Coaches series recognizes and celebrates the women in our sport who lead, inspire, and make us all stronger. This week we’ve interviewed Ayumi Nagano, head coach of cross country and track and field at Millennium Brooklyn High School. Ayumi's running journey began at age 12 and her experiences as a student athlete have shaped both her own running journey as well as her approach to coaching.  

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      2020 NYC Half Marathon Course Strategy (Cancelled for 2020)

      2020 NYC Half Marathon Course Strategy (Cancelled for 2020)
      Bakline's Official 2019 NYC Half Marathon course strategy post. For newbies, the headline is: some early hills and sharp turns, a generally flat middle, and a steady uphill final 5K. For those who ran last year, the headline is: more Brooklyn at the start, less Central Park at the end, a hairpin turn, and a basically unchanged middle stretch. Read the full post for elevation analysis and advice on how to tackle the course.

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      The Back Story: Just Des

      The Back Story: Just Des
      The recap of our evening, photographing NY Custom PT's NYC Marathon event with Des Linden. Des skipped the stats and dropped truth bombs for over an hour and provided a perspective not always heard of the woman who won Boston in perhaps the most torrential weather that race has ever seen.

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      Let's Talk About the 2018 NYC Half Marathon Course

      Let's Talk About the 2018 NYC Half Marathon Course

      By now, you probably know that New York Road Runners changed the course of its premiere United Airlines NYC Half. (If you didn't, surprise!) The old course was a favorite for many, and for a half marathon in NYC, it had an elevation profile that only the Brooklyn Half could beat. Now, just about the only thing in common between this year's course and last year's is the name of the race. You may be running on some of the same terrain, but you're in for an altogether different experience. Hang on to your energy gels, ladies and gents.

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