Extensive race calendar plus Run & See Georgia
Grand Prix points standings.
Extensive race calendar that includes triathlons.
Race results and race calendar.
Race results and race calendar.
If you're thinking of doing a marathon, or trying to decide what
marathon to do next, this site is a great place to read reviews and
advice. Runners share their personal experiences. It's the
Zagat's of the marathon world.
Businesses we recommend:
Brian Ross is our volunteer Certified Personal Trainer advisor on
the Macon Tracks forum "Ask the Sports Injury Expert" category.
Brian and his colleagues provide physical therapy at the Athletic Training and Rehabilitation Institute (ATARI), part
of the Piedmont Sports Medicine Complex. Getting injured is really a drag, and not being able to run is even worse. If you
need help getting your game back, give them a call!
Your local running store now has two locations, one in Macon at 4524 Forsyth and another in Warner Robins at 4025 Watson St. This is a great place to get
personal advice on which shoes are right for you. Bonus: Macon Tracks members get 10% off!
Andi Berger offers a low-cost, high quality
online registration service for your race. And, unlike the hugely
overpriced Active.com, she won't even try to sell your race participants
magazines or pepper your form with ads while they're registering!
All your cycling needs in one professional shop. Located at 3003 Vineville Ave. in Macon.
We use online printer MoxiCopy to print all our newsletters and race
flyers. It's super-convenient and you won't find better prices.
Our sister running club in Warner Robins. Membership in their
running club is free and you can sign up on-line.
An official Galloway training program that follows the run/walk/run
method designed by Olympian Jeff Galloway. If you're looking for a
group to train for a marathon, half-marathon, 10K, or 5K, or just simply
someone to run with, this group is for you.
OMBA is a nonprofit organization consisting of dedicated local bike
enthusiasts working together to promote land access, trail construction
and maintenance, educational programs, and responsible racing and
recreational riding in Middle Georgia. This organization is a chapter of
the Southern Off-Road Bicycle Association (SORBA). Check their
site for links to maps of local trails and information about mountain
biking events. These trails are great for running, too!
This local club's mission is to "inspire local triathletes of all levels
of interest, ability and experience, and build interest in the sport of
triathlon." They aim to provide a comprehensive online resource
for local athletes to communicate, encourage and motivate each other
through a discussion board, blog, and group workouts.
To become a member at the BRONZE level, you must either run back to
back marathons, 2 marathons in 3 weeks, or 3 marathons
in 3 months. It gets harder after that...
To be a member, you must have run 10 marathons in 10 different
states. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the
promotion of health and fitness and the members share the common goal of
running a marathon in each of the fifty states.
One-stop-shop for training tips, advice on injury recovery, blogs,
videos, forums, you name it. The "Smart Coach" feature that
creates a customized training schedule is especially useful.
Here's an easy-to-use mapping program. You can
go and see routes that other Macon area runners have plotted. This would also be an excellent tool
to check out running routes in new areas when you're traveling.
A talented and dedicated runner for most of his life, Gary is now
focusing his energy on sharing his expertise with others. You may have
read some of the running articles he's posted on the Macon Tracks forum.
Check out his website for more articles and information.
This networking site lets you enter your name and
magically gives you a list of races you've run and the results.