Weekly Newsletter 25 July 2018

This week's newsletter has interesting articles, postponements of the Snow Farm Rogaine and CBD Stampede in Christchurch, and a date change for Matakana X Run.

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Interesting articles

Running gear for travellers: What do you really need?
Do you travel a lot but still like to go for a run? Learn from seasoned marathoner Paul Ryken what go-to pieces he travels with and get your running gear organised before your next trip in this blog post at Minimalist Journeys.

Race Director John Storkamp gets candid
RD John Storkamp reveals the ups and downs of race directing and the behind-the-scenes work it takes to get it done in this article at Trail Runner Magazine. Reading it, you'd wonder why anyone would be an RD!

How tuning into your five senses can transform your run experience
Cassie Shortsleeve looks at how paying attention to your body, instead of zoning out with tech, can revive a stale running routine in this article at Runners World.

3D hip mobility and strength for runners
Personal trainer, strength coach and running coach Kyle Norman has som quick exercises to stretch and strengthen your hips for peak performance in this article at Trail Runner Magazine.

Recently added and updated events

Recent updates
To find out what's been recently updated, check the recent updates page regularly. I include in this newsletter a list of the more important updates (see below) such as date changes, cancellations, or late additions to the calendar. And check out the full calendar of upcoming events.

Postponements
- Snow Farm Rogaine in Otago was postponed from last Saturday to this Sunday, due to bad weather
- CBD Stampede in Christchurch will not be going ahead this year due to development in the CBD and road works, but should return in 2019

Date changes/corrections
- Matakana X Run Obstacle Challenge has changed from 23 February to 2 March

Until next week

Have a great running week!

Regards,
Chris