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Author archive for LRC Staff

  • New Orleans Ironman 70.3 Highlight Video

    By LRC Staff on 04/16/2014
    Full Results Here.
  • 2014 Luling Bridge 5K & 10K

    By LRC Staff on 04/08/2014
    Although inclement weather conditions seemed inevitable for Saturday’s 2014 Luling Bridge 5k and 10k, put on by New Orleans Running Systems, the running gods were forgiving enough to prevent rain from drenching the competitors throughout the race. The Luling Bridge, a steep climb for a New Orleanian, proved to be a worthy adversary, as evidenced by several runners grimacing their […]
  • LRC Run Group 394-404

    By LRC Staff on 04/08/2014
    LRC Run Group – meeting every Monday and Wednesday. All ages and abilities welcome! Check out our official run group page for more: http://www.louisianarunning.com/run-group-2/
  • Pearl Izumi – Road H3

    By LRC Staff on 04/06/2014
    The Pearl Izumi H3 is our pick of the week because this stability shoe is light, durable and has a plush platform. It also has a seamless upper, making it a great go-to training shoe. The H3 is a solid choice for the over-pronator. Check out the H3 on our online store here: [Women's] [Men's]
  • Mizuno Wave Rider 17

    By LRC Staff on 03/05/2014
    The Mizuno Wave Rider 17 is versatile, comfortable and makes a great component to your training. If you’re looking for a shoe that can handle the mileage, but without all the weight, this is the shoe for you. The U4IC midsole adds a springy step and it’s 2 ounces lighter than the previous model. The Wave Rider 17 is recommended […]
  • Run Grouper of the Month: Emily Mase

    By LRC Staff on 03/05/2014
    Hometown: Austin, TX College: University of North Carolina, Asheville Did you run in college? if so what events: Yes, 800m to 10k. Cross country and Track & Field. No field though. Favorite Race Distance: 10k, when I’m in shape. Favorite Race: In NOLA, the CCC. I love the excitement, rage, magnitude of people, and of course the jello shots Favorite […]
  • LRC Run Group 392 & 393

    By LRC Staff on 02/27/2014
    LRC Run Group – meeting every Monday and Wednesday. All ages and abilities welcome! Check out our official run group page for more: http://www.louisianarunning.com/run-group-2/
  • New Balance 980

    By LRC Staff on 02/27/2014
      The New Balance 980, with new Fresh Foam technology, combines the right amount of soft cushioning with a lightweight feel. The super breathable mesh on the upper of the shoe with the blown rubber outsole makes for a smooth ride. If you want a shoe that has the technology to back up its cool looks, the 980 is the […]
  • Men’s Shoes

    By LRC Staff on 02/12/2014
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  • 2014 King Cake Festival: Stroller Mile Recap & Festival in Pictures

    By LRC Staff on 02/09/2014
    The first annual King Cake Festival at Championship Square started off with a one mile fun run complete with decorated strollers and runners in plenty of costumes. Racing her way to the finish, Sarah Skotty flew past the competition, all while pushing a stroller. A ticket was only 10$ and with it, you could eat and vote for your favorite […]
  • LRC Run Group 386 & 387

    By LRC Staff on 02/06/2014
    At this weeks run group a few key things happened. First, a pair of shoes were raffled away to Emily Mase, granting her desperate wish for new shoes, as she won run grouper of the month honors. Next, the fire usually attended to by very muscular and masculine men of LRC, was (wo) manned by Beth Sherwood, who although didn’t […]
  • The Life and Times of Karjuan Williams

    By LRC Staff on 02/06/2014
    It is a fact that everyone from New Orleans has a story.  Often these stories take on the aura of the city itself: regarded by many, beset by tragedy, but always resilient.  There’s a Katrina story, or a “where were you when the Saints won the Super Bowl” story, and then the ever present story of where you grew up […]
  • Brooks Transcend

    By LRC Staff on 02/05/2014
    The new Brooks Transcend is really out of this world. Its supportive, but doesn’t have the bulky foams of normal running shoes. Instead, it used “Guide Rails” to guide the foot into a neutral position. Basically this shoe is like running on a plush, comfy cloud that feels so natural, you won’t even know it’s on. It’s our pick of […]
  • 2014 Rock & Roll Marathon / Half

    By LRC Staff on 02/04/2014
    Starting in the fog and mist, runners crossed the starting line, hoping the rain would hold out until the afternoon. Unfortunately, if you finished anywhere after about 1 hour and 20 minutes, you were out of luck. The humidity was at almost 100%, and after talking to the various people from the west coast and the northern states, it was […]
  • Shoe of the Week: Pearl Izumi N2

    By LRC Staff on 01/30/2014
    The Pearl Izumi M2 is our pick of the week because it’s both functional and with all the cool color choices, very fashionable. This shoe is made for the over-pronator who wants a lighter weight feel. With the right amount of cushioning for fast tempo runs and the upper of the shoe that makes it feel like a sock for […]
  • LRC Run Group 384 & 385

    By LRC Staff on 01/30/2014
    This weeks run group has got to be some of the coldest I’ve experienced. All the humans were dressed in layers upon layers of cold weather gear. Living outside in New Orleans my whole life, I almost lost one of my nine to this frigid weather. On Monday, everyone was preparing for a snow day and planning on hunkering down […]
  • 2014 Elmwood Classic 5k/10k. Kevin Castille Breaks 25 Year Old 10k Record

    By LRC Staff on 01/27/2014
    The 28th Annual Elmwood Classic ended with a 10 year old course record being broken by Lafayette native, Kevin Castille. Castille, an American record holder in various master’s events, has become a regular fixture at the Elmwood Classic, driving down each year to attempt to break the course record and collect the $1,000 bonus. For ten years, Castille has attempted to […]
  • 2014 Forge Trail Series: Dirty Soles 5K, 10K, & Half Marathon

    By LRC Staff on 01/26/2014
    - By Ky Kastes Although Forge Racing’s motto, “Off the Grid,” is very fitting, after this weekend, one could definitely say it should be more like, “It’s not the Destination, but the Journey.” It wasn’t just a race, but a test of instinct and strategy. The Dirty Soles 5k, 10k and Half Marathon was the start of this year’s Subaru […]
  • Louisiana Indoor Track Individual Rankings 1/24/14

    By LRC Staff on 01/25/2014
    The 2014 Indoor season is off to a bumpy start.  With only one in-state meet taking place so far in the McNeese Indoor I,  cancellations continue to pile up as LSU undergoes construction.  As January comes to a close, we give you our first rankings list of the season: the top 10 individuals by event, however incomplete and subject to […]
  • A Flash Back to XC: The Travel Journals of Madeline Kling and Catherine Belle Paulk

    By LRC Staff on 01/23/2014
    A Flash Back to XC: The Travel Journals of Madeline Kling and Catherine Belle Paulk.