Non-English language sites should be submitted to the appropriate category within World/.This category includes sites for running clubs, from serious competitive runners to the recreational jogger.
Non-English language sites should be submitted to the appropriate category within World/.Sites about cross country running are found in this category and its subcategories.
Only sites concerned with Hashing that are of general interest to all European Hash House Harriers should be submitted to Sports: Running: Hashing: Europe. Sites of individual Hash House Harrier clubs should not be submitted to this category, but are more properly submitted to a national sub-category.Basically a hash consists of three main parts: The Run. One or two hashers mark a trail before the hash, or lay the trail as "live hares" running ahead of the pack with only a short head start. At a given signal, the rest of the hash set off in pursuit of the trail. The Circle. At trail's end hashers gather to drink beer. The Circle can last a couple of minutes or half the night depending on the level of the hash. The On-On. Some hashes suspend drinking for awhile to consume food provided by the hare(s), others repair to a nearby restaurant or pub.
Personal Pages is a broad category and may overlap with others, but here is an example guideline. Information about several world class runners may be appropriate for this category. But, sites dedicated primarily to one elite runner should be submitted to /Sports/Track_and_Field/Athletes/Running pages may contain experiences and information from the web author's point of view. Examples include training logs, race results, race information, and running advice.
Do not submit sites related to Marathons, Ultra Marathons, Cross Country that are listed under more appropriate categories. Non-English language sites should be submitted to the appropriate category within World/.There is currently no description created for this category.
Non-English language sites should be submitted to the appropriate category within World/.A running experience for individuals who can handle changing environments, challenging obstacles, solo travel, and the quest for adventure. Trail races are slower than road races, and pace is crucial to enjoying the trail event.