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Setting resolutions for running is a good idea, but setting up a more specific plan for improvement is even better. Is 2020 the year for going faster, running further or trying a new recovery? Those goals are easier to achieve with some planning.

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The Christmas shopping countdown is zipping toward us faster than Eliud Kipchoge breaking two hours in the marathon. But there’s still plenty of time to put together a heartfelt gift for your favorite runner, even on a budget.

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The holiday-themed runs don’t stop when Santa crosses the finish line at the Santa Hustle on Sunday. Another seasonal race takes place on Saturday, Dec. 21, as Houston Running Company hosts the 12Ks of Christmas.

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Since today is one of the biggest shopping days of the year, it’s safe to say that quite a few people will look for gifts for the runners in their lives. Whether it’s a “big” gift or a stocking stuffer, plenty of gifts exist out there to inspire, protect or delight runners.

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The Toughest 10K Galveston takes on the Galveston Causeway, traveling from Teichman Road to Tiki Island and crossing the bridge in both directions. The bridge reaches a height of 72 feet above sea level, and is more than 8,200 feet long.

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Galveston’s seawall is always a great place for a run or a stroll, and two upcoming events prove that point. On Saturday, Sept. 28, the Shrimp Scamper 5K takes in the views from seawall, and on Friday, Oct. 4, the Walk A Mile In Their Shoes event benefiting the Resource and Crisis Center fol…

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Even if it’s too soggy to run outside, the weather is still perfect for preparing for the eighth annual Daily News Press Run. That’s because in addition to running and walking, participants can compete in a costume contest, and it’s never too early to start working on pulling together the pe…