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Kate Tenforde

Kate Tenforde

2004 Olympian Kate O’Neill Tenforde joined the runcoach staff in April, 2010. Having grown up outside of Boston, her earliest running memory is traveling downtown every spring to watch the end of the Boston Marathon.

Kate competed for Yale University, where she was a seven-time All-American, ten-time Ivy League Champion, and was named NCAA Woman of the Year for Connecticut in 2003. During Kate’s senior year she was a three-time runner-up at the NCAA championships. She was also awarded Academic All-American honors three times and was a two-time Academic All-Ivy.

In the lead up to the 2004 Olympics, she dropped over a minute from her previous best in the 10,000 meters, with a time of 31:34 which eclipsed the Olympic A qualifying standard. She later cinched her spot on the Olympic roster by finishing third at the 2004 Olympic Trials and finished the year ranked third for American women at the distance.

In 2007, Kate made her marathon debut at the LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon and finished 3rd. In 2010 she returned to competition after a long layoff due to injury and finished 7th at the Bay to Breakers and 14th at the Peachtree Road Race.

Just 3 more group training runs for the Zazzle Bay to Breakers! 

Join us!  We meet on Saturday mornings at 8:30 in the Sports Basement Presidio Parking Lot


For directions to Sports Basement, click here


Our last group training run will be held on May 12th.



Trying to think of some goals for your next big race?  Check out Tom's advice in Race Training Tips: Good Targets at Runner's World.

Exciting news for marathoners!  Gebrselassie announced today that he will run his first marathon on US soil.  See article below from ESPN.

Gebrselassie to run New York Marathon

By Jane McManus
ESPNNewYork.com
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NEW YORK -- Haile Gebrselassie, the world record-holder in the marathon, announced that he will run the New York City Marathon this fall.

"I have to run New York," he said Wednesday.

He has an eye on the record here, set by Tesfaye Jifar in 2001. When asked if he thought he'd break it, Gebrselassie said simply, "We'll see," with a telling smile.

Gebrselassie, 37, was at Icahn's Stadium for a New York Road Runners event with hundreds of fifth-graders.

This will be his first time running the NYC Marathon, although in 2007 he ran the NYRR half-marathon. He set the marathon world record of 2 hours, three minutes and 59 seconds in 2008 in Berlin, a time 3 minutes faster than the current NYC record.

The internationally acclaimed distance runner from Ethiopia has won 124 world-class races, but only a few in the United States.

"It's pretty much a thrill of a lifetime for us to host Haile in the marathon," NYRR CEO Mary Whittenberg said.

Here's another reason to keep exercising!

Effects of aerobic exercise training on cognitive function and cortical vascularity in monkeys

This study examined whether regular exercise training, at a level that would be recommended for middle-aged people interested in improving fitness could lead to improved cognitive performance and increased blood flow to the brain in another primate species.


Coach Tom will be one of the featured presenters at this year's ATM Race Expo, Presented by Dell Federal. 

He is scheduled to speak at 4:15pm on Friday, October 22.  Please check here for all the details and other information about the Expo.
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