Based on what was announced at my local Running Room, I decided to research and write "Masters Runners to be Masters of the 3000m" on my DeHaan Services site.
"Fauja Singh Age 99 in the ING Luxembourg Marathon 2010", image by Nico* (Nicolas Govetto)
Assuming you may want to participate or be a spectator, you'll have to read my article!

Fauja Singh's tie to the Ontario Masters Athletics organization is, to the best of my knowledge, fully described in my previous article, "Records and Relays Before the 2011 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon".

I also publicize my articles in my Xanga blog, although "A Masters Opportunity for an Indoor 3000m Race in Toronto" won't add anything you won't find here. The main story is in DeHaan Services.

Writing Tip

Today's double writing tip repeats what I've written before.

First, keep your mind open to topics. I have to admit that I heard the announcement twice before saying to myself, "Now there's a topic"!

Second, do enough research to make an article with value for the reader. It was easy to find the Ontario Masters Athletics site, and I have a bookmark for Running Room. But it was trickier to find the specific race information pages in the Running Room site, mostly because I don't often use them. Since they don't often offer 3000m races, perhaps my article will indeed be useful to some readers.
1/24/2012 08:05:23 pm

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9/24/2012 06:56:16 pm

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