Moving experience for RunWenatchee’s Rhyner at Boston

Rhyner carried this photo of Maui running legend Billy Conner, who passed away this past January at age 65, while completing today's Boston Marathon. Conner, who occasionally resided in Chelan, was a finisher in the last 38 Maui Marathons. He completed more than 100 marathons in his lifetime. Wenatchee's Frank Cone gave Rhyner the photo of Conner.

Written on Apr 20th, 2015 By
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  By Steve Maher RunWenatchee.com BOSTON — RunWenatchee’s Joel Rhyner didn’t know what to totally expect during the 119th Boston Marathon. He knew it would be an amazing experience running the legendary race. But what happened Monday overwhelmed him. “This place is insane. There was somebody everywhere,” Rhyner said afterwards of the one million spectators…

Local women runners sweep Wenatchee Marathon races

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Written on Apr 19th, 2015 By
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  By Steve Maher RunWenatchee.com WENATCHEE — Three local runners swept the women’s individual titles at Saturday’s Wenatchee Marathon, Half-Marathon and 10K. Wenatchee’s Sarah Wicheta won the women’s marathon race, completing the 26.2-mile course in 3 hours, 23 minutes and 30 seconds. Karen Pleas of Wenatchee took home the women’s half-marathon title in 1 hour,…

Wenatchee Marathon makes greater connection to cancer research

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Written on Apr 8th, 2015 By
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  By Steve Maher RunWenatchee.com WENATCHEE — When people partake in the April 17 Wenatchee Marathon Health & Fitness Expo, the precursor to the running race the next day, they will spot or hear several messages about cancer research. Both events are put on by TedDriven, which is named for Wenatchee Marathon co-founder Ted Finegold,…

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Girls on the Run launches local shoe drive

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Written on Feb 28th, 2015 By
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  By Steve Maher RunWenatchee.com WENATCHEE — Have a pair of gently used kids’ or women’s running shoes that are getting lonely in your closet? Columbia Valley Girls on the Run can use them. The organization launched a shoe drive this week for running shoes in sizes 3-6 kids and 6-9 women. The shoes will…

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The ’100-run club’

Written on Feb 23rd, 2015 By
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Runners at the 2014 Red Devil Challenge Trail Run near Cashmere.

Trail running film fest coming to Wenatchee

Written on Feb 18th, 2015 By
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RunWenatchee to hold eight events in 2015

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