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NE Distance Kicks Off the XC Season at the Boston Mayor’s Cup

Although NE Distance had fielded a full men’s team in the Championship 8k race at the Boston Mayor’s Cup in both 2015 and 2016 (and came away with the team title both times, might we add) this year marked the

A Day in the Life: John Schilkowsky

6:00 am — Rach shakes me awake (I never hear the alarm clock).  I roll out of bed and drag myself downstairs to put on my shoes and head out for my first run. I usually try to sleep in

A Great Turnout at Molly Huddle’s PVD Fall-Comers 5k XC Team Challenge!

Molly Huddle’s inaugural PVD Fall-Comers 5k XC Team Challenge proved to be a huge success as a total of 179 runners participated in the race this past Sunday. Another 20 or so kids took part in the kid’s 1 mile

NE Distance Elite Women take the team title at the RMHP of Providence Women’s Classic 5k

On an overcast and dreary day that lacked even the faintest ray of sunlight, the NE Distance Elite Women’s Team found a way to shine all its own. The NEDi ladies took to the streets of Providence this past Sunday

A Day in the Life: Dylan Hassett

Unbeknownst to many people, being an elite distance runner requires much more time and energy than that which is physically spent running. Similarly, the time and effort put into coaching, specifically coaching youth athletes, extends far beyond the hour and

An Ode to Cross Country: “The Wait”

The Wait You cross the finish line just barely ahead of a girl in red. You caught

Athlete Spotlight – Elite Team: Aaron Dinzeo

Quick Facts Name: Aaron Dinzeo Age: 25 Hometown: Monroeville, Pennsylvania / Sidney, Ohio College: California University of Pennsylvania Specialties: Cross Country, 5,000m,

An Ode to Cross Country: “The Line”

4588|http://nedistance.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/The-Line-Featured-Image-1.png|full For most people, the official start of the fall season signifies that it is time to partake in many glorious activities and traditions: apple picking, the wearing of boots and over-sized

Athlete Spotlight – Community Run Club: John Favaloro

“You can achieve amazing things if you just keep moving forward no matter what.  Set small achievable goals and hit them one