A vertical climb of 1,576 steps—86 flights—is no match for a Miami resident who willed her way to the top of the Empire State Building in the name of autism.
Running up thousands of steps is not something most would just opt for–especially so if a less-than-60 second elevator ride will carry you to the same destination.
As runners making final preps for the Miami Marathon and half marathon, certain streets are set to be closed for Sunday’s event.
It’s the time of year again when thousands of runners from all around the world take to the streets of Miami for 13.1, or 26.2 mile tread.
Thousands of runners are set for an overnight relay journey that starts in Key Biscayne Friday, and ends all the way down when they reach the Southernmost Point of Florida.
The Life Time Miami Marathon is just one day away and police are warning of road closures Sunday morning.
Ft. Lauderdale police are still searching for the driver of a Ford Focus involved in a deadly hit and run Sunday afternoon.
Adventure runs packed with obstacles are a hot trend, promoted as a healthy and fun way to get out and get dirty but can they be downright dangerous?
Runners from across South Florida and elsewhere loaded up on carbs and laced up their running shoes to participate in Sunday’s ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon.
Whether it’s to support a worthy cause or to shift your fitness regimen into high gear, there’s nothing better than a running or walking in Miami’s spectacular weather year round. Work up a good sweat or raise money for medical research this spring and summer at any of these great local events.