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Running for Color and Charity

Central Valley residents, children and students ran  ‘The Graffiti Run’ that benefits local high school Newcomers and returning runners gathered in Woodward Park Sunday to participate in The Graffiti Run, a 5K run that drowns runners in various color powders ...

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Bulldogs run north

The women’s track and field team is in Seattle to compete in two meets spanning three days. The ‘Dogs will compete in the Flotrack Husky Classic beginning today through Saturday, and will finish the Olympic-filled weekend on Sunday at the University of Washington Open.

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Running for a good cause

This weekend the Kinesiology Club will celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday by hosting the 5K Turkey Run in an effort to promote healthy living within the community.

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Cross Country starts its season with high hopes

The journey for repeat appearances in the NCAA West Regional began at the beginning of September for the Fresno State cross country team.

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Run game could face brick wall at California

With the California game less than a week away, the ‘Dogs are tightening up some loose ends before they travel to Candlestick Park in San Francisco on Sept. 3.

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Kinesiology Club 5k Run

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Track & Field vs. Cal Poly Gallery

Fresno State hosted its only at home Track & Field meet this past Saturday to Cal Poly.

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Cross country star Garcia may have met his match

Fresno State’s long distance running star Erick Garcia is preparing for the 2009 track and field season, and this year he has a new running partner, Paul Zwama, who will help him take the team to a new level.

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Strides made in womens’ sports

It was more than 40 years ago when Kathrine Switzer upset officials at the Boston Marathon by sneaking into the traditionally all-male event under a gender-neutral name. Dozens of marathons and several books later, she speaks to colleges and communities worldwide on the advancements women have made in sports and culture.

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