Race to the Top Begins

“The Mount Lemmon Marathon makes New York marathon look like child’s play” – that’s how a prominent politician and avid marathon runner put it when asked what he thought of the upcoming 2010 Mount Lemmon Marathon in Tucson.

Preparations for this years marathon are already underway and the announcement that it will be for 26 plus miles makes it officially the toughest marathon in the country. Why? Well because you have to not just complete the distance but also fight against the elements.

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Tips For Getting Financial Aid

Probably the best government college financial aid out there is the FAFSA or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. However, information on this particular college aid is not easy to come by. While you can find out exactly the amount of aid you will get if you quality, it is hard getting other necessary information. By the way, sooner you send in your form the better it is.

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Race To The Top – 4 Tips Going Uphill

Racing uphill whether in a marathon, race or just for training can all be difficult if you don’t know the tricks to doing it. Yup, there are tricks that make this easier, both physically and mentally. Uphill needs a little tweaking to ensure you get more oxygen into your blood stream and you manage to maximize power without eating up vital resources. So let’s start already!

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How Schools Can Deal With Swine Flu

In a recent press conference, CDC and Homeland Security Council briefed schools in general on the Swine Flu incident and how they can tackle this situation and others like it.

This press conference was targeted towards 1400 participants from across the country and various questions were answered by the CDC. Some common-sense measures were divulged such as simply stay at home if you think you are sick to avoid coming in contact with others and always wash your hands.

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Visit Iowa For Its Longest Marathon

Actually called the “Iowa’s Longest Marathon”, it is held from May to October with two events that include the Red Shoe Half Marathon and the full marathon later on. Those who participate and train for this event, eventually managing to complete both events will get not one but two medals for Iowa’s Longest Marathon and also the Red Shoe Half Marathon.

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