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‘Tis the Season to Give Back – An Interview with Wendy Lee

‘Tis the Season to Give Back – An Interview with Wendy Lee

December 9, 2013

“Our company was founded on the principle of helping others. It starts with our commitment to our community and continues with our involvement with a diverse range of philanthropic organizations both here and abroad.”   Is this a running company? Yes, it is. And, yes, this is what’s written at the top of Newton’s Global […]

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Experience Spartan World Championships With a 14 Year-Old

Experience Spartan World Championships With a 14 Year-Old

October 21, 2013

I sat on the steep hillside with a 5-gallon bucket of gravel between my legs, protecting it from spilling. This was just a temporary stop to collect my strength as I climbed up the Killington, Vermont ski run. It was a brutal reminder that ski slopes are for skiing down and that is it! This […]

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Kōkua: Helping Others One Triathlon at a Time

Kōkua: Helping Others One Triathlon at a Time

September 5, 2013

By Nicole Clark Back in February, I heard from my husband, Nick Clark, about the potential for a Newton Running Ambassador Team. Then, I noticed the application on Facebook to apply for the inaugural IRONMAN Foundation Newton Running Ambassador Triathlon team. It took me about a week to finish up the application process and another […]

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Training with KPeasey

Training with KPeasey

August 15, 2013

By Kyle Pease Brent and Kyle Pease are a team of brothers from Atlanta Georgia who compete together in athletic competitions — despite the fact that Kyle is relegated to a wheelchair, the result of Cerebral Palsy at birth. Brent, his older brother, pushes, pedals and paddles Kyle in 5k’s, 10k’s, marathons and triathlons to […]

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Never Give In: Running the Inca Trail Marathon

Never Give In: Running the Inca Trail Marathon

July 29, 2013

Never Give In: Running the Inca Trail Marathon How tough could running the Inca Trail be? Getting to the Inca Trail was much easier than Antarctica. No boats, no hurricane, just a 5-mile hike into the start line the day before the marathon. We arrived on a Saturday, a few days before the race, in […]

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