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What Is IRONMAN®?

What Is IRONMAN®?

  The IRONMAN® is a triathlon style race organized by the World Triathlon Corporation. The full event consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike...
Running Numbers: The What and The Why

Running Numbers: The What and The Why

  According to Running USA's most recent report over 17 million individuals in the U.S. finished races in 2015. AJC Peachtree Road Race, TCS New Y...
What To Do With Your Bib After Your Race

What To Do With Your Bib After Your Race

  After finishing a race, you're faced with a choice: what to do with the bib? Toss it in the nearest trash can? Stuff it in a shoebox and hide it...
What Is Running USA?

What Is Running USA?

  Running USA is a non-profit advocacy group for all the different businesses and associations that support running in America. The group specific...
Making Your Bib a Participant Keepsake

Making Your Bib a Participant Keepsake

  When your event staff distributes bibs to runners at the start of a race they aren't just handing out an identification number; they are, in fac...
Tyvek Race Bibs: Built to Last

Tyvek Race Bibs: Built to Last

  Marathons and races are famous for the grueling level of skill and energy they require. These events take place in many types of weather conditi...
Why Boulder Bibs is the Best Choice for Your Events

Why Boulder Bibs is the Best Choice for Your Events

  Here are just a few of the reasons why we stand above the rest: We're Experienced We work with events across country and internationally, includ...
The Runner's Bib: Much More than a Slip of Paper

The Runner's Bib: Much More than a Slip of Paper

  There's something indescribably special about race day. You wake up giddy with excitement. You eat the best breakfast for stamina and energy. Yo...
Five Things to Know About Girls on the Run

Five Things to Know About Girls on the Run

  By Kimberly Truesdell Source: www.active.com For the founders of Girls on the Run, it is their mission to  encourage young women and girls to dr...