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Hot to Trot Gives Back

We are thrilled to announce that with the proceeds from the Hot to Trot 5k/10k & Fun Run, the Fleet Feet Knoxville Running Club was able to donate $9,000 to charity! $8,000 was donated to A Hand Up For Women, our race charity partner and a job readiness corps that helps women in desperat…

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Cumberland Trail 50k Donation

The Fleet Feet Knoxville Running Club is proud to announce their donation of $1364.25 to the Friends of the Cumberland Trail from the proceeds raised from the 2017 Cumberland Trail 50K race. Runner racing the 2017 Cumberland Trail Race Thanks to the efforts of race director Chelsie Vawte…

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Cross Training and Climbing Peaks

Cross Training and Climbing Peaks by Richard Ibberson The 3 Peaks Cyclo-Cross is billed as the toughest and biggest Cyclo-Cross event in the UK.  This iconic event (now in its 55th year) is staged in the rugged, picturesque Yorkshire Dales National Park in the north of England.  …

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Training and Competing as a Masters Athlete

Training and Competing as a Masters Athlete by Debbie Sayers The word that comes to mind when I think about training and competing as a masters athlete is “gratitude”. Gratitude that I have the support of family and friends to train and race, the opportunity and means to compet…

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Becoming an IRONMAN 70.3 Triathlete after 50

Becoming an IRONMAN 70.3 Triathlete after 50 by David Hinkle I've been a runner for the past 30 years. I started racing again about five years ago. My interest was peaked for triathlons by a friend. I reached out to Shahin and joined the Fleet Feet Knoxville Triathlon Training program. At …

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Conquering Fears and Becoming an IRONMAN

Conquering Fears and Becoming an IRONMAN by Shameka Pollard I don't even know where to begin. Somehow, I unknowingly embarked on a journey to my very first Half Ironman. It all started in September 2015 with the longest and most terrifying 300 yard pool swim at a reverse sprint triathlon. …

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Dancer to IRONMAN 70.3 Triathlete

Dancer to IRONMAN 70.3 Triathlete by Laura Gagnon My athletic background is that of a professional dancer. I danced for Martha Graham Dance Company based out of NYC while in my 20's. We toured the world with a very athletic and physical repertoire. I loved the physicality and challenges th…

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Shoes for Houston

We are pleased to announce that through the generosity of our customers and our own stock of gently used shoes that we were able to donate several boxes of shoes, socks and clothing to hurricane victims in Houston. We will be sending them to the folks at Fleet Feet Sports Houston, where they…

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Freedom Run Recap

The 2nd annual Freedom Run 1 Mile & 2 Mile was a great success! We were joined by nearly twice the amount of runners and walkers as last year, and it was amazing to see over so many of you out on a hot July morning celebrating Independence Day with Fleet Feet Sports and the Town of Farra…

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New Challenges

New Challenges Susan Gilliam Training Testimonial Susan started running back in 2011 when she completed her first 5k, the Covenant Health Knoxville 5k. She kept on racing, including 8ks, 10ks and in 2012 she joined Fleet Feet Sports Knoxville training and completed her first half marathon,…

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