CRBI plans paddle workshops for persons with disabilities
The Coosa River Basin Initiative will host a series of paddle workshops for persons with physical disabilities to prepare them for participation in the organization’s WATERFEST XII event on May 4-5.
CRBI celebrates Earth Day with paddle trips
The Coosa River Basin Initiative (CRBI) will host a pair of canoe/kayak paddles on the Etowah River, giving participants a chance to explore a 17-mile section of the river in Bartow County to celebrate Earth Day weekend April 21-22.
Morales easily wins Mill
When Fernando Morales finished the Run for God-Run at the Mill half marathon without any other runner on the horizon, there was reason to believe his pursuers might have gotten lost.
No, the 20-year-old Morales, a 2010 Dalton High graduate, simply was too fleet afoot Saturday morning while running the 13.1-mile route in one hour, 19 minutes and 44 seconds. He averaged a robust 6:05 per mile over the hilly course, which started and ended at Prater’s Mill in Varnell.
Ultra runners headed for Dalton
Seventy ultra runners are scheduled to compete in the inaugural Georgia Jewel 100K and 50K races Saturday in Dalton.
New program aimed at camping novices
Adults who grew up camping remember the fun of making s’mores by the fire and sleeping under the stars.
But for those who have never camped before, spending the night outdoors can be an unfamiliar adventure.
Pacheco, Whittle win Dalton's St. Patrick's Day race
Isaac Pacheco and Allison Whittle claimed the overall male and female victories Thursday night as the 25th annual Dalton St. Patrick’s Day Road Race produced a record 293 runners.
North Ga. Speedway ready to drop green flag on new season
North Georgia Speedway is gearing up for a new season, and officials for the clay oval — billed on the speedway’s website as “the fastest 1/3-mile dirt track in the Southeast” — are excited about plans to bring some of the biggest dirt-track racing series to Chatsworth in 2012.
He’s got wheels now
Douglas Kerns used to be a runner. The Chatsworth resident would train and participate in 5K races, half marathons and other competitive running events. However, around three years ago, he suffered a foot injury that significantly reduced the amount of time he could spend on his former passion.
But that’s OK. Cycling became Kerns’ primary love, and he wouldn’t go back.
Better outlook for Georgia Cup on third trip to Dalton
The sun may finally shine on the Dalton Grand Prix.
The Carpet Capital’s stop on the Georgia Cup cycling circuit has been affected by rain to some degree each of its first two years, but as the event returns this weekend, today’s forecast is for cool temperatures, but sunny skies and no chance of precipitation.
Georgia Cup cycling will return to Dalton
The Georgia Cup-Dalton Grand Prix cycling competition will return to the area for the third straight year next weekend.
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