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December 1, 2011

Running/walking events for December 2011

Happy December! Here are this month's running and walking events in Maryland:
PGRC weekday runs at National HarborRepeatsNational Harbor
Rockville All-Comers Group Fun RunRepeatsRockville
BRRC Group runs at GoucherRepeatsTowson
NCR Trail Snails Saturday training runsRepeatsFreeland
Baltimore Pacemakers morning track runsRepeatsBaltimore
4th Annual Walk to BethlehemRepeatsEllicott City
PGRC weekday runs in BowieRepeatsBowie
ESRC daily runs (Salisbury area)RepeatsSalisbury
Walking programRepeatsGlen Burnie
Mommies in MotionRepeatsWhite Marsh
Wiggin Winter Dash 5KDecember 3rd, 2011 Frederick
Hot Chocolate 15K / 5K D.C.December 3rd, 2011 National Harbor
Frozen Slopes XCDecember 3rd, 2011 Derwood
Southern Bulldog 5K Run & 1 Mile WalkDecember 3rd, 2011 Harwood
Rudolph Run 5k or 2 Person RelayDecember 3rd, 2011 Elkridge
Dancer Dash 10KDecember 4th, 2011 Westminster
Running with the Reindeer 5KDecember 4th, 2011 Havre de Grace
DCRRC Bread Run 10KDecember 4th, 2011 Glen Echo
RASAC Charity 5KDecember 4th, 2011 Bel Air
BRRC Master's 6 MileDecember 4th, 2011 Sparks
HCS WS Legends of the Fall Race #6December 4th, 2011 Columbia
Wednesday Night LightsDecember 7th, 2011 Columbia
Fort Meade Run Series Reindeer 5K Run/Fun WalkDecember 10th, 2011 Fort Meade
Santa's Sleigh 5KDecember 10th, 2011 Churchville
Rockville Jingle Bell Jog 8KDecember 11th, 2011 Rockville
Anniversary Run 15KDecember 11th, 2011 Annapolis
DCRRC Gar Williams Half MarathonDecember 11th, 2011 Carderock
RASAC Run to Mama 5 MileDecember 11th, 2011 Havre de Grace
Wheaton Park XC OrienteeringDecember 17th, 2011 Wheaton
Celtic Solstice Five-MilerDecember 17th, 2011 Baltimore
Baybrook Park 3 Mile Cross Country ChampionshipDecember 17th, 2011 Baltimore
Berlin Reindeer Run 5K & 1 MileDecember 17th, 2011 Berlin
HCS WS Legends of the Fall - Series AwardsDecember 18th, 2011 Columbia
RASAC Holiday 5KDecember 18th, 2011 Bel Air
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Andrea Siegel, a reporter at The Baltimore Sun, covers mostly crime and courts in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, as well as legal issues. She wishes she was more physically fit, and, as she's more fond of chocolate than exercise, fitness is a challenge. Her partner on a one-mile-plus daily walk is the family dog, a mixed breed named Moxie, and she exercises at the gym where the D.C. snipers once worked out.
Jerry Jackson has been a photo editor at The Baltimore Sun for 14 years and an avid cyclist for more than 30 years. Inspired by the movie "Breaking Away," he started racing as a teenager in Mississippi when leather "brain baskets" were still the norm. He regularly commutes to work by bike and still enters several mountain bike races a year for fun.
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Patrick Maynard, who will be writing about running and walking, has been a producer for since 2008. In 2009, he tweeted on-course for the Sun from the Baltimore Marathon, finishing in just under 4 hours and almost managing to run the whole time. He sometimes walks to the Sun offices on Calvert Street.
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Leeann Adams, a multimedia editor at The Baltimore Sun, also dabbles in content for the mobile website and iPhone app and covers the Ravens via video. She did a triathlon to celebrate her 40th birthday and continues to swim, bike and run -- none of them quickly, though. Her biggest fitness challenge is to balance working, working out, spending time with her husband and being a mom to a 6-year-old boy.
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Anica Butler, the Sun's crime editor, is a former high school runner and recovering vegetarian who spent more of her early-adult years on a bar stool than working out. She is currently training (though poorly) for a half marathon and is trying to live a generally healthier lifestyle. She also hates the gym.
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