champions the development of community-based running clubs and events that serve runners of all ages and abilities in pursuit of health and competition.
The EA and RRCA have well developed disabled inclusion policies and processes.
Similarly, the RRCA  argue that while participant safety in a running event remains the paramount concern of any event organiser, clear guidelines will help event organisers focus on real safety concerns related to a specific disability and "not concerns based on false perceptions, stereotypes or generalizations about athletes with disabilities".
utilizes an enriched virtual learning environment model, enabling students to take advantage of both a traditional classroom setting enhanced by technology for two days a week, as well as distance learning from home, using a web-based curriculum platform, for the rest of the week.
THE REGIONAL REVEALED COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE (RRCA
, The RRCA
's Tips for Running Safety, available at http://www.rrca.org/women/ (last visited Jan.
Including Claar, there are now eight RRCA
Certified Race Directors in Colorado.
He is certified by USA Track & Field, RRCA
, and has been featured in Running Times magazine, Endurance Magazine, and has written numerous fitness columns.
Corbitt designed and measured hundreds of courses over the next several years--not just for NYRR, but for the Pioneer Club and the RRCA
, of which he served as third president.
Henderson has written so eloquently that this month he received the RRCA
's Journalistic Excellence Award for the third time in three different decades.
For information on RRCA
National Run to Work Day, call 703-836-0558 or visit http://www.rrca.org.
(For more information on RRCA
National Run to Work Day, call 703-836-0558 or visit the RRCA
's Web site at www.rrca.org)