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J R Stallsmith & Co
(812) 332-1953
101 W Kirkwood Ave # 120
Bloomington, IN
 
Hoosier Workwear Outlet Inc
(812) 336-4130
207 S Rogers St
Bloomington, IN
 
Superior Shoes Inc
(812) 323-9238
120 N Walnut St
Bloomington, IN
 
Sullivans Fashions For Men
(812) 339-3444
115 N Washington St
Bloomington, IN
 
Journeys
(812) 330-9462
2936 E 3rd St
Bloomington, IN
 
Shoe Carnival
(812) 331-3045
3275 W 3rd St
Bloomington, IN
 
Rack Room Shoes
(812) 330-9733
140 N Gates Dr
Bloomington, IN
 
Foot Locker
(812) 333-5539
2876 E 3rd St # C3
Bloomington, IN
 
Payless Shoesource
(812) 336-4891
2878 E 3rd St College Mall
Bloomington, IN
 
Sole Sensations Lifestyle Center
(812) 331-1962
115 E 2nd St
Bloomington, IN
 

Adidas adiStar Raven $120

adidas adiStar Raven $120
The new Raven replaces the adiStar Trail. The protective upper is constructed of a closed mesh with high friction-welded overlays that form a full rand with a rubber toe bumper.  

The midsole is a firm, molded EVA with a “mud release surface”—essentially a slick finish that keeps the mud from clinging to the sides. The outersole is a new configuration of plus-sign–shaped flexible lugs covering the entire sole, but they’re made out of adiWear on the medial half and sticky rubber on the lateral half. The Raven is constructed using ForMotion 360, a full-length thermoplastic Strobel board that offers protection on the trails without restricting flexibility, in combination with the proven ForMotion cassette in the heel, here in a trail-specific design with a side-to-side cleft across the entire heel to better flex with the uneven terrain of most trails.

 

 

  • RESPONSIVE TRAIL
  • Sizes: men 6.5–13,14,15; women 5.5–12
  • Weight: 13.0 oz. (men’s 11); 10.6 oz. (women’s 8)
  • Shape: semi-curved
  • Construction: Strobel slip-lasted, thermoplastic Strobel board
  • For: medium- to high-arched feet with neutral biomechanics to very mild overpronation
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adidas XCS

adidas XCS
The XCS is the update to the RLH from a couple seasons back. The XCS features the same Traxion outersole of the RLH in both a six-spike configuration and the more versatile spikeless version.

The upper is the same in each: a mini airmesh and a supportive, extended heel counter with a low-volume, foot-hugging fit. The midsole is low even for low-profile shoes and is molded EVA. The EVA provides adequate cushioning on its own, and gets an assist from the Traxion lugs that supply not only traction, but some cushion (via deflection). The close fit, deft touch of cushioning, and excellent traction help the foot efficiently negotiate whatever the cross country course puts between you and the finish line.

  • Spike/Spikeless $60
  • Sizes: men 7–13,14,15; women 5–12
  • Weight: (men’s 11) 8.3 oz. spike, 7.8 oz. spikeless; (women’s 8) 7.5 oz. spike, 7.0 oz. spikeless    
  • Fit: snug throughout
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Maple City Runners Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon
February
Goshen, IN
dougy@goshen.edu
http://www.2rrc.org/Home/maple-leaf-indoor-marathon-1
The marathon will be 204 laps on the upstairs running track (208 meters) in the Roman Gingerich Rec/Fitness Center. Each runner will have a person to count and record each lap. We will have a digital display clock at the Start/Finish line. The marathon distance is certified (IN 09003 MW).The field for the 2011 Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon will be limited to the first 25 paid registered runners. The Race Director reserves the right to allow additions depending on individual circumstances.The Maple Leaf Indoor Marathon has 800 Aid Stations! There will be tables set up in each of the 4 corners of the running track where you may place your fluid replacement bottles/enery packets, etc. You may stop and drink at a table or you may pick up your bottle and carry to any other table. Each runner will be responsible for bringing his/her own replacement fluids/bottles, bananas, etc. We will give each runner 2 GU packets and 2 Jelly Belly Sports Beans packets when you pick up your race packet.
Tecumseh Trail Marathon
December
Bloomington, IN
Brian10@dinoseries.com
http://www.dinoseries.com/marathon
Honest Abe Trail Run - Marathon & 14k
October
Lincoln City, IN
bwendholt@hotmail.com
http://www.HonestAbeTrailRun.com
This race will take place on the trails within Lincoln State Park. The start/finish of the loop course will be near the entrance to the parking lot of the Lincoln Amphitheatre.The course is a clockwise loop encircling the park. The marathon will be three loops and the 14k will be one. The course consists primarily of double-track trails with a little bit of gravel and a few road crossings along the way. The loop, run clockwise, will take runners on a nice wooded tour around the park. From the start, the course will follow trails
Community Health Network Indianapolis Marathon
October
Indianapolis/Lawrence, IN
RD@IndianapolisMarathon.com
http://www.IndianapolisMarathon.com/
Lake City Marathon
September
Winona Lake, IN
lakecitymar@embarqmail.com
http://www.lakecitymarathon.info
Our race is Saturday, September 11, 2010; start at 7 AM EDT. This is a small town marathon with the host hotel just 5 minutes from the start. You will probably not find large crowds here, but should have an easy time locating our start and finish area and hopefully have a pleasant experience. As shown in the Google Earth photo above, the course is a 3 lap - 4 loop course. Each lap is 8.37 miles. The course is certified with USA Track and field, so you are able to qualify for Boston if you meet your qualifying time.
Planet Adventure Trail Marathon
April
Battleground, IN
james@planetadventurerace.com
http://www.planetadventurerace.com
The No Skirts Allowed Adventure Race (NSAAR) is a women's only adventure race -- a team event that combines mountain biking (on road & trail), canoeing, trail running/hiking, orienteering/navigation, and surprise mystery events. Teams consist of two or three women. All team members must start and finish together, covering the entire course together. The actual distances, course layout and order of events will not be disclosed until race day.
Southern Indiana Classic Full and Half Marathon Southern Indiana Classic Marathon and Half Marathon
April
Evansville, IN
director@sicmarthon.com
http://www.sicmarathon.com
This blast of an event starts and finishes at the Vanderburgh County 4-H Grounds, taking participants on a course that winds through beautiful northern Vanderburgh County during the mild Southwestern Indiana spring weather. The full and half marathon courses have rolling hills, mostly at the beginning, with more down hills in the second half of the course. Your friends and family will cheer you on at the six fan stations that line the course and then upon your finish, you all can enjoy the party in the park, with food and entertainment for the entire community all the way until the award ceremony. This is an event you don't want to miss!
Sunburst Marathon
June
South Bend, IN
sunburst@memorialsb.org
http://www.sunburstraces.org
Sunburst Races is one of the Midwest's most exciting athletic events. The marathon and half marathon provide a beautiful course along the scenic St. Joseph River; the 10K and 5K runs provide the speed and excitement of the shorter distances, and the 5K walk supports general fitness. But no matter your distance or your pace, all participants are treated to a world-class finish at the hallowed grounds on the University of Notre Dame Stadium's 50-yard line. It's a finish you'll never forget
Parkview Whitley Hospital & Three Rivers Running Company Veterans Marathon
November
Columbia City, IN
garylbird@earthlink.net
http://www.veteransmarathon.com
In honor of those heroes and servicemen and servicewomen throughout the state and nation, the Columbia City Parks and Recreation Department, Time-to-Run professional chip timers, and long-time race director Gary Bird have teamed up to launch the second annual Veterans Marathon, Half-Marathon and 5K on November 13, 2010. Only 20 miles west of Fort Wayne on US Highway 30, Columbia City is easy to find, easy to get to, easy to appreciate, and easy to enjoy. We can't promise the race is easy to run, but we promise you'll have fun.
NAIA Marathon Championships - Men
May
Marion, IN
http://naia.collegesports.com/sports/m-otrack/naia-m-otrack-body.html
In searching for the NAIA's place in the history of sports and higher education, several consistencies are revealed. Among them is the dedication to academic achievement above athletic excellence. Also apparent is the organization's role as a trailblazer in providing equal opportunities for all student-athletes. Above all, there is an expectation of ethical behavior and a commitment to scholarship, sportsmanship and leadership.It is paradoxical that such a lasting, dynamic contribution to collegiate sports began with a mundane note in the first recorded history of the Association:"The first general session of the `Organizing Convention' of the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball (NAIB) was held in the Phillips Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri, at 10 a.m., Sunday, March 10, 1940."But the seed from which the NAIB sprouted was planted two blocks away at Municipal Auditorium. It was there in 1937 that a men's basketball tournament tipped off which has become the longest continuous national collegiate tournament in any sport. Further, out of that small-college basketball tournament, and the NAIB, grew an Association that now includes more than 360 colleges and universities and conducts two dozen national championship events.The tournament was the brainchild of Emil S. Liston, Dr. James Naismith, Frank Cramer, and a group of Kansas City business leaders who wanted to provide Kansas City-area fans with exciting amateur competition and to provide a framework for small colleges and universities to determine a national basketball champion.