Dick’s Sporting Goods
A runner in his early 20s died Sunday in the half-marathon. A month ago, he ran a similar event in New York City.
Once again Pittsburgh neighborhoods rolled out the red carpet for runners at the Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon.
One man died while running the half marathon Sunday.
In a town known for a confluence of rivers, there is a confluence of the fit and healthy descending on the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Roughly 30,000 runners will descend on downtown Pittsburgh this weekend for the marathon and about three dozen of them weren’t allowed to finish the Boston marathon.
Dick’s Sporting Goods, one of the largest sporting goods retailers in the world, says it has removed all guns from its store nearest to Newtown, Connecticut, and is suspending the sale of certain kinds of semi-automatic rifles from its chains nationwide.
Antonio Brown is promoting Breast Cancer Awareness for Dick’s Sporting Goods. Not only on the field–wearing pink equipment–but with Dick’s as well, selling pink equipment.
Thousands of athletes took to the streets this morning for the 2012 Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon. Roughly 25,000 people were expected to participate in the event.
About 25,000 athletes took to the streets to compete in the Pittsburgh Marathon on May 6, 2012. If you’d like to watch the runners cross the finish line, look no further! Here’s a list of finish line videos from this year’s race!
It’s still months away, but already this year’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Pittsburgh Marathon is setting records. On race day, a record 20,000 runners will participate in the marathon, half marathon and relay.
To raise awareness, Dick’s Sporting Goods, the Impact Program, and Bettis are teaming up to offer free baseline tests to young athletes. The goal is to test a million kids.
Style N’at profiles real fans who have found clever ways to root for their favorite Pittsburgh teams. This month’s feature looks at what Pirates fans are wearing.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to renowned neurologist Dr Joseph Maroon and NFL veteran Brad Culpepper about kids and concussions.
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