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SSSO 290E: Evolution of Running: Home

Created for Spring 2015 class taught by LaShanda Korley.

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Introduction

Guides was created for a SAGES class on running.

I would love to share in your running experiences. I personally have run 5 marathons, completed an ultramarathon, and have managed a break station at several races.

Engineering

Guides exist for all engineering departments, major research areas, and many classes.
 

Market Information

KSL offers a wealth of market research tools. Karen Oye, the business librarian, is available for consultations.

Patents

Patents are tough to search. I recommend contacting me for a consultion. Want to try for yourself? Here are couple nice starting places,

Running Books

Case and OhioLINK offers many books on running. Subject search on running (OhioLINK: running) offers many options.

Brian's Favorite Running Sites

Northeast Ohio has a very friendly and strong running community. Here are some of my favorite resources, sites, and races.

Digital Case

Case has a history of running from sports to the Hudson Relays

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Brian Gray
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