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10 Washington D.C. Area Tracks and Why You Be Should Using Them

10 Washington D.C. Area Tracks and Why You Be Should Using Them

Monday, October 14, 2013 - 6:43am

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About the Author

Mary Lambkin is a distance runner, writer, and fitness enthusiast in Washington, DC. She has run five marathons and is the Membership Director of the DC Road Runners, a local running club with more than 700 members. You can follow her on Twitter and her blog, Minutes Per Mile.

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Submitted by cathy (not verified) on

I was searching for running tracks open to the public in DC and was happy to see this headline. However, there is ONLY a headline and a little blurb about the author. No actual article. No actual information on the alleged 10 running tracks. I've clicked everywhere on the site, tried to get at it three different ways, but it appears that you have removed the article while leaving the title.

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