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When the race was canceled in 2019, Pang had already arrived in Svalbard and experienced training in conditions similar to what can be expected in the race.

Another Year of Bad News for the North Pole Marathon

April 7, 2020

The North Pole Marathon faced cancellation for the second year in a row, this time over concerns about the coronavirus. Jonathan Pang, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’20, who was set to race in 2019 and then prepared to make it up after cancellation this April, is hoping for redemption in 2021.

Student Spotlight: Coco de Marneffe

Student Spotlight: Coco de Marneffe

December 4, 2019

Caroline "Coco" de Marneffe recaps her experience as one of two Fordham students to in the TCS New York City Marathon. She is one out of the 59 runners in the 18-19 year range to complete the 26.2 mile long race.

To train, Pang ran in subzero temperatures above the Arctic Circle.

North Pole Marathon Frozen by Political Conflict

April 30, 2019

Last month, Jonathan Pang, Fordham College at Lincoln Center ’19, traveled to the arctic to compete in the North Pole Marathon. Unfortunately, due to political conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the race was cancelled. Pang is excited to return to the race next year.

Notes from a Reluctant Runner

Notes from a Reluctant Runner

March 30, 2019

Grace Getman, Assistant Opinions Editor, accounts her experience as a reluctant runner and gives three tips on how to become a consistent runner.

Maddy Casale, FCLC ’20, ran the Philadelphia Marathon in 5 hours and 23 minutes.

Maddy Casale: Unlikely Runner Finishes Philly Marathon

December 6, 2018

Maddy Casale, FCLC ’20, ran the Philadelphia Marathon in 5 hours and 23 minutes.

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Through A Runner’s Eyes

June 25, 2015

By HANNAH ROESLER Contributor I am out of breath, red in the face, and dying for a sip of water. ...

Glockenmeier Doubles Up on Weekly Awards

November 2, 2011

By BRIAN MANGAN Staff Writer Published November 2, 2011 Six weeks into her first cross country sea...