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500 Festival Mini-Marathon

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The Hoosierist: The Longest Mile

The Mini folks charitably call it the “back-of-the-pack bus,” but The Hoosierist prefers its unofficial title: the meat wagon.

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A Spectator’s Guide To Sign Prep For The Mini-Marathon

Consider this a comedic call to arms.

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Best of Indy: Sports Pundit

Well, that depends on who you are. Draft the right guy by consulting our handy chart.

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Editor’s Note, June 2015: Lake Michigan Getaways

There’s something about running along the Canal that makes me want to give everyone I see a big thumbs-up.

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Indy Mini Photos: Another Great Spectacle in Racing

There’s a lot more to the Indianapolis 500 Festival Mini-Marathon than running.

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Last-Minute Mini-Marathon Advice from Frank Shorter

If you can carry on a conversation while you’re running along, you’re not going too hard.

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Mini-Marathon Style: What They Wore

Browse the photo gallery of shoes from Saturday’s race.

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The Hot List 4.18.14

How to dress up dark denim, your Mini shoe to buy now, and a limited-edition Naptown Roller Girls tee that will disappear fast.

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Mini-Marathon Breaks Records: By the Numbers

The 500 Festival Mini-Marathon came and went (quickly!) this past Saturday, May 5. Runners, walkers, and wheelchair racers took to the city’s downtown and near-westside streets, pounding the ground for competition, for personal health, for charity, and with the intent, for some, of clocking personal-best times.

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50 Things Every Hoosier Must Do!

What makes this Columbus institution really sweet is the counter-side charm of Wilma Hare and her fellow soda jerks, who will pull you an ice cream soda the way it was in 1900 and serve it with a side of sass: “When that ice cream hits the carbonation, it will explode like a volcano. And I will laugh at the look of panic on your face.”

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