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The RRCA is the oldest and largest organization in the US dedicated to distance running.
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The RRCA produces several publications and spotlights partners’ publications to educate the running community and to promote running as a sport and healthy exercise.
The RRCA features a collection of publications designed to inform and educate a variety of audiences in the running community. Since its inception in 1958, the RRCA has been on the cutting edge of the development and promotion of running. Over the years, the RRCA has utilized available technologies from mimeographed copies to glossy magazines to communicate and promote grassroots running to our membership. We invite you to learn more about our publications and our partners’ publications in this section.
RRCA Publications and Other Program Materials for Purchase
- Club Running
- Inside Track
- RRCA Runners Etiquette Brochures
- Kids Run the Nation Program Materials
- Run@Work Posters
- We Run the Nation static window decal
- RRCA Runner Friendly Business static window decal
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Long Distance Log
Read about the history of distance running as it happened in the Log Distance Log published by RRCA founder, Browning Ross. The Long Distance Log was a monthly publication that carried the complete results of nearly every road race held in the USA as well as some track races and important international races. In addition it carried editorials by Ross, letters to the editor, minutes of the RRCA as well as RRC chapters, relevant magazine articles and other items of interest to long distance runners. The Log first appeared in 1956 and ended in 1975.