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http://www.racewalk.com - Jeff Salvage’s site has excellent sections on technique and training as well as links to other resources including racewalking clubs around the country. You can buy Salvage’s book, Racewalk Like a Champion, and the companion video or DVD on the site.

http://www.eracewalk.com/ - A site with lots of basic information on race walking..

http://www.racewalking.org - Dave McGovern’s site includes many articles about racewalking, a schedule of Dave’s racewalking clinics and camps, schedules and results of racewalks, training schedules, books and videos for sale, and links to racewalking clubs around the country.

http://www.acewalker.com/ - Bonnie Stein’s site contains dozens of articles on racewalking divided into sections on topics such as Training/Technique, Nutrition and Weight Loss, Motivation, Racewalking in Judged Races and Injury Prevention. She also offers lessons and seminars.

http://www.usatf.org/- This is the official site for USA Track & Field, “the National Governing Body for track and field, long-distance running and racewalking in the United States.” The site includes an Events/Calendar section with a search feature that can be used to find upcoming racewalking events.

http://www.masterstrack.com/ - The Masters Track site includes links to masters and all-comers track meets by state and includes results from those meets. Some of those track meets have racewalk events.

http://www.walk-magazine.com/ - The “WALK! Magazine” site has some helpful links to clubs and events. You can read a sample copy of the magazine online for free.

http://www.nsga.com/ - The National Senior Games Association site provides information on the biennial National Senior Games and provides links to annual state senior Olympics.

http://www.seniorgames.net - The Huntsman World Senior Games held each fall in St. George, Utah, include several racewalking distances.

http://www.youngernextyear.com/ - The book Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley and Henry S. Lodge, M.D., convinced me that I needed to find an aerobic exercise activity that I could do 45 minutes a day for the rest of my life. This official site contains blogs, journals, forums, articles and success stories.

Copyright 2015, Brent Bohlen