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Calendar of 5K Races in Nebraska

The 5K distance is the perfect introductory distance for novice runners, as well as a challenging test of endurance and speed for competitive runners. Casual runners who want to take their training to the next level can benefit greatly from a 5K race. The best part of a 5K race is that they are accessible to all fitness types, ages and levels.

Here you will find a listing of the 5K races registered with JogRunRace for Nebraska.

Upcoming 5K races in Nebraska

Sat, Apr 1Putting the Puzzles Together-Autism Awareness 5k 2017Oakland, NE
Sat, Apr 22UNO Claussen-Leahy Maverick RunOmaha, NE
Sun, May 212017 Papillion Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Fun RunPapillion, NE
Sun, May 28FreedomFest 5KScribner, NE

Recent 5K races in Nebraska

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New/Updated 5K races in Nebraska

Sat, Apr 1Putting the Puzzles Together-Autism Awareness 5k 2017Oakland, NE
Sun, May 212017 Papillion Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Fun RunPapillion, NE
Sun, May 28FreedomFest 5KScribner, NE

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October 9, 2013

Shedding some light on few phrases used by runners. If you have friends who are serious runners, you may sometimes wonder what on earth they are talking about when they share tales from their latest training session. We runners have a ...

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November 2, 2013

Remember the dance craze unleashed by Madonna back in the mid-90s called Vogueing? The mantra went, "strike a pose" while the dancers twisted themselves into statuesque poses, some quite contorted and elegant. Their bodies were lithe and ...

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November 5, 2013

People often complain that running is not beneficial to them because it is tedious, exhausting, and hard on their bodies. If that's the case, why are so many Americans regularly running and participating in races from the 5k to the marathon? ...

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February 20, 2014

What sets strong, confident runners apart from struggling, injury-prone weekend warriors? Strong, confident runners possess total body strength necessary to stabilize the body while not exerting additional energy. Muscles such as the ...

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February 22, 2014

Do you run first thing in the morning? Pounding the pavement as soon as you wake up has its advantages. If you run outdoors, it can be a peaceful exercising in the solitude of the early morning hours. Plus, you get it out of the way before you ...

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March 22, 2014

Should you stretch before running? Some runners do – and some don’t. It would seem that stretching would be a way to reduce the risk of injury. After all, running with warm muscles sounds like a good preventative strategy – but is it? ...

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March 25, 2014

Do you avoid running because it’s bad for your knees and joints? Some people believe if they run to stay fit they'll end up with joint problems and osteoarthritis. Is there any truth to this idea? There's very little evidence that ...

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March 28, 2014

Stress fractures are a common injury among runners, whether they run marathons or run casually to stay fit. Most runners try to prevent stress fractures since they can keep them off the running track for up to three months as the bone heals. ...

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March 29, 2014

If you want to get into running, the only essential piece of equipment you need is a good pair of shoes, right? But what constitutes a good pair of shoes? If you work in a shoe store, you may be familiar with the way that runners seem to cycle ...

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