Join Hansons-Brooks runner Desiree Davila and the Brooks Blog Ambassadors for a Twitter chat on training and nutrition on Sept. 18.
Tag Archives: Hansons-Brooks
September 12, 2013
August 27, 2013
We’re celebrating the Hansons-Brooks vision and accomplishments all week as we look back on 10 years of Hansons-Brooks running.
December 7, 2012
But between training sessions, races, and the ice bath, Brooks athletes are connected and digital just like the rest of us
April 19, 2012
With a storied college career that includes eight NCAA Division II national championships, Neely Spence is joining the professional running ranks. After forgoing her senior season on the track, Spence set her sights on Olympic glory and has chosen the elite running group Hansons-Brooks and Brooks to help her reach her goals. Watch this Flotrack.org [...]
December 27, 2011
“American Almost Wins Boston Marathon!” read a headline after Hansons-Brooks athlete Desi Davila had come within seconds of winning the Boston Marathon. Caroline Kilel won Boston in 2:22:36 with Desi a mere 2 seconds behind her. Now, with the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials less than three weeks away, Desi is determined to run her best [...]
October 13, 2009
Kudos to Hanson-Brooks runner Melissa White , who finished eighth at 2:32:55 in the 2009 Chicago Marathon on Sunday. White shaved five minutes off her personal record and was the second U.S. woman to cross the finish line. Hansons teammate Patrick Rizzo finished tenth in the men’s field. He also achieved a PR with a [...]
August 26, 2009
Desiree Davila of the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project finished 11th overall and was the 2nd American at the IAAF World Championships last weekend in Berlin! With her time 2:27:53, Desi now has the second fastest marathon time for US women in 2009. Check out her interview below and take notice: Desi has cemented her spot as [...]
October 23, 2008
Check out the latest interview with 2008 Olympian (and Hansons-Brooks athlete) Brian Sell, over at The Cassidy Feed. Brian talks about how he balances running with family and work… how every day is “try to beat Sell day”… and why he thinks hard work and dedication trump natural talent.
October 3, 2008
Melissa White, the first woman member of the Hansons-Brooks ODP team, was inducted into the State University of NY (SUNY) Geneseo Sports Hall of Fame on Sept. 27. All White did in four years under coach Mike Woods is become the premier female distance runner in the history of Geneseo and the SUNYAC Conference and [...]