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Rocketman fees increase 
The Rocketman himself, director Mike Gerrity, says fees for the Rocketman triathlon go up Aug. 1, from $80 to $100 for individuals and $150 to $180 for 2-man relay teams. To register, go here.

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2014 Race Calendars are
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Fleet Feet Sports!

Fleet Feet's App is now live. Search Fleet Feet Sports Huntsville to find our app through the app store or scan our QR code


Summer Runs  
June 2 - Aug. 12/ Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m.
Summer Cross Country Runs: 1, 2, and 3 Miles
Huntsville Running Park
Steve & Jennifer Carter
HTC Event:

June 5-Aug. 7/Thursdays at 6 p.m.

RCR Summer Family Runs
Point Mallard, Decatur
Jon Elmore,
RCR Event: 



August Races 
Saturday 7 a.m.
Summer Sizzler Super Metric Century
New Hope United Methodist Church
New Hope
Liz Howell,

Aug.  9/ Saturday 7 a.m.
Racing Rivals Triathlon
Hampton Cove

Aug. 9/Saturday 8 a.m. 
Judy Upton Memorial 5K
Arab Elementary School
Timothy Pitt,


Aug. 9/Saturday 8 a.m.
Run to the Rescue 5k
Bob Jones High School  

Corey Buckner 


Aug. 9/Saturday, 8 a.m.

Brooke Hill Run
Downtown Decatur
Jon Elmore, 

RCR Event  


Friday 6 p.m.
Friday Night Lights
Scottsboro High School
Chris Schmidt  


Aug.16/Saturday 7:30 a.m.
Huntsville Sprint Triathlon
Brahan Springs Natatorium
Suzanne Erickson


Aug. 16/Saturday 8 a.m.
Brothers for Life 5k & 1 Mile
Point Mallard Park

Brandon Strickland


Aug. 16/ Saturday 8 a.m.
Green Corn Cross Country Run
Oakville Indian Mounds Education Center
Casey Reed
Register online 


Aug. 16/Saturday 8 a.m.

RCCC's Rocket City Omnium
Jack Bice, 


Aug. 23/Saturday 8 a.m.

Running of the Bulls 5k
Hampton Cove Elementary School
Owens Cross Roads 

Register online here

Aug. 23/Saturday 7 a.m.
Bill J. Dukes 7@7 Run
Point Mallard 

Sue Brantley,   
Aug. 23/Saturday 8 a.m.
Kids Fly Tri
US Space and Rocket Center
Dana DeBardelaben
Race Website:

Aug. 24/Sunday 7:30 a.m.
Rocketman Triathlon
Redstone Arsenal 

Register here 

Aug. 30/Saturday 8 a.m.
Monte Sano 10K and 5K Road

Races & Kids Fun Run
Monte Sano State Park Lodge 

Beth Benefield, 

HTC Event 


September Races


Sept. 6/ Saturday 8 a.m.

Frantic Frog
Goose Pond Colony
Gregg Killough


Sept. 6/Saturday 7:30 a.m.
9.11k Commemorative Run
Redstone Arsenal
Gaylene Wilson


Sept. 13/Saturday 8 a.m.
Swing through 5K Benefiting CCC PTA
Calhoun Community College Health Building
Tiffany Day


Sept. 13/Saturday 8 a.m.
Run for Ella 10k & 5k Trail Run
Cotton Mill Preserve
Fayetteville, Tenn.
Steve Swindall


Sept. 13/Saturday 10:30 a.m.
Santa's Schoolhouse 5K Run and 1 Mile Fun Run
Downtown Huntsville
Kristina Marshall


Sept. 13/Saturday 7 a.m.
Soggy Seals
Southeast YMCA
Sharon Allen


Sept. 13/Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Walk to End Alzheimers 2014
Botanical Gardens
Courtney White


Sept. 18/Thursday 3-8 p.m. 

Huntsville Hospital Autumn Chase 1 Mile Run

Huntsville Jaycees Building
Greg Reynolds
HTC Event: 


Sept. 20/Saturday 8 a.m.
KALB Duck and Run 5k
Spring Park, 125 East St.
Eric Patterson


Sept. 20/Saturday 7 a.m.
Hartselle Half Marathon
Quail Creek Golf Course
Justin Barley


Sept. 27/Saturday 9 a.m.
Carlos Serrano Memorial PHP 5K 

Goose Pond Island


Marisa Lusk


Sept. 27/ Saturday 8 a.m.
Toray/ Rebuilding Together Race2Rebuild 5k
Wilson Morgan Park
Kristy Terry


Sept. 27/Saturday 8 a.m.
Elkmont Lions Club Rails to Trails 10k
Whitney Hollingsworth


Sept. 27/Saturday 8 a.m.
Run for the Arts
Downtown Huntsville
Heather Baumbach


Sept. 27/Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Racin' the Station Duathlon
Marshall Space and Flight Center
Kent Criswell




Want to get in touch with us?
Call 256-656-7063 or mail us at 2722  Carl T. Jones Drive, Suite B2, Huntsville, Ala. 35802
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Got a question? 

Suzanne Taylor,
Dink Taylor
Store manager
Steve Carter
Jill Hadley
Missy Townsley
Kathy Youngren
Running programs
Michelle Steed

Wanna meet our sales team?



Deals galore at Fleet Feet

during Tax Free Weekend

Apparel 35% off sale starts Thursday 








Pub Run is tonight at Humphrey's  



Fleet Feet's annual Summer Fun Runs are every Thursday night through Aug. 14 at 6 p.m. at the store. Join us 30 minutes before the Summer Fun Runs on the following dates to enjoy meeting with some great vendors and trial their product on the runs. Here is the schedule:

  TONIGHT Nuun/Bonk Breaker/Fuel Belt Night/New Balance: Combined with the Pub Run at Humphreys at 5:30 p.m., Dave Milner will be back with more Nuun, Bonk Breaker and Fuel Belt information and samples.  Also, New Balance will be joining us and will be providing the Fresh Foam 980 and 880v4 to take on a trial run

Aug. 14 Nike: The Nike Pegasus 31, Structure 17 and Lunarglide 6 models will all be available to take on a trial run.

Fleet Feet's summer runs featured by Our Valley Events


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 Saturday 7 a.m.
Race for Hope 10K/5K/Fun Run
Aegis Technologies in Research Park
Amy Fruchtnicht
Race Website
Packet Pickup: 2-7 p.m.



Run ... bike ... run!

Want to do Racin' the Station Duathlon?  

Training starts tonight; registration still available 






Get Introduced to the multi-sport world with Fleet Feet's new duathlon (bike and run) training -- DUaling The Station. Kickoff for the training program is tonight at 7 p.m. at Fleet Feet and registration is still open through tonight at the store. Registration can also be found here
DUaling The Station training program is an 8-week program geared toward athletes who are familiar with walking/running and are exploring the multi-sport world without having to get into the water. Our goal race is Racin' the Station Duathlon, hosted by Team Rocket Tri Club, on Sept. 27.  The distances are a run pi (km), bike e^pi (km) & run pi (km). Translation? Run 1.95 miles, bike 14.3 miles and a final run of 1.95 miles.  The premise of this race is to "race" the International Space Station (ISS) as it completes one Earth orbit in 91 minutes & 12 seconds.  Pretty cool, huh?  But our goal will be to help you complete your first (or second) duathlon. The program will help you learn about pacing yourself for an endurance race of this distance, teach bike safety/form/skills, give tips and training opportunities for teaching your legs to go between the run and bike portions and much more with a team of dedicated coaches.  The program is led by a USA Triathlon Certified Coach along with assisting coaches that have various certifications, lots of experience and tons of knowledge to share..
Prerequisites: Can currently walk/run a 5k & own or have access to any bike. Must be at least 16 years of age to register.
Program Kickoff: Tonight, 7 p.m., Fleet Feet
Weekly group training: Mondays at 6 p.m. starting Aug. 4.  Locations will vary around Madison County each week. Long group bike rides will be on the following dates, in addition to the Monday night trainings,
Aug. 10 and 17 and Sept. 7, 2 p.m., Aug. 23 and 30 and Sept. 13 and 20, 7:30 a.m.




Liz Hurley 5K training kickoff Tuesday 



  Registration for the Huntsville Half Marathon training program and the Liz Hurley Ribbon Run No Boundary Programs is open. Registration is online only at For more training program details, visit our website here.   



Huntsville Half training kicks off Wednesday  



 The Huntsville Half Marathon training will kick off on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Fleet Feet. Registration is still open to train for the race, which is Nov. 8 at 8 a.m. at Hillwood Baptist Church. In keeping with the timing of this event, the Saturday closest to Veteran's Day, and to show our community's support to our veterans, a portion of the race proceeds will go to support two organizations that work with and assist our veterans, Team Red, White and Blue and Still Serving Vets. To register go here.








Nominate Fleet Feet Sports Huntsville as one of 50 best running stores in America 




Competitor Magazine is holding its annual contest to determine which running stores in the United States should be honored as one of the 50 Best Stores in America. Fleet Feet Sports Huntsville has been honored as one of the top 50 Best Stores several years in a row and please consider nominating us again this year. The magazine is asking for nominations and will feature the winners in the December issue of Competitor as one of the 50 Best Stores in America. Read more here.


New Swiftwick recovery compression sock now at Fleet Feet 






New Swiftwick Recovery Compression socks are now available at Fleet Feet. This medical grade compression sock is ideal for post race recovery, reduces swelling, provides travel comfort and prevents Deep Vein Thrombosis.  This review from Fleet Feet Racing Team member Rob Youngren: "I've tried these out. What makes them special is that, unlike other compressions socks, they aren't crazy tight around the feet and toes; more like a normal sock. This is great if you have bunions or other issues where squeezing your toes and feet isn't a very comfortable feeling. They are also super easy to get on and off. Two thumbs up from me." 


XC Run Dirty for middle/high school runners is set for Aug. 9





Calling all middle and high school runners. The XC Run Dirty event Aug. 9 at 8 a.m. at Fleet Feet is dedicated to gearing up local high school and middle school runners for their upcoming 2014 fall
training and races. Come check out our new spikes, trainers and racing flats we
have in stock for this fall.
The following will be provided during the event: 

   * Trial footwear provided by attending shoe vendors

* 2014 Fleet Feet XC Run Dirty participant T-shirt
* 20% off all store merchandise (excludes electronics and sunglasses) for  
  cross country team members
* Free breakfast and refreshments
* Opportunity to win $500, $250 and $150 to the top 3 teams who bring out the
most runners. (Will be calculated based off size of your team so this is fair
among all teams of different sizes. These 3 teams will be entered into a raffle
to win the dollar amounts listed above.)
* Private shopping and refreshments will be provided following the 3-mile run.  



Set your calendars for Diva Night
coming in October






Registration for Kids Rocket City Marathon open 




 The Rocket City Kids Marathon running/walking program is designed for children kindergarten through 8th grade. Children will run the distance of a full marathon (26.2 miles) over the course of 13 weeks. To achieve this goal, kids must train for the last mile of their marathon by running a total of 25.2 miles in 1/4 mile, 1/2 mile, 3/4 mile or 1 mile increments between September 2014 through Dec. 12  to qualify for race day participation. There are NO official winners, but the event will be timed so your child can chart their progress from the beginning of their training in September until race day on Dec. 13.

*Registration fee $15, register here

*Each child will receive a special Rocket City Kids Marathon Shirt within their race packets
*Each child will receive a finisher's medal as they cross the finish line.
 *The Rocket City Kids Marathon finish line is the same as the official Rocket City Marathon finish line  


Rocket City Marathon registration is open








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