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Behind her were Casandra Oldham, 45, of Leesburg, second in . Potomac Valley Track Club conducts three indoor track meets on Thomas Jefferson Community Center's indoor track, 3501 2nd Street South, in Arlington, featuring races at 55 meters, 200 meters, 400 meters, 800 meters, one mile, 3000 meters, and 5000 meters, plus race walks and clinics on race walking and shot put, on Sunday nights, January 14, January 28, and February 11, starting at PM. The club moved the meets to Sunday evenings just for 2018 so that Grace Community Church could continue worship services on Sunday mornings at TJ's auditorium during construction on TJ's west-side parking area. Entry fees are for members, for non-members before December 22; for members, for non-members after December 22. For awards, please bring a gift to share (no used socks allowed).
C., who inadvertantly ran off the course at Lee Highway and continued onto Key Bridge in the absence of a lead vehicle. I stood at the window next to my co-worker and fellow runner David Nelson, and I said, "I guess we don't get to run tonight." David replied, "No, let's go to TJ." "TJ? So I jumped on the trampoline, hoisted myself up the climbing rope, and pumped about 1,000 pounds of iron. Then I ran another mile -- 8 laps 9.344 meters -- as a time trial -- in . That was TJ -- Thomas Jefferson Community Center, 3501 2nd Street South, Arlington VA 22204 -- and I've been coming back to train there ever since. October 22, 2017 Arlington's Desta Beriso Morkama, 32, added another jewel to his crown by winning the 42nd annual Marine Corps Marathon in , more than two minutes ahead of his closest competition, Wesley Turner, 31, of Danville, Va., second in , with another Arlingtonian, Kieran O'Connor, 30, third in . After a full minute of running alone, they realized their error and doubled back into the pack. Gradually, they both inched back to rejoin the leaders, and Morkama took the lead for good with two miles to go, as the course passed in front of Long Bridge Park. Sponsored by Safety And Health Foundation, Boom Nutrition, and most recently, Seven-11, Morkama has been studying English at Arlington Mill and volunteering at local races when he's not running them. • Washington Post article • Run article • Race Packet cover A total of 753 runners from Arlington were among the 20,303 who finished the 26.2-mile race, billed as "The People's Marathon." Kenny Rayner, 27, ran for 28th among men, followed by Randall Myers, 41, 41st in , and Matthew Howard, 26, 45th in .