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Up to 75,000 runners and revelers will participate in the world's largest footrace on Sunday, May 19th, 2002, in the 91st San Francisco Bay to Breakers. This 12-mile race extends from the San Francisco bay piers to the breakers of the Pacific Ocean. All profits will be donated to under privileged children's programs at The Glide Foundation, The Guardsmen, What to Expect Foundation and The Larkin Street Youth Center. The San Francisco Bay to Breakers is open to all runners and walkers. Online registration is available at www.baytobreakers.com. For more information, call the Breakers Hotline at (415) 651-1816 or e-mail b2b@sfexaminer.com.... Moving ahead, Jazzercise(R) Inc. recently announced Shanna Missett Nelson as their new Executive Vice President. In addition to her new responsibilities, Misset Nelson is a principal spokesperson for Jazzercise[R], presenter at international conventions and meetings as well as primary manager of the corporate Jazzercise[R] Fitness Center in Oceanside, California. Jazzercise[R], created by Judi Sheppard Missett in 1969, provides fun and energizing dance fitness to millions of people, incorporating cardiovascular, strength and stretching exercises to music. For more information, visit www.jazzercise.com or call (800) FIT-IS-IT... As for the east coast, Juvenex is setting standards for New York City women. Designed by Freyer Collaborative, a leading architectural firm, the spa was created using feng shui principles. Women seeking an after-hours refuge from city stress can find anti-aging care, cellulite control and PMS defense treatments. Instead of being rushed from one treatment to the next, lounging in communal areas, such as the jade sauna and deluxe bathing pools, is encouraged. Juvenex is located at 25 West 32nd Street between Fifth Avenue and Broadway. For more information, call (646) 733-1330 or visit www.juvenexspa.com.... Making it easier to train, Active.com has teamed up with TrainingBible.com to offer its audience of 115 million recreational athletes an online training program for multi-sport coaches and athletes. Based on Joe Friel's popular Training Bible books for cyclists and tri-athletes, TrainingBible.com is an easy-to-use Web-based program that incorporates coaching principles from Friel's team of Ultrafit coaches. Features include an annual training plan, workout planner, daily log, virtual coach, upload capabilities from heart monitors and responsive message boards. Active.com also offers a free, seven-day trial for TrainingBible.com. For more information, visit www.trainingbible.com.... There will always be a demand for quality, this is why FIBO World Trade Fair for Fitness and Leisure (traditionally held each spring) is adding an extra event: October 3rd to 6th 2002, when the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre will be transformed into the "Fitness summit for the leisure industry." Alongside the traditional themes of fitness, cardio, conventional power training equipment, sports foods, computing, consulting and training, the autumn FIBO will be placing a special emphasis on wellness and health sports. The FIBO Herbst (FIBO autumn) will showcase target-group oriented products and services that appeal to industry visitors and the general fitness public. For more information, visit www.fibomesse.com. Do you have the inside scoop on people, places or products in the fitness industry? Fax us at (818) 990-5468 or e-mail us at americanfitness@afaa.com.
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Title Annotation:91st San Francisco Bay to Breakers footrace
Publication:American Fitness
Date:May 1, 2002
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