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Newcity Top 5 of Everything 2013 - Running Categories

Yesterday Newcity released its annual Top 5 of Everything issue. And like last year I have a few running lists in there.

There are also a number of other good lists in this issue (it is an issue of lists after all) so either check it out at a newstand or local shop near you (maybe this distribution map will help) over the next few weeks or view the complete list online via the link above. 

Last year I made a semi-resolution to run 52 races this year (after running 45 in 2012) but I fell pretty far short of that goal after my IT band injury... so maybe I'll move that goal forward and try again in 2014. 

Anyway, here are my running lists:

Top 5 Chicago 5K Races of 2013
Chi-Town Big Game 5K (February 3)
Chinatown 5K (July 13)

Top 5 Chicago Half Marathons of 2013
F^3 Lake Half (January 26)
Chicago 13.1 Marathon (June 8)
Chicago Women's Half Marathon (June 23)
Rock 'n' Roll Chicago Half (July 21)
Chicago Half Marathon (September 8)
Top 5 Chicago 5K Races of 2013
Chi-Town Big Game 5K (February 3)
Ridge Run Challenge (May 27)
Chinatown 5K (July 13)
Terrapin 5K & Music Festival (August 8)
Carrera de los Muertos (November 2)
—Zach Freeman
Top 5 Chicago Half Marathons of 2013
F^3 Lake Half (January 26)
Chicago 13.1 Marathon (June 8)
Chicago Women’s Half Marathon (June 23)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half (July 21)
Chicago Half Marathon (September 8)
- See more at: http://newcity.com/2013/12/19/newcitys-top-5-of-everything-2013/#sthash.7vEAf5uC.dpuf
Top 5 Chicago 5K Races of 2013
Chi-Town Big Game 5K (February 3)
Ridge Run Challenge (May 27)
Chinatown 5K (July 13)
Terrapin 5K & Music Festival (August 8)
Carrera de los Muertos (November 2)
—Zach Freeman
Top 5 Chicago Half Marathons of 2013
F^3 Lake Half (January 26)
Chicago 13.1 Marathon (June 8)
Chicago Women’s Half Marathon (June 23)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half (July 21)
Chicago Half Marathon (September 8)
- See more at: http://newcity.com/2013/12/19/newcitys-top-5-of-everything-2013/#sthash.7vEAf5uC.dpuf
Top 5 Chicago 5K Races of 2013
Chi-Town Big Game 5K (February 3)
Ridge Run Challenge (May 27)
Chinatown 5K (July 13)
Terrapin 5K & Music Festival (August 8)
Carrera de los Muertos (November 2)
—Zach Freeman
Top 5 Chicago Half Marathons of 2013
F^3 Lake Half (January 26)
Chicago 13.1 Marathon (June 8)
Chicago Women’s Half Marathon (June 23)
Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half (July 21)
Chicago Half Marathon (September 8)
- See more at: http://newcity.com/2013/12/19/newcitys-top-5-of-everything-2013/#sthash.7vEAf5uC.dpuf

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  1. I love the Carrera de los Muertos race. The Chi-Town Big Game 5K is one of your top 5 huh? I got an email about it and thought about running it.

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    1. I'd definitely recommend checking it out - running in February obviously isn't ideal but it's a cool experience - especially because you get to hang out in the United Club before and after the race.

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