Running

Wayne County has an active and welcoming running community. The Wayne County Challenge promotes community health through amateur distance running.

Wayne County Challenge organizes an annual series of distance running races held within Wayne County, Indiana, in which points are earned for participation and competitive achievement. The unique scoring system of the WCC series and the awards presented at the end of each season are designed to encourage and reward the participation of all types and ages of runners. The "challenge" of the Wayne County Challenge can range from completing a 5K race for the first time - . . . to winning every race of the series.

Visit their website for upcoming race schedules and results or follow them on Facebook. Races are also publicized on WayNet's Community Calendar.

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Indiana Running Calendar

Indiana Trail Running

Indy Runners Race Calendar

Running in the USA - Indiana Races

High School and College Track & Cross Country

Earlham College Athletics

IHSAA

Indiana Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches

IU East Athletics

Organizations, Clubs and Publications

American Running Association - a non-profit, educational association of runners and medical professionals dedicated to promoting running nationwide.

Cool Running - find races, results, training tips, and more.

Indiana Running Clubs

Indy Runners

Runner's World

Wayne County Challenge

Training Resources

Kids Running - training, nutrition, and other important information for kids.

Marathon Guide - links to marathons, history of the sport, records, training tips.

Selecting Shoes - from the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine

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Did You Know?

John M. Westcott started the Hoosier Drill Company in Milton, Indiana in 1858. The company grew and expanded into Richmond and eventually became part of the American Seeding Machine Company, which, in turn, became part of the International Harvester Company.