Are Your Registrations ‘Less Flexible than an Airline Ticket?’: May News

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Why scour the ‘Net when we’ve got the good stuff right here? Your Race Director May Headlines:

  • Is Your Reg Policy “Less Flexible than an Airline Ticket?: The Wall Street Journal praises the growing flexibility among race directors who allow registrants to transfer or resell bibs. (Read more.)
  • What Can Race Directors Learn from Bankers? How to enhance the “customer journey” with data insights, for one. (Read more.)

  • The Road Runners Club of America and the International Institute of Race Medicine Become Partners: “The IIRM is dedicated to providing educational programs that highlight proven medical standards and protocols for running events.” (Read more.)
  • Thirty-five Is a Lucky Number: More than 37,500 runners finished the 35th annual London Marathon, setting three new world records and seeing a new course record set no fewer than six times. (Read more.)
  • She Rides Advances Female Riding Behaviours: “Developed in 2014, She Rides aims to provide women with the opportunity to ride regularly, to ride safely through skills and knowledge, and with motivation by connecting like-minded women to develop regular riding behaviours.” (Read more.)
  • What’s Your Training Program Strategy? There are only a few activity-related things Americans are spending more on—gym memberships and lessons/instruction/sports camps.  (Read more.)
  • Activity Wearables Are Here to Stay: Fitbit readies to go public, potentially cashing in on $100 million. (Read more.)

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