Club Provides Companionship and Expertise in Training for the Ultimate Runner’s Experience

The thought of running 26.2 miles for fun is not a common, dare I say sane, thing for a person to contemplate. Add in the fact that according to Greek prose, the race derives from the ill-fated trip of a courier named Pheidippides delivering news of victory at the Battle of Marathon—he died—and it’s understandable that on average only half of one percent of the United States population has undertaken this challenge before.

A Hash From the Past: Running Club Serves Up Beer, History and Playful Debauchery

The Long Beach Hash House Harriers (LBH3) are part of what’s probably the worst kept secret in the world. Hashers, the name given to members of this running group, have kennels that literally stretch across the globe, yet you wouldn’t know you were seeing a hash in action unless you were invited to be part of this “drinking club with a running problem” that has a history dating back to World War II.  

LBCC Signing Day Highlights Achievements of Student Athletes

National Signing Day has become a day in which gaudy press conferences and professionally-produced videos transfix the nation’s sports fans, as they put their lives on hold to find out if their team landed the five-star, 17-year-old athlete that will change the trajectory of their favorite teams. Today, Long Beach City College hosted a much more modest event celebrating student-athletes from the school’s sports teams.