Never before have so many authorities on women’s running been gathered together to discuss the specific needs of this important segment of runners
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) November 18, 2014
Women runners now account for almost 60% of all road race finishers. Women-only races and lines of women’s running clothing proliferate. Running to raise money for worthy causes is a female domain. However, as we age, the risk of injury increases. This is particularly true for women, more so than for men. The free 2014 “Run Faster, Further and Injury-Free for Years to Come” Women’s Running Telesummit focuses on the unique needs of women runners over 40. This online event is hosted by the International Association of Women Runners (IAWR).
“Never before have so many authorities on women’s running been gathered together to discuss the specific needs of this important segment of runners,” says Bennett Cohen, Running Coach to Women Over 40, and President of IAWR. “We invite all women over 40 who passionate about running to get expert advice on how to run faster and injury-free.”
The free 2014 Women’s Running Telesummit, accessible by phone or webcast, will take place Monday, November 17 through Thursday, December 4. A panel of distinguished authorities will give presentations on topics that include racing your personal best regardless of age, saving time by training more efficiently and effectively, optimizing nutrition for performance and weight maintenance, and preventing and treating injuries.
Participants will have the unprecedented opportunity get answers to their most burning questions directly from experts during a live, interactive Q&A sessions.
Telesummit panelists include: Kathrine Switzer – activist, author, and the most influential woman in running; Jeff Galloway – Olympian, author, visionary, and running community leader, Nancy Clark – renowned sports nutritionist and author; Sarah Bowen Shea and Dimity McDowell – founders of Another Mother Runner and book authors.
Don’t worry if you can’t be there for all the calls. All Telesummit registrants will receive downloadable mp3 recordings of the presentations to listen to at their leisure.
The live Telesummit is free and easy to access by registering at the 2014 Women's Running Telesummit.