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Running Medal Holder and Race Bib Hanger, Hebrews 12:1,  Keep Running the Race that is set before you with endurance. Marathon Medal Display

Running Medal Holder and Race Bib Hanger, Hebrews 12:1, Keep Running the Race that is set before you with endurance. Marathon Medal Display

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Last spring, my 10th and 11th grade English classes participated in "The Race Card Project" (from NPR). Students wrote 6-word essays on the role of race in their lives.

Last spring, my 10th and 11th grade English classes participated in "The Race Card Project" (from NPR). Students wrote 6-word essays on the role of race in their lives.

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The Race for Paris; The New York Times bestselling author of The Wednesday Sisters returns with a moving and powerfully dynamic World War II novel about two American journalists and an Englishman, who together race the Allies to Occupied Paris for the scoop of their lives

The Race for Paris; The New York Times bestselling author of The Wednesday Sisters returns with a moving and powerfully dynamic World War II novel about two American journalists and an Englishman, who together race the Allies to Occupied Paris for the scoop of their lives

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my-little-time-machine:  Fashions at the races, Les Modes September 1905. Photo by Ed. Cordonnier.
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Jelly Roll Race, Louann has to see this!  I do like this black and white.  I want to know how they go that fast and get all the angles going the same direction.

Jelly Roll Race, Louann has to see this! I do like this black and white. I want to know how they go that fast and get all the angles going the same direction.

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Feb. 3, 1989: Apprentice jockey Nate Hubbard hung on for second literally when his horse, Sweetwater Oak, stumbled near the finish line at Golden Gate Fields and flipped the rider out of his saddle. As he tumbled forward, Hubbard grabbed on to the fillys neck and hung in mid-air until the race was over. The track stewards ruled it an official finish because Hubbards feet never touched the ground and Sweetwater Oak carried her assigned weight throughout the race.

Feb. 3, 1989: Apprentice jockey Nate Hubbard hung on for second literally when his horse, Sweetwater Oak, stumbled near the finish line at Golden Gate Fields and flipped the rider out of his saddle. As he tumbled forward, Hubbard grabbed on to the fillys neck and hung in mid-air until the race was over. The track stewards ruled it an official finish because Hubbards feet never touched the ground and Sweetwater Oak carried her assigned weight throughout the race.

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Don't think about the start of the race, think about the ending - Usain Bolt
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Dress for the races by Margaine-Lacroix, photo by Félix, Les Modes July 1910.
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