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Mark Adamiak: Going the Distance, Playing for Good

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Mark Adamiak, 23, from Middletown, CT ran the 2017 Boston Marathon to support our Charity Partner, Playworks New England. We sat down to get the scoop on why he loves Playworks and sweating for good.

GROWING UP AND GETTING OUT WITH SPORTS: When Mark Adamiak thinks back on what he loved about his hometown of Middletown

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2016 TRF WIFFLE Tournament

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Positive Tracks was thrilled to partner with Travis Roy Foundation (TRF) to support youth at the 16th Annual TRF WIFFLE Ball Tournament in Jericho, VT, in August, 2016. The 32-team event raised a record $615,024, shattering last year’s previous high of $553,000. Check out youth highlights below!

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Ian with friends, and his signature floppy hat

PaddlePower: Flotilla of Love

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For Ian Gregory-Davis, being active is a way of life. “I’ve always been an outdoor person—hiking, biking, playing. My parents always had my sisters and me on the water and we went camping every year,” the Meriden, NH, native and rising senior at Skidmore College explains. This summer is no different. After his jobs coaching

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Inspiration & Perspiration With Positive Tracks

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This post originally appeared on the blog our charity partner, Soccer Without Borders, on March 7, 2016.

By Mary McVeigh, Executive Director, Soccer Without Borders

There is a lot of advice out there on how to engage this next generation of outspoken, tech-savvy, socially-conscious young people. For me as a child of the

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Big City Mountaineers Summit for Someone Climb with Backpacker Magazine

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Story adapted from Big City Mountaineers July 17, 2015 newsletter. 

Today marks the first Backpacker Magazine Summit for Someone climb of the 2015 season for Big City Moutaineers! 12 climbers, including Backpacker Editor in Chief Dennis Lewon, and their guides from Jackson Hole Mountain Guides are headed out on the trail today and barring inclement weather will be

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