Local pro triathlete Dan Tigert dedicates his 2015 season to the Go Mitch Go Foundation.
A Gazette free fitness festival aims to help get metro residents on track.
Soon, she made the transition from practicing martial arts to teaching it at a high school.
After the fame and fortune, The Boz became an actor and a servant to the Lord.
The name Brian Bosworth evokes images of a swaggering, young Sooner jock without a care in the world. For some, it might be hard to believe, but The Boz — just like the rest of humanity — has to age. In fact, he turned 50 on March 9. Story by Ray Cavanaugh and Kory B.…
For some, a reward is needed to accomplish a goal. Like a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. For others, beer is the greatest motivator. Or is that fear? Regardless, the luck of the Irish might be enough to sustain participants of the fifth annual Run Lucky 5K and Mission Mile Fun…
Ready, Gazette, GO!, a free, family-friendly fitness festival
The Strides of March half marathon and Dogwood Dash 5K benefits OKC Metro Alliance in its battle against substance abuse and addiction.
If you’re like many Oklahomans out there, you’ve already broken your New Year’s Resolution to get fit. There’s a chance to get back on track with Oklahoma Gazette, Broadway Clinic and Optima Health and Wellness Center. If you need to ease into it, a free community workout is at 10 a.m. Saturday at Woodson…
Brief run for charity on Valentine’s Day.