Tune-in if you can to RUNNING HD on the YES Network, available in 15 million American homes. Every episode of RUNNNG HD, in addition to the YES Network itself is available nationally on DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse and Verizon FiOS. Additional availability: Blue Ridge Cable- Pennsylvania; RCN; Service Electric TV; Bright House Network & Hotwire-Florida; Mediacom-Iowa; Metrocast-Maryland & Virginia; Time Warner Cable-North & South Carolina.
HD Highlights of the November 2012 episode can be seen at this link: Youtube.com.
Remaining airdates for November:
Nov 11, Sun, 10:30pm
Nov 12, Mon, 8:30am
Nov 17, Sat, 6:00am
Nov 17, Sat, 12:30pm
Nov 18, Sun, 6:30am
Nov 18, Sun, 4:00pm
Nov 22, Thurs, 7:30am
Nov 24, Sat, 6:00am
Nov 24, Sat, noon
Nov 25, Sun, 6:30am
Nov 25, Sun, 11:30pm
- From the winter snows... to the sights and sounds of spring... and summer, to the street level landmarks that define the journey. A Celebration of Road Racing.
- A RUNNING HD Great Moment in Racing. The 1982 Boston Marathon. The "Run in the Sun". Alberto Salazar and Dick Beardsley. One of the best duels in the history of the sport.
- They come to celebrate fitness and the joy of companionship... .and to glide through those miles. The Divas Half Marathon at Long Island sends out four thousand and the vibe never stops. Don't miss the boa and tiara aid station.
- Professional racing at its finest. The B.A.A. Distance Medley gets the world's best to the starting line for a 5k, 10k and half-marathon... joined by thousands who want to be in on the action. It's a shootout with $ 100,000 waiting for the fastest.
- Metro area kids fly at the Armory in upper Manhattan in New York Road Runners Youth and Community Services Jamboree. A chance to shine on the big stage and "Run for Life".
- A RUNNING HD Golden Moment. The Avia Scramble, one of the pioneering adventure races takes runners over, under, around and through Stratton Mountain in Vermont. For... the few. The proud. The insane.
- Ah, the Joy of Cycling. The synthesis of man and machine working well. It's all very civilized at the starting line, but when the action heats up bodies can begin to fly. For some, the landing is a bit more gentle than others.