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2013 Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race

2013 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race, Fitness Walk and Kid's Kickoff Run. The race raises money for the Art Rooney Scholarship Fund. Safety Ryan Clark and former Wide Receiver Louis Lipps are chairing the race....

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Record Crowd Expected for Saturday’s 25th Annual Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race

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5K race celebrates 25 years of giving

The original idea was to honor Art Rooney Sr. Given the nature of the man, it’s fitting the idea morphed into a cause that for over 20 years has been helping kids growing up in the same Pittsburgh ......

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Race and the NFL: Why are there so few minority Head Coaches in the NFL?

Diversity or the lack thereof, within the NFL coaching ranks remains a hot topic. In 2013, not one, yes not one minority coach was hired despite an unusually high amount of teams (eight) looking for new head coaches to lead their franchises. When the NFL head-coaching carousel stopped, Bruce Arians was hired by the Arizona Cardinals. The selection ...

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Race helps make dreams come true

Later this summer runners and walkers will gather for the 25th Annual Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race, Fitness Walk and Kids Kickoff Run at Heinz Field on August 31. For some, it’s become a tradition, fo......

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Chris Hoke and Aaron Smith To Chair Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race


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Former Steelers Chris Hoke and Aaron Smith will chair the 24th Annual Gatorade/Steelers 5K Race, Fitness Walk and Kids’ Kickoff Run on Sunday, September 2, at 9 a.m. at Heinz Field. The race benefi......

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Eagles dominate Jets to stay in playoff race

LeSean McCoy ran for three touchdowns to set two team records, and the Philadelphia Eagles routed the New York Jets, 45-19, to stay in the playoff chase. The Eagles (6-8) have won two in a row for just the second time this season and somehow still have a chance to repeat as NFC East champions despite underachieving most of the year.

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