The Power of Running

It's a daily goal, and a life-long aspiration.
It's at once a physical act, and an emotional journey.
It's a foundation of health, and a pinnacle achievement.
It takes time. It gives you years. 
It moves you away and brings you closer.
It is empowering. It is humbling.
It creates interaction. It enables solitude.
It tears down insecurities. It builds communities.
It takes a lot, but gives so much. 

It is The Power of Running, and you can
find it through Fleet Feet Sports. 

You're invited to join us as we celebrate all that The Power of Running For Good, Together, For Fun, and To Inspire does in our community!

Check the National Leaderboard!

150 locations. 60 minutes. 1 goal. Log the most miles together and win!

Join us and select vendor partners as we raise money for a local charity over the course of nine consecutive weekends!

We're taking running back to the games you played at recess (with some slight updates).

Our Upcoming Events

The Power Of Running For Good

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The Power of Running To Inspire

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Recess Run
Hoyt Lake

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Our Progress So Far

Buffalo RiverWorks Pub Run - 478.03 miles!
Buffalo RiverWorks, 359 Ganson St.

Fleet Feet Sports Buffalo's Brooks Power Hour Pub Run went very well! It took place at Buffalo RiverWorks, a multifaceted boating, sports, music, and entertainment venue that overlooks the Buffalo River. Approximately 90 participants ran or walked alongside Buffalo's waterfront, including the Buffalo River, Erie Basin Marina, Niagara River, and Lake Erie. They logged 478.03 miles, averaging 5.31 miles per person. The feedback was very extremely positive, not only from those who ran but also onlookers at RiverWorks. Many people were curious to learn about Brooks' Power of Running Campaign. Several people said they liked the incentive of the mileage and photo competitions and that they would like to do it again! We even had a participant in a wheelchair be pushed by his wife!!
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Brooks Power Hour - 493.54 miles!
Hoyt Lake

Fleet Feet Sports Buffalo's Inaugural Brooks Power Hour was very well received! It took place in one of America's oldest parks systems, Delaware Park. 106 participants ran/walked around the scenic Hoyt Lake and SUNY Buffalo State College. They logged 493.54 miles, averaging 4.66 miles per person. The feedback from those who attended was very positive. Many said it was the most they had ever run!
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