Ever heard of a virtual race?

Posted: February 1, 2013 in 5k, Races, Running
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For those that haven’t, a virtual race is a race that anyone on earth can participate in no matter where they live. The idea is that you run the mileage anywhere you’d like on the race day. With your registration, you usually get a t-shirt and medal for participating. Most virtual races benefit a charity or cause, so you are helping contribute to a greater good by participating.

Last year I ran in the For the Love of the Kids Half Marathon, and had a great time participating. I decided to host my own virtual race this year to benefit The Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics. This cause is very special to me since my cousin’s daughter was diagnosed with this rare disorder. I have done a lot of fundraising for the cause and I envision this race as a much bigger contribution to funding research for Angelman Syndrome. I invite all of you to participate no matter where you are.

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Running For Angels Virtual Race logo

The registration prices are as follows:
Before February 28, 2013
$30 for registration with tech tee and medal
$20 for registration with medal only

After February 28, 2013
$35 for registration with tech tee and medal
$25 for registration with medal only

The tees and/or medals will be shipped to you within a week of the event. Tech tees will be made by Hankerd Sportswear in Swartz Creek, MI, and the medals are being made by Running Awards and both will feature our logo. Online registration is being provided by RegOnline.

To learn more, you can visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/runningforangels5k.
You can register for the event at http://www.regonline.com/runningforangels.

I hope to see a huge turnout, so invite your friends to run it with you!

-Tim

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Comments
  1. Awesome idea! I signed up and willbe running with you! I put this info out to all my FB friends and will share the link on my blog! Thank you for coordinating this!

  2. Jeff says:

    Last year at Run Woodstock. I talked with a guy named Jason, whose son has Angelman’s. There was a whole group of them out running together wearing shirts that said “Ask Me Why I Run”. So they’re definitely active in the running world.

    I will also pass along the link shortly on my blog.

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