Lace 'Em Up For Boston!


Boston-based performance running brand encourages runners to show their support for victims with specially created shoelace medallion; Saucony to donate 100 percent of sales to The One Fund Boston

LEXINGTON, MA (April 23, 2013) − In an effort to inspire runners to honor and support the people most affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on April 15, Saucony has created the #BostonStrong Lace Medallion to be offered as a fundraiser for The One Fund Boston. The two-sided medallion features the viral hashtag and unity motto #BostonStrong on one side and a custom-designed, laced-up heart icon on the other.

Adidas Launches "Boston Stands as One" T-shirt

Boston/Portland, April 18, 2013 – adidas, Official Sponsor of the Boston Athletic Association and the Boston Marathon, today announced the launch of a limited edition “Boston stands as one” t-shirt.  The t-shirt is available at and with 100% of the proceeds going to The One Fund Boston, Inc. in order to help the people most affected by the tragic events.  The One Fund Boston, Inc. was announced yesterday to support those affected by the tragic events that occurred in Boston on Monday.

Publix Georgia Marathon Race Entry Winner

It is time for a winner to be chosen.  Who will be the lucky runner that gets to punish themselves for 26.2 miles of Atlanta roads for free?

The Publix Georgia Marathon will be here before you know it and the streets will be lined with runners from near and far ready to take on the downtown course and see if they have what it takes to finish victorious.

Win a Free Race Entry - The Publix Georgia Marathon

The Publix Georgia Marathon is just one month away and it is time to give away a race entry to someone that is ready and able to run either the 13.1 or 26.2 distance.  If you are in training and can be ready to run one of these distances in a months time continue to read as there is a very good chance that you will have an opportunity to run the 2013 Publix Georgia Marathon for free!

As I mentioned in my last post, I once again this year will not be able to run.  I have been running off and on, but continue to revisit the injury that has been haunting me for nearly two years now.  I am a stubborn runner, but I have finally, yes finally, made a physical therapy appointment for tomorrow.  I am ready to get this calf fixed for good so next year I can be talking about my training here on the blog.