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.

This years race will take place on Saint Patrick's Day, March 17th, 2013 at 7:00 a.m. The race course will travel through metro Atlanta’s most interesting and historic areas and along the way runners will pass many well known landmarks. The Luckie 5K will also be run on the 17th at 7:30 so all races will be run on the same day.  To register you can head over to or straight to the Publix Georgia Marathon Registration Page and while you are there you can get $10 off of either the full or half marathon by using the code: BLOG10OFF13.

Thanks to the US Road Sports team, one of you will have the opportunity to run either the full marathon or half marathon on Sunday March 17th free.  
The Giveaway: 
One lucky winner will be chosen randomly out of all comments left on this page. The guidelines below show all the options for entries, but be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry as only one entry will be counted per comment even if you list all the ways you are eligible. The giveaway time period will not be long with the last entry being accepted on Sunday February 24th
How To Enter: 
  • Leave a comment and tell us how your training is coming for the big day. If you are not in training tell us tell us how you plan to get ready. 
  • Share the opportunity with everyone you know. You know the drill, share it with all those social media tools, your blog, and at your running club, but don’t stop there! (leave a comment for each way you share because each comment will count as an additional entry) 
  • Join the Georgia Marathon Fanpage,  follow them on Twitter at @GeorgiaMarathon and leave a comment for each of these as well.

    Share often and come back daily to tell us how you have spread the word!