If you’ve always dreamed of running the Nike Women’s Half Marathon—an iconic race through San Francisco with breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Presidio, and of course the tuxedoed gentlemen who award you your Tiffany necklace at the finish line—this is your chance.
As you probably know, this race always sells out, and the lottery to get in is now closed. But we have one free registration to Team in Training to give to one of you who wants to challenge yourself physically, be part of a team, and also help make a serious impact on finding a cure for blood cancers.
That’s right: you can still run the half marathon and make a difference while you’re at it. We’re giving away one free registration to Team in Training for the Nike Women’s Half Marathon on October 19.
With TNT, in exchange for raising funds, you’ll train for four months with world-class trainers, have access to clinics on nutrition and injury prevention, and race through San Francisco’s iconic landmarks.
The Fit Approach community is getting super engaged with this event and this cause. Check out our ambassadors’ posts here:
The Balanced Brunette – has beat cancer before, and is taking the half marathon by storm
Joy Laughter Sweat – going for a PR, and honoring those she’s lost.
FitnessMomWineCountry – got bitten by the running bug and is going after her second half!
#RunMeganRun – on seizing opportunities, and knowing when to pass.
Urban in Suburbia – a giveaway for a great cause
Better Late than Never – starting from ground zero, and going for the half marathon!
Live Travel Eat Run – honoring her grandfather
Jersey Dolls Fitness – showing the SF hills who’s boss
Larissa Milano Fitness – honoring an aunt who succumbed to leukemia at a young age
My Life is a Journey – it’s all about a great cause… and a pretty blue box.
Live from La Quinta – #tbt with her first experience with Team in Training.
Kinetic Fix – always up for a new challenge.
Learn More About Team in Training and help TNT harness the power of physical activity to help LLS find cures and improve the quality of life for patients with blood cancer. Help patients feel better while you achieve your personal best.
Want to know more? Hear TNT alum Mary Henderson, a pediatric dietician, ultra-runner, and lecturer at UC Berkeley speak about how TNT has changed her life, and get the inside scoop on what fundraising is really like.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Team in Training. As always, all opinions are 100% our own.
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