Monthly Archives: January 2012

Happy New Year and More

Well here we are almost through the first month of the new year. How are the resolutions coming? Hopefully you are still on track. But even if you should waver a little, just make the necessary adjustment and keep moving. Don’t stress over whether you are or are not staying true to your goal(s). Make the fix and keep moving.
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Philly Health Watch

I am very excited to announce that I have officially signed on as a contributor with Philly Health Watch. I had an amazing meeting last night with editor Sergio Bucciarelli and the two of us exchanged enough energy to light up the city of Philadelphia.
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January News From TriColumbia

The New Year is here!  It’s time to plan the coming race season, and TriColumbia is ready with a myriad of race and training opportunities that are sure to challenge and excite you.  And don’t forget that TriColumbia is a non-profit 501c3; so racing with us is a win-win.  The majority [...]
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She Inspired a Charity Running Phenomenon

Once a leukemia patient, now she runs… New York, January 7, 2011 – Georgia Cleland, now 28, is the little girl who helped spawn an entire running for charity movement – the largest of its kind in the world. A leukemia patient at age 2, when the chance of survival was just 55 [...]
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The Votes Are In!

Conshohocken, PA (January 3, 2012) – The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Team In Training (TNT), the world’s largest and most successful charity endurance sports training program, has been voted Best Charity Training Program in the 2011 Best of Competitor magazine poll.
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Enlightened Perspective

Andy Rooney died only a month after delivering his 1,097th and final televised commentary. Rooney had gone to the hospital for an undisclosed surgery, but major complications developed and he never recovered. He was 92 years old. I wanted to share these brilliant lessons learned from Andy. Coincidently, on a long walk with my wife [...]
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ChesapeakeMan Ultra Triathlon Registration OPEN

ChesapeakeMan Ultra Triathlon – This event has been named a “140.6 Best Race,” in Triathlete Magazine’s March, 2010 edition, and is the USAT Mid-Atlantic Regional Championship event. Come experience 140.6 miles of Maryland Eastern Shore hospitality as featured in James Michener's book "Chesapeake". CheseapeakeMan uses much of the world-renowned Ironman 70.3 EagleMan venue. Start your day with a 2.4-mile Swim in the protected Hambrooks Bay section of the Choptank River in Great Marsh Park. Then follow with a two loop cycling experience through the flat and windy Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. The run is a three loop fast and flat course with a finish at Cambridge - South Dorchester High School. Join us for the Champions Brunch & Awards at the Hyatt Regency on Sunday morning.
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Brad Schoener Memorial 5k Walk & Run Registration Now Open

Along the course, runners and walkers will be treated to live music by some of Brad’s students and friends. After the race enjoy more live music right across the street at the Upper Darby Performing Arts Center at the Music Marathon to benefit the Brad Schoener Fund.
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