>Running 101>Run the Boston Marathon this April!
The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary is currently recruiting on its marathon team for participation in the 2013 Boston Marathon.
On Monday, April 15, lace up your sneakers and run the 2013 Boston Marathon with Mass. Eye and Ear! You will raise hope and bring a healthier future for everywhere who suffer from debilitating conditions affecting sight, hearing, voice, balance, taste and smell, and cancers of the eye, head and neck.
You will have access to an exclusive marathon training program, race day amenities, and team celebratory events.
Since 2006, Team Eye and Ear has raised more than $1.8 million for research and patient care at Mass. Eye and Ear. In 2013, the 50 members of Team Eye and Ear aim to raise more than $400,000. A minimum fundraising commitment is required.
Be part of something big! Join us today. Learn more and apply today at http://www.MassEyeAndEar.org/marathon, by calling 617-573-6364, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
2013 Goal: 365d+2013mi
"A minimum fundraising commitment is required."
Let's be direct! How much? (I do plan on doing Boston someday, and I will probably need to get in on a charity slot because my times don't get me registration via other methods, but lay it out there what the ballpark figure is pls :-)
The Plan (the big parts)→ /// April 20th: 24 Hour Race Hampton, VA (PR of 76.25 Miles) /// May 19th: Three Days at the Fair (12 Hour) in NJ /// Jul 6th: Merrill's Mile 24 hour in GA. /// Sep 21st: NC-24 Hour Race in Ohio /// Nov 23rd: JFK-50 in MD /// Dec 31st: Peanut Island (12 Hour) in FL /// ∞
Eye of Sauron
From their site (click the linky in their post)....
Invitational Entry runners do not have to meet the time requirements set by the BAA.
And once again Mr. Wizard (aka: Stevie Ray) explains the internet.
..duplicate of srl's post...
Did an angel whisper in your ear and hold you close and take away your fear...In those long last moments
I'm going to go the "additional consideration" route. See y'all in Boston!
I was afraid of that level. 500 I can do (Such as for JFK-50 to get a 2 hr earlier start), but 5,000 is out of my budget for one race. While I am huge on supporting a couple select charities personally, I am one of those folks unable to ask others for charity money in order for me to run a race.
Hope I am not being too gruff in saying that the OP could just post: #1 what the committment level needed is, and #2, not post three different duplicate posts of the same thing. Seems like they are not considering the forum when they post multiple posts here....
I was totally kidding. I am usually totally kidding.
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