Friday, January 21, 2011

2011 Running Blog List

I received an email today from Jake whose blog is called Broken Hearted Runner.  First of all his story is awesome as he has not allowed a genetic heart condition to stop him from doing what he loves.  Next he took the time to put together a list of his 50 favorite running blogs for us all to enjoy.  What a great way to bring more runners together.  Great job on this post Jake and nice to know you enjoy reading Just A Mile To Go.  Peace

9 comments:

  1. Eric, your blog should be on the list!

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  2. Hey Eric! Found you through Jake's list...congrats on raising over $50K for MMRF. Very inspiring!

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  3. Thanks Will, I always enjoy reading your blog too.
    Zoe, Thanks its a great cause. I will be stopping by to read your blog soon.

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  4. You are right Zoe. Eric your blog should be on there too.

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  5. hey hey, congrats for being nominated as one of the "Best Running Blogs 2011" hope to read many more of your fantastic running stories. sending you greetings from Malaysia...

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  6. Noah & Dannie, I am glad you guys enjoy. Nice to know the suffering I love can provide entertainment for others:)

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  7. Thanks for sharing the post. I've been amazed with how much people are embracing the community building goal I had when developing the list. You've done some amazing things as a runner and for runners, so I'm glad more people are coming to see that.

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  8. Thanks Jake and again I am glad you enjoy JAMTG as I enjoyed reading your story too. Looking forward to many more good reads.

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    Team Challenge is the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation’s endurance training and fundraising program. Through Team Challenge, you can run or walk 13.1 miles while helping to find a cure for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, two chronic and often debilitating digestive diseases that impact 1.4 million Americans. Training begins in August in Manhattan and Brooklyn. For more information on Team NYC go to http://www.ccteamchallenge.org/

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