wear blue: run to remember story – Seamus Donahue

For our re-launch of the Amerithon Challenge, our chosen charity wear blue: run to remember founder Lisa Hallett is sharing the stories of a few of their program recipients.  Today meet Seamus Donahue in Lisa’s words: Eighteen-year old Seamus Donahue ran the Marine Corps Marathon last year, shortly after the one-year anniversary of the death of his father MAJ Michael Donahue. Seamus and his dad had started running together a few years…
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The Amerithon 2017 Challenge

Your neighbors are going to think you’re crazy. Your friends might think you’re insane. Your own family might question your mental stability, but this is one virtual challenge that your heart knows you have to do. Introducing the Amerithon 2017 Challenge! This is the biggest, most prestigious virtual challenge on the planet and you are invited. It sounds difficult, but trust us when we tell you ANYONE CAN DO IT! (more…)
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How Will You Amerithon?

Run Amerithon, Bike Amerithon, Walk Amerithon….. The Amerithon Challenge allows you to run, walk, hike, bike, swim, treadmill, eliptical, or even hobby horse as you VIRTUALY cross the United States. Accumulate miles anyway you like, then enter them (or sync them) to our tracker and your are on your way to earning badges, flyover videos, and the awesome 6 piece finisher medal! Get creative. Have fun…..but maybe not like Adam…
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Amerithon Challenge Charity Partner – wear blue: run to remember

All photos credit: Photo by Ingrid Barrentine for wear blue: run to remember When all of us at Run The Edge think about what running can do, what it can mean, we believe there are no limits. We’ve learned through our own experiences, and through what our company does day in and day out, that running has the power to inspire, transform, connect and even heal. Sometimes we even think, there’s…
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Remember Why You Started

Mary Hill is the type of person who can make something happen. When given a choice of life or death, you’d better believe she’s going to make life happen. When she was in high school, Mary participated in numerous school activities including basketball, volleyball and track—so it’s no surprise that she was in better physical shape than most of her peers. In her twenties, Mary found the man of her…
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The Hard is What Makes it Great

So many things in life are simply put — hard. Not much comes easy. Intuitively, we know this  to be true, yet we often see people reaching for a way to debunk this almost natural law of the universe. And why should we expect anything to come easy anyway? Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own explained “It’s supposed to be hard. If it wasn’t hard, everyone would do…
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