Thursday, July 29, 2010

Official 2009 Reggae Marathon video

I even made it on the video! You have to look closely though.



2010 is going to be even more fun

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Welcome to the Reggae Marathon newsletter
 
Dear Reggae Runners and Walkers,

Through this medium, we'll be keeping you updated on the 2010 Reggae Marathon event. Come and celebrate the event's 10th anniversary this year! Reggae Marathon has become the Caribbean's, and one of the world's, best marathon events.
 
Favorites such as the "the World's Best Pasta Party", and the sounds of invigorating reggae music continue to add unique flavor,.  A special feature of  our 2010 celebrations will be the Victory "Beach" Party, to be held during the race event in Negril, Jamaica, on Saturday, December 4 at Long Bay Beach Park, home of the Race Start and Finish.


Register Early For Reggae Marathon!

Remember to register early for the Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K event.
 
Emile Leiba, president of the Jamdammers Running Club, organizers of the event, is reminding all prospective participants that the fee structure for Reggae Marathon changes, as per usual, come August 1. After August 1, 2010, each participant for the marathon and half marathon will pay US$ 95 (US$ 85 up to July 31) while each 10K entrant will pay US$ 70 (US$ 60 up to July 31).
 
You
can register here.


Fare Discounts From AA Available Now!

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American Airlines and Reggae Marathon are pleased to offer,a special discount on fares for the event.

To receive this discount, please call American Airlines Meeting Services Desk at 1-800-433-1790 from anywhere in the United States or Canada or go to www.AA.com and refer to the Promotion Code listed on the homepage of our website.

The promotion is only valid for travel between November 27 - December 10, 2010 for travel to Montego Bay and Kingston, Jamaica.



Did You Know...?

Memorabilia from the Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K event is currently on display at the AIMS Marathon Museum of Running located in the Berlin Olympic Park, Berlin. The AIMS Marathon Museum of Running  continuously receives objects relating to running from around the world and acts as a magnet for many marathon experts. About 15,000 historical objects (jerseys, running shoes, placards, medals, certificates, prizes, advertising and organizational materials, etc.) have been collected so far. It now fills about 120 running metres of shelving. The photograph collection also contains about 1.5 million images. To view, arrangements can be made ahead of time (by phone or email) and visits are possible on Sundays and Wednesdays. More information here.


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Pasta Party at Couples Swept Away


Support Our Young Runners

Many children who participate in Reggae Marathon's Grand Prix Road Race Series need good running shoes.  Instead of throwing out those good used running shoes, bring them to Reggae Marathon in Negril and drop them in a specially marked box at Registration. We will distribute those shoes to the children taking part in the 2011 Road Race Series.



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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

This is why I love auto racing

Driver leading the race. Sets up for a left hander. Makes his move to clip the apex. Gets penalized for 'Blocking'. You decide.

Friday, July 23, 2010

Brand New Machine in Kingston...Steve's home

My cuz got back to the island in one piece after an around the world tour with Sean Paul:

Page 2, the Observer

Now THAT is living...

Monday, July 12, 2010

Hot! Hot! Hot!!...now lets get quilting

From Guest Blogger Sally, the latest update on the quilt that she is making for our Heart & Stroke Foundation fundraising this year.


                                                  
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Hi:
Ok, it's so hot here, EVERYONE has gone to the malls! Really cold A/C (during peak hours)!
I was good: stayed home, went to the (very cool) basement to sew.
Since I finished Michael's birthday quilt, wanted to start working on the "donation" quilt.  Not sure about one of the fabrics though. It looked good at the time, but it seems a little dull now...I may have to reconsider/replace it.  Oh well...


Also, I think I need a higher table, at least counter height.  This bending over while cutting is v. hard on the back.  Sounds like I have some shopping in MY future!  New fabric, higher table.  LOL.


Talk later.  xoxoxo
 Sally 

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Interview with Alfred Francis about the Reggae Marathon

10th anniversary of the Reggae Marathon  in 2010.  Won't miss it this year.  Here is an interview with Alfred Francis, CEO of the Reggae Marathon with some details of some special events.

Interview with Alfred Francis (CEO of ReggaeMarathon.com)

Breakfast Television in Wasaga Beach

If you feel like an early run on Friday, join us at Beach#1 some of us Wasaga Beach Road Runners will be trying to get some face time with the Breakfast Television show. Jen Valentine and Frank Ferragini will be here ... and there will be free breakfasts available from local restaurants promoting 100 mile produce.

Recent hot, hazy days of summer make HYDRATION even more important ... this is an easy "from your fridge" solution.
http://www.runnersworld.com/article/0,7120,s6-242-301--13200-0,00.html?cm_mmc=nutrition-_-2010_07_08-_-nutrition-_-HYDRATION%3a%20Open%20your%20Fridge

Cheers, Mike
(Guest Blogger, Mike McCluskey, Founder of the Wasaga Beach Road Runners)