Dreaming Big: Runner’s World Cover Contest

So Runner’s World is having a contest to find a male and female runner to be on the cover of an upcoming issue. It’s a TOTAL long shot (I’ve read the bios of a handful of the applications already and there are some pretty amazing people) but I’ve decided to give it a shot and enter…it doesn’t hurt to try, right?

Based on the judges’ criteria and total number of votes, five male and five female runners will be chosen for a round of interviews  with the editors. So while the number of votes isn’t paramount, the votes will help the applicant move on to the next round. Which is why I need your help!

You can vote daily from now until August 15 (I promise to not bug you every single day!) and takes less than 10 seconds to vote (you don’t need to create an account or anything!)!

Thank you for your help and support!

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    15 thoughts on “Dreaming Big: Runner’s World Cover Contest

    1. I love the way Runner’s World has set up their contest. Cudos to them. It’s not so much a competition or popularity contest because it’s not contingent on getting the most votes. I’m spreading the love and voting for different friends every day!
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    2. My beautiful daughter…I’d vote a million times for you if I could! As the person who knows you best – and loves you most (spoken from a mother’s heart!) – you are SO deserving of this. I am still amazed that you do all that you do…and most importantly, are a wonderful wife as well as a loving mother to my two precious grandsons. Oh…and a terrific daughter to me!! Mommy xoxoxoxox

    3. voted for sure!! you forgot to mention how you have inspired thousands of up and coming mothers to continue their running while pregnant for the health of them and their babies!

      PS I’m 37 weeks now, still running! THANK YOU for being my inspiration!
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