And now the moment you have all been waiting for…

Thank you to all of you who entered by 26.2 Marathon Woman Prize Pack, featuring a signed copy of Kathrine Switzer’s book 26.2 Marathon Stories. And before I announce the winner, please let me say I wish I could pick each and every one of you to win!

To everyone who entered my giveaway

I asked Michael to pick a number between 1 and 72 (comments are numbered from oldest first to the newest) and he picked # 34, after some serious contemplation. I asked him what took so long and he said he picked # 34 because the numbers 3 and 4 add up to # 7. He has a thing for 7. It’s his favorite number. I like to think it is because we got married on 07/07/07! 😉

Congratulations to …

Julia at Running Perseverance who said

 
You’re an inspiration to me, Julia and your pup is too cute! Please send your contact information to sara@wordstorunby.com, and I will get your prize out to you ASAP.

Thank you again to all of you who entered my giveaway – and most of all, thank you for your votes to help me earn a spot on Chocolate Milk’s Team Refuel. I appreciate your support more than you know. You have until tomorrow to keep voting!

Until the next mile marker,
 

In case you missed it!

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Please consider voting for me to be a part of Team Refuel! You can do so once a day until September 15th HERE. Search for me by name – Sara Wyen. To learn more about chocolate milk as recovery fuel and what I plan to do with the grant money if I am selected, please visit THIS post. Thank you. I appreciate any votes that I receive and the time you take to think of me.

MY RUN is being released on DVD on 09/20/2011. Don’t wait – reserve your copy today! After tragically losing his wife to breast cancer and struggling to raise three young children on his own, real life super hero and modern day Forrest Gump, Terry Hitchcock seized on an idea. He wanted to accomplish the impossible: run 75 consecutive marathons in 75 consecutive days to bring attention to the incredibly difficult lives of single-parent families. He ran in spite of freezing rain and unbearable heat, in spite of chest pains and bone fractures that wracked his 57-year-old body.  He just kept running – each day, every dayCheck out my review of this inspirational film about running marathons and also the marathons of life HERE and look for me in the credits too!

Comments

  1. runningperseverance says

    yayyyyyyyyy!!!!!! i cant believe I won…guess I have to thank Michael for picking my lucky number 😉 FRIEND! you are such an inspiration to ME!!!! thanks for your kind words and for just always being YOU!

  2. Nice going, Julia… you are an inspiration to ALL your followers…. as are YOU, Sara.

  3. RunningMandy says

    Congrats to Julia!

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