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When you join Team Runwell, claiming a coveted guaranteed entry into the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon, you will be participating in one of the world's premier running events. It’s a powerful win-win when your efforts to cross your own iconic finish line enables another person to begin their journey of recovery and wellness.
Your spot on Team Runwell provides:
Guaranteed entry into 2017 TCS New York City Marathon
Custom-made Runwell technical shirt
Runwell Headsweats visor or hat
Personalized fundraising webpage
Monthly Team newsletter and emails
Training by Olympic Marathoner Keith Brantly
3 pre-scheduled group nutrition Skpe call with eNRG Performance
Exciting incentive giveaways leading up to marathon weekend
FUNDRAISING RULES AND REGULATIONS:
If an athlete is unable to compete, withdrawal requests must be received in writing via e-mail to email@example.com. Without exception, all requests must be received on or before August 1, 2017 to be released of the $4,000 fundraising commitment. All money raised up to that point is non-refundable. Transfers or deferments of entry are NOT permitted. If circumstances arise after August 1, 2017, rendering an athlete unable to compete, he or she is still responsible for raising or providing the $4,000 minimum. Additionally, if any portion of the race and/or entire event is cancelled for any reason beyond the control of Runwell, The Linda Quirk Foundation, the athlete is required to raise $4,000 by October 20, 2017.
With a running career spanning three decades, many experts consider Keith Brantley to be one of the most successful Long Distance Runners in United States distance running history. Keith has enjoyed successes in national and international competitions at distances from the mile to the marathon. His accomplishments include: 1996 United States Olympic Team Member, Marathon. Five-time U.S. Olympic Trials participant for 5K, 10K and marathon, competing in a total of seven trials events. He’s a twelve-time member of United States National track, road racing and cross-country teams and is an eight time United States National Roadracing Champion in the 10K, 20K, 25K and marathon. His Lifetime personal bests include: Marathon 2:12:31, Fifteen kilometers 42:50, Ten kilometers 28:02, Five kilometers 13:36, 1500 meters 3:40.7 (3:58 mile) Career prize money in excess of $400,000.
Keith conducts inspirational and entertaining motivational seminars for corporations and special interest groups on topics related to health and fitness. His articles and features are published in over 100 fitness magazines.