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“You are an Ironman”

Posted by Active Toby Jun 17, 2010

Press Release

 

Busselton, WA (June 18, 2010) - Fourteen hundred Ironman triathletes will endure the challenge of a lifetime to hear `the voice of Ironman’, call his famous catch-phrase as they cross the finish line at Ironman Western Australia this December.

 

World Triathlon Corporation, owners of the Ironman brand, is bringing renowned Ironman announcer Mike Reilly to Western Australia for the first time, as part of its renewed commitment to creating a bigger and better event at Busselton. It will be the American commentator’s 99th Ironman event and his 16th in Australia.

 

Reilly is famous for his ability to create a party atmosphere at race finishes, bringing out thousands of spectators to cheer each athlete across the line. He has described Australia as home to one of the best partying crowds in the world.

 

“I am extremely excited to be coming to Ironman Western Australia this December to be a part of the great Australian Ironman scene,” Reilly said.

 

“Finish lines in Australia have an incredible atmosphere; the support for the athletes is second-to-none. Australians really get behind their Ironmen and women. It’s like a national sport there – it is an environment like no other.”

 

Reilly’s famous phrase “You are an Ironman” is a coveted prize to professional and age group athletes alike. The thought of being called across the finish line by a worldwide Ironman icon is a motivation that pushes many athletes through their pain barrier to a moment that will be remembered for a lifetime.

 

Reilly has seen 200,000 athletes sprinting, jumping, falling, crawling, crying, screaming and laughing over an Ironman finish line and maintains it is an honour to call them an Ironman.

 

“This is not a job, it is a passion,” he said. “I don’t look at this as work but as a fun-filled day with the honour of helping Ironman athletes be recognised as the incredible people they are.”

 

Reilly was the first announcer at a professional triathlon in 1982 and has been the main announcer at the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, since 1989. He has worked over 1,000 endurance events worldwide, and spent more than 2,200 hours behind the microphone at Ironman events.

 

Ironman Western Australia is held in the scenic coastal town of Busselton, Western Australia, approximately 2.5 hours drive south of Perth. The event, which requires competitors to complete a 3.8 kilometre swim, a 180 kilometre cycle and a 42.2 kilometre run, is an official qualifier for the Ford Ironman World Championship.

 

World Triathlon Corporation will wholly deliver Ironman Western Australia for the first time this year, bringing new innovations to the race and further cementing the event’s reputation as one of the world’s premier Ironman races. 1,400 individual and approximately 100 teams athletes will compete at Ironman Western Australia 2010 on Sunday, December 5, 2010.

 

Athlete enquiries can be directed to WesternAustralia@ironman.com. All media-related enquiries can be sent to Holly Ranson at holly.ranson@ironman.com or by phone + 61 400 593 610. Event information is available at www.ironmanwesternaustralia.com.

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Congratulations to Meb Keflezighi who ran a personal best of 2 hours, 9 minutes, 15 seconds on Sunday at the New York City Marathon and became the first American to win the race in 27 years. Monday night, he joined David Letterman on the Late Show to present "The Top 10 Thoughts That Go Through Your Mind When Running The New York City Marathon."

 

10. "Wow. Staten Island is even more beautiful than I imagined."

 

9. "Cool! MapQuest found a route that's only 5 miles."

 

8. "Am I experiencing the runners high or is it the bus fumes?"

 

7. "Is that the finish line or crime scene tape?"

 

6. " Why can I run 26 miles in less time than it takes to play a World Series game?"

 

5. "Car!"

 

4. "Cramp!"

 

3. "Who's that little boy waving at me? Oh, its Mayor Bloomberg."

 

2. "I forgot to bring the exact change for the Verrazano Bridge."

 

1. "I really hope that was Gatorade."

 

Meb Keflezighi presents the "Top Ten Thoughts That Go Through Your Mind When Running The New York City Marathon."

 


Watch the video here


This was a great segment! #8 is my favorite:  "Am I experiencing the runners high or is it the bus fumes?"

Which is your favorite?

 

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Press Release

 

LONG BEACH, CA – In celebration of its 25th Anniversary, the Long Beach International City Bank Marathon will be giving away a host of prizes in a random drawing contest.  Anyone registered for any of the marathon events by the contest deadlines (October 1 for mail-in registrations and October 7 for online registrations) will automatically be eligible for the contest drawing.  Topping the list of prizes will be 25 Round Trip Travel Certificates on JetBlue Airways, the Official Airline of the Long Beach International City Bank Marathon.  Certificates are valid from any JetBlue departure city to any non-stop JetBlue destination city.

 

Additional prizes include: $250 Prize Package from Clif Bar; $250 Prize Package from Road Runner Sports: $250 Prize Package from Hyatt Regency Hotel Long Beach and ten $25 gift certificates from Bubba Gump Shrimp Company.  To be eligible for the prize drawing, participants must register on-line AT www.runlongbeach.com for any 25th Anniversary event before the on-line registration deadline: Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at midnight.

 

Celebrating its 25th Anniversary, the Long Beach International City Bank Marathon and Half Marathon will be held on Sunday, Oct. 11.  Events include: Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Bike Tour, Bubba Gump Run Forrest Run 5K and Kids 1 Mile Fun Run.

 

No purchase is necessary for participation in the Sweepstakes Contest.  For complete contest rules and registration information on the Long Beach International City Bank Marathon, please visit www.runlongbeach.com or call 562-427-4606.

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Kids And Adults Worldwide To  Virtually Run And Walk With Man Through Alaska

 

A 44-year-old  husband, father of four and ultra-endurance athlete pushing a  jogging stroller of gear will virtually trek with thousands of children  and adults  worldwide over a 500-mile course through the rugged terrain of Alaska  between April 20 and May 12, 2009. Paul  Staso accomplished a 3,260-mile solo run across the United States in  2006 and a 620-mile solo run across Montana in 2008  ─  virtually trekking with teams of children using his unique approach to  promoting youth health and fitness. Now he's heading as far north as  the Arctic Circle and for the first time will virtually bring  adults along on his journey.

 

"The Alaska journey, called P.A.C.E. Trek 2009, is my way of trying  to make an impact in the childhood obesity issue and the continuing  decline of youth health and fitness," Staso says. "The  journey through Alaska will require me to average 30 miles per day  as I encounter some rugged and breathtaking terrain.  I'll be virtually traveling with teams of children and adults from around the world as  they access my web sites, pacetrek.com and stepthere.com, and learn about the  locations we're trekking through via my writings, pictures and media  files."

 

 

 

In May 2008 Staso accomplished the inaugural P.A.C.E. Trek by  virtually bringing  children with him across the state of Montana. Through rain, wind, heat and  snow Staso persevered across Montana, averaging 31 miles per day for  20 days during the east-to-west run. There were 108 teams of children (8,000+ runners and  walkers) globally following along with him and cumulatively those teams logged  over 42,000 miles during the trek. P.A.C.E. is an acronym for  Promoting Active Children Everywhere and that is what Staso  aims to achieve through his endeavors.

 

 

 

"Since I completed my 108 days of running coast-to-coast across  America, I've had opportunities to speak to many audiences about the  purpose of P.A.C.E. and what I believe needs to be done to turn the tide on  the growing epidemic of childhood obesity," Staso says. "Kids  need to see that if you take care of your body it can take you on  some wonderful adventures    ─  far more satisfying than staring at a television or computer for  hours on end. By the reactions I receive from children,  I know that my message and endurance journeys intrigue many."

 

Staso, a former 5th grade teacher, has developed an extensive web  site at www.pacetrek.com so teachers and students from  kindergarten through 12th grade can be involved in the trek. There  is no cost to register a P.A.C.E. Trek team and teachers can  sign up a team at pacetrek.com. For the 2009 endeavor Staso decided  that it was time for adults to get involved in the virtual journeys.  Therefore, adults can register teams for free via stepthere.com. Staso, who  organizes and funds much of the endurance journeys himself, intends to do  the treks annually in different locations  ─ as long as  his body holds up.   

 

 

 

"We've set it up so that teachers will have everything needed at  the pacetrek.com web site and it would not take any more than 10  minutes per day for 17 school days. That's a commitment of less than  3 hours total," Staso says. "Last year we had teams reaching  from Germany to Georgia; Malaysia to Maine; Australia to Alaska;  Italy to Iowa... and so many places in between. I'm very excited to  also offer an opportunity to parents and non-parents to get involved  through stepthere.com."

 

Once again Staso will push a jogging stroller to carry essential  equipment, including: food, water, GPS, running gear, and more  ─ even a solar panel for charging electronic gadgets. Lodging  will be arranged before the journey begins.

 

Staso grew up in Alaska, attending such schools as Eagle River  Elementary; Gruening Middle School; Chugiak High School; and,  Juneau-Douglas High School - from which he graduated in 1983. Montana has been  Staso's home for the past 25 years. He is committed to doing what he  can to inspire, educate and motivate children and adults toward greater health and fitness. Staso also wants  people to set personal goals and reach for their dreams. As  he says, "Your dreams are beyond the horizon, and you have to  persevere to the horizon in order to realize those dreams."

 

When  not on the road, Staso develops virtual trek  curriculums which many schools have either adopted or imitated,  including a Run/Walk Across America trek (seeusrun.com)  and a fitness journey along historic Route 66 (kids66.com).  He also develops corporate web sites and provides Internet marketing  services through OnTrack Designs.

 

Staso is asking all who hear about his latest endeavor, P.A.C.E.  Trek 2009 (and the adult challenge called S.T.E.P. There), to share the  upcoming 2009 Alaska trek with as many people as possible. "The Alaska adventure will be a  fun, educational trek for all involved,  regardless of age or where they're located," Staso says. "Since it's  a free and unique opportunity I particularly hope that school teachers and  coaches will sign up student teams and support the aim of getting kids up,  moving and learning."

 

You can learn more about P.A.C.E. Trek 2009 at pacetrek.com,  and the adult challenge at stepthere.com. You can also  experience Staso's 2006 solo run across America online at pacerun.com,  and his 2008 solo run across Montana at pacetrek.com/montana.

 

 

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•     Sick and in training...please help me!

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•     Deferring to 2009

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•     Forty days and forty nights

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•     Last Meal

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•     race day breakfast

“I have a road race sunday morning, a simple 5k. i was thinking about having a bowl of cereal combined with a bagel and orange juice. should i alter this in any way? i was told pancakes are carbs-heaven.”

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•      New to Triathlon

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•      Wednesday's runs

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•      Missed workouts

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•     How many days a week should I run?

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•     iPods now being allowed at Dallas marathon

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•      LOSS OF TOENAILS

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•     Recovering from long runs

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•     Using a Mtn Bike

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