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Monthly Archives: February 2016

#MiniMonday Top 3: Win an Apple Watch, Seeding Deadline, & 75 Days

Written on February 22, 2016 at 11:21 pm, by

It’s #MiniMonday! As May quickly approaches, we’re doing our best to equip you with all of the important information to prepare you for race day. Check-in here on Mondays to get the top 3 pieces of #IndyMini information for the week ahead. This week you have the opportunity to WIN an Apple Watch! Plus, the  Continue Reading »

#MiniMonday Top 3: 2 Deadlines + 1 Exciting Update

Written on February 15, 2016 at 9:18 pm, by

It’s #MiniMonday! As May quickly approaches, we’re doing our best to equip you with all of the important information to prepare you for race day. Check-in here on Mondays to get the top 3 pieces of #IndyMini information for the week ahead. This week we have 2 very important deadlines and an exciting Meb update!  Continue Reading »

#MiniMonday Top 3: Meb, Medals, & Money

Written on February 8, 2016 at 8:58 pm, by

It’s #MiniMonday! As May quickly approaches, we’ll do our best to equip you with all of the important information to prepare you for race day. Check-in here on Mondays to get the top 3 pieces of #IndyMini information for the week ahead. It’s no secret that we have a fondness for words that begin with  Continue Reading »

My #IndyMini Story: Caren Bond

Written on February 4, 2016 at 4:27 pm, by

According to SmokeFree.gov, when a person smokes, damage is caused to nearly every organ of the body including the lungs, muscles, and heart. Smokers also have an increased risk of illnesses such as chronic bronchitis and emphysema, as well as a reportedly higher incidence of shortness of breath and cough. Caren Bond knows the severe  Continue Reading »

My #IndyMini Story: Rob and Ryan Rueff

Written on February 1, 2016 at 2:39 am, by

I’ve always wanted to run the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon, but knew I wanted to make the first time I ran it a special memory. Last March my 13-year-old son, Ryan, began running with me. You see, Ryan was diagnosed with autism when he was 18-months old. Team sports had been difficult for him, but  Continue Reading »