When I ran Nike DC in its inaugural year last April, I was in sheer AWE at the number of runners that participated through TNT. I vowed that one year, I wanted to work with an organization like that, raise funds for an amazing cause, and still get to run in the process.
After some research and lots of exploring, I've learned a LOT about Team in Training and the superbly incredible things they do. TNT is the flagship fundraising campaign for LLS, and the NWHM in San Francisco is always sold out. At its 25th anniversary last year, TNT has trained more than 600,000 participants and raised more than $1.4 billion (!!).
While I wish I could say this was my year to run with TNT, I've had to make the difficult decision to let the chance pass me by -- BUT! This means awesome things for you.
You can run with TNT instead!
Yep, you read that right. I am using this opportunity to give away a Nike San Francisco race entry. With TNT, in exchange for raising funds, you’ll train for four months with world-class trainers, have access to clinics on nutrition and injury prevention and race through San Francisco’s iconic landmarks.
Want to learn more about Team in Training? They do not only the Nike races, but races all over the country! Check out more here and help TNT harness the power of physical activity to find cures and improve the quality of life for patients with blood cancer. Join TNT as they take over San Francisco this October!
- The free registration for Team in Training is ONLY good for the NWM Half Marathon on , in San Francisco
- This free registration gets you guaranteed entry to NWMSF, along with a complete training program
- You are still committed to fundraising through Team in Training - more information here about specific fundraising requirements
- This program is perfect for runners who want to participate in NWM, train with a team, and fundraise for a good cause. It's also a great option for those who didn't get in through the lottery this year to join such an incredible race!
Have you ever trained/run with TNT? For what race/event?