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  • Mark’s Marathon

    Hello everyone,

    My name is Mark E Sullivan and I work in Sullivan Tire’s marketing department. I have been an avid runner for the better part of 25 years and have competed in many road races during that time.

    This year, I will be doing something I have never done before:  I will be running the 2012 Boston Marathon to raise money for the nonprofit organization, America SCORES Boston.

    Although I’ve participated in Boston marathon the last 3 years, this will be my first time running to raise money for a cause. I’m very excited, and running for America SCORES Boston has provided some additional motivation.

    For me, running a long distance like the Boston marathon is a great way to break up the winter doldrums, and look forward to spring.  However, this is much easier said than done!

    I look forward to sharing my experiences with you as I train for the Boston Marathon and hearing from you as well! Any other runners out there participating in this year’s marathon? What keeps you motivated during training?

    Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section, and I’ll keep you posted on my progress!

     

    Many thanks,

    Mark E. Sullivan.

  1. Mark:

    I know the effort that goes into training for a marathon. It takes both physical and mental toughness and dedication. Keep focused on your training – you have 10 weeks to go. Remember: 3hr 45mins or under. You can do it! I’ll be at the finish line with a Power Bar…..

    Brian Gollub on February 8, 2012 at 7:30 am
  2. I can’t imagine running 26 miles… I give a lot of credit to those that do. Watching those runners cross the finish line after running 26 miles is a powerful sight. Sheer determination and committment carry them through. Good luck!

  3. lets run next year

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