Weekly Newsletter 13 March 2018

This week's newsletter has what's coming up in our monthly prize draws and interesting articles; there are no postponements, cancellations or late additions to the running calendar this week!

monthly prize draw

We have a monthly prize draw for our premium members. The next monthly prize draw is on April 1st and is for a 12 month subscription to Run 4 Your Life Magazine.

There will be a My Fit Box in the May 1st prize draw for one of our New Zealand premium members, and I'm currently lining something up for the Australian members.

Find our more about membership here and sign up today!

Interesting articles

Running is better together, and other lessons Ragnar taught me
Ragnar, a one-of-a-kind overnight relay race for teams of eight or four ultrarunners is coming to Australia in 2018. Yitka Winn talks about the history of Ragnar and her experience of running at these events in this article at Trail Runner Magazine.

Barry Keem to defend ultra marathon title at Canberra Australian Running Festival
For the past two years, Wollongong man Barry Keem has won the Canberra 50km ultra marathon at the Australian Running Festival and will be trying to make it three years in a row this year. Find out more in this article at The Canberra Times.

Wazza's Great 1000km Walk Sydney to Melbourne
Warren Wright is walking from Sydney to Melbourne starting on May 1st to raise funds for Cancer and Awareness for the Cancer Council. Follow his Facebook page to keep up to date and donate to his challenge on the Cancer Council website here.

2 mind training techniques to help you run better
Health and lifestyle writer Melanie Hearse shares two tips to help you run better in this article at the At One Foods blog: blocking out unhelpful stimuli and visualisation. She explains what each is and how to do it.

Recently added and updated events

Recent updates
To find out what's been recently updated, check the recent updates page regularly. I include in this newsletter a list of the more important updates (see below) such as date changes, cancellations, or late additions to the calendar. And check out the full calendar of upcoming events.

There are no postponements, cancellations or late additions to the running calendar this week!

Until next week

That's all for this week; have a great running week!

Regards,
Chris