Woo-hoo! Merry Christmas to me! I won the 2nd place prize for the Deep Relief “Be a Mud Hero” contest!!!
My prize pack (valued at $285) includes the following items:
- 1 month membership to GoodLife Fitness
- 1 free entry into Mud Hero event of my choice
- 1 GoodLife Gym bag
- 1 Mud Hero hat and buff
- Deep Relief product, cinch bag, t-shirt and products
So grateful to have been selected among the may entries received. I never win anything except for maybe one or two small work raffles; but this is HUGE! Thanks so much to Deep Relief for the fun contest and to Goodlife Fitness and Mud Hero for the 1 month gym membership, free race entry and swag! ❤
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I forgot to post a picture of my 2014 medal collection. Despite being injured in the last quarter; I had a remarkable 2014 race year. I’m kinda happy I got injured after my obstacle course race season in Eastern Canada ended. Injuries are never fun, but I was still blessed and fortunate to have completed so many races. I finished 2014 with a record breaking 25 races [11 road, 14 obstacle course race’s – not including multiple lap races, 1 CN Tower Stair Climb and 1 DNF].
Some notable accomplishments:
- I completed 10 Spartan Races (9 in Canada and my first 1 in USA).
- Earned a Double Trifecta (my goal at the beginning of 2014 was a Double, then I was lucky enough to meet people to travel to all the races with, so that goal increased to a Quintuple Trifecta; and then injury struck but happy I still earned my Double Trifecta).
- First year running multiple lap races (I ran 2 laps at the Ottawa Spartan Sprint Saturday and Sunday, so 4 laps total and 4 medals! I ran 3 laps at the Toronto Warrior Dash).
- Back to back half marathon weekends (Apr. 27/14 Nike Women’s Half and May 4/14 Mississauga Half).
- 3 half marathons and first 30k race.
- PB in a 5k (26:27).
- First RACEcation (I’ve also never been to Washington, DC before).
I met so many new friends this year from road races and OCR’s and from various parts of the world. Running definitely brings people together. I am honoured and thankful to be able to run and to have met some amazing people along the way who share the passion for the sport as I do.
Hopefully, through my active lifestyle, I have inspired at least one person to start running or to start living a healthy and active lifestyle. My medals are not for bragging rights, but to show that IT IS POSSIBLE. Thank you all for sharing in my journey to live the best version of myself. I look forward to new races and new adventures in 2015! 🙂
See my Race Calendar for a list of my 2014 races and results.