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Lupus Saved My Life

For those of you who don’t know me, I am relatively new to running. I didn’t start in middle school or high school like most other runners. It wasn’t until much later in life that I stumbled into running and fell in love. In the summer of 2016 (when I was 26 years old), I was hit with life-altering news; …

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This Part Of The Journey

I am lucky to have people around me who ask the big questions, the tough questions.  Its been a looonng couple months as I slooowwwly come back from an Achilles Tendonitis injury.  Through it all I’ve had a couple of my healing friends ask questions like, ‘why do you run?’ ‘why are you so attached to running?’ ‘what is the …

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A Plan That’s A Plan Is No Plan.

Saturday, April 20, 2019 6:59:50pm – 38 degrees – San Tan Regional Park, Arizona … 10. 9. 8. 7. I turn around, peering through the crowed to see James in the arms of my husband, waving together and saying “by Mommy”. It was in that moment I fought back tears. Running, running ultras is literally the core centre of my …

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42km Across the Desert

Run with your heart and your feet will follow; the emotions of a desert marathon. We have ambassadors all around the world.. this is Saskia from Switzerland Here is her adventure through her marathon… this one was across the desert in Petra, Jordan. Have a read: Although my 100k was really successful when considering my finish time, my rank, my …

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Meet Ann

We met Ann at our Be Fearless race back in June. She absolutely smashed the 11km and won overall. She told us she had been wanting to be an ambassador for a long time. We get 1000s of applications for ambassadors and it can be hard to filter through them all… sometimes it takes meeting us in person to join …

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Where are our Ambassadors!?

We decided it was time to check in with our ambassadors to see what they are up to in their parts of the world! We literally have ambassadors all around the world, with different goals, running different distances, even in different seasons!! Here is a little write up from most of them on where they are at!! Hope you enjoy! …

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UTA 100: With a Little Help from my Friends

This is what is so  about our community… how people can connect over the love of running, support each other like old friends and be their finish line hug at the end of something huge. For Kirsty, the UTA 100 was a a huge dream… and she is proud to say so accomplished it… with fellow RLAG ambassadors there to …

Reflections from an RLAG Ambassador Guide

I’ve been a fan and follower of Run Like a Girl from its very beginning days, and went as a client on the Costa Rica retreat in November 2016!  I was beyond thrilled and grateful when the timing of events in my life lined up with the opportunity to come back to Costa Rica a year later and help co-guide the …

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Bring on the Ultramarathon!

Ambassador Julie (@jujumac5) has quite a few ultra-marathons under her belt. She decided to share some of her tips and tricks to help you feel more confident about either signing up for your first ultra-marathon or toeing the start line at your next one! You’ve done some 5 and 10k’s, you’ve dabbled in half marathons and road marathons and are …

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The Road to Re-Recovery

Ambassador Carre recently completed her biggest challenge of her life. The gruelling, challenging and incredibly beautiful Coastal Challenge in Costa Rica. She trained hard, prepared as best she could and smashed her goals to cross the finish line after 6 days! Here is her story of the race, recovering and testing her recovery at a 50km a month after. Have …