sponsored: #RUNNOVATION – Why We Race

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  • Published Aug. 30, 2013
  • Updated Aug. 30, 2013 at 2:19 PM UTC

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Photo By: Jesse Peters at Blacklight Photography

This is Runnovation.

Races have become an opportunity to champion worthy causes and raise funds to help others. The race itself can be a fundraiser, like the Project Athena Richmond Relay Marathon (pictured), or participants can use races as a means to raise money and awareness for organizations — such as Leukemia & Lymphoma Society via Team in Training, and Susan G. Komen and the Race for the Cure — giving runners the opportunity to run for even more than fitness and good health.

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