Asheville Marathon – Don’t miss out on a classic!

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If you’ve ever wanted to run a destination race in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina where beauty and history are rich, you’re time is running out quickly to sign up for this amazing marathon and half.  Less than 50 spots remain!

The second edition of this challenging and beautiful marathon takes place in just 25 short days.  With the addition of a half marathon for this year, it could be the perfect long training run as you prepare for your spring marathon.  If you are a marathon runner, take on that challenge.  A rolling mix of pavement and trail, the beauty that is Asheville and Biltmore will be yours to enjoy as you traverse through wooded forests, vineyards and countryside with views of the mountains for miles.  I ran the marathon last year, and remember just how rewarding it was to cross that finish line.

With plenty of race improvements in place, the second installment of this race is sure to enthrall the most seasoned runner as well as the beginner alike.  Just imagine yourself hitting mile six, and getting to run right up to the front doors of the Biltmore Estate.  It’s just amazing, a sight that you will never forget.

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You better hurry though, as this race will sell out in the next few days….

As an official Ambassador for this race, I can tell you that you don’t want to miss it!  Plenty of amazing runners have already signed up, and the race director, Daphne Kirkwood, has spent countless hours making sure that this is a race that you will remember.

Don’t miss out!  Visit http://www.ashevillemarathon.com to register.

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