As the official training partner for Twin Cities In Motion's Women Run the Cities, we want to share the announcement that all TCM races for the rest of 2020, including the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon Weekend, are going virtual. Please visit TCM's website for more information on all virtual races in 2020. While it's not the news any of us wanted, as race organizers ourselves, we understand. The running community is known for its perseverance in adversity. We will continue to support our running partners and hope you will as well, so we can all overcome this difficult season. Read more of TCM's announcement and find out about race credits and other information here.
In addition, watch a KARE 11 story regarding the announcement, which featured Carrie representing Moms on the Run.
Duluth Moms on the Run was recently featured as an exhibitor at the Duluth Women's Expo and in an article in Her View magazine. Read it here.
The InForum, Fargo Forum's online news edition, recently featured West Fargo Moms on the Run in an article and video segment for On the Minds of Moms titled, "In the cold of winter, women connect mind and body through running." The video and article tell a thorough story of what Moms on the Run is all about, highlighting several women, including owner Eileen Pruis and members Kayla Hiedeman and Staci Birrenkott. Click here to watch the video or click on the photo below to read the article. Keep on running, West Fargo!
Moms on the Run was featured in an article titled "Fitting in Fitness" in Minnesota Parent magazine's January 2020 issue. The article highlights St. Paul member Jess Helle-Morrissey, Founder and CEO Karissa Johnson, and National Fitness Director Carrie Tollefson. Check out the digital version here, or find it on newsstands at Twin Cities community centers, libraries, YMCAs and Walgreens.
Jacksonville (FL) Moms on the Run owner Amy Magdalein and Coach Ginger were featured on Jacksonville's River City Live show on WJXT-TV today to talk about their upcoming spring season, the new Northside location and how to use strength training to avoid injuries and continue running strong. Click here to watch the segment.