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Last Minute Tips For The LA Marathon

ASICS Ambassador and LA Roadrunner Official Coach Andrew Kastor and his wife, Olympic Medalist and American Record Holder Deena Kastor, gave last minute training tips for the LA Marathon.

The ASICS LA Marathon team has announced that there is less than 1,000 available spots left for this year’s marathon, so if you are planning to run, sign up now, and don’t be left behind.

The ASICS LA Marathon is Sunday, March 17, 2013 and you can register here.

How to Support Your Marathoner:

Send out requests for messages via a Facebook post, tweet or email, and to receive your messages of support.  Runners can also Share the Glory with their entire social network by creating and uploading pre-written posts to the website that will be beamed out to everyone in real-time as you run the course. Family, friends and fans can also record a support video using their web camera, or can upload a text and/or image based message. In addition, supporters will also be able to record and upload videos at the ASICS booth at the marathon expo.

Three giant video screens are placed at miles 8, 17, and 22 along the course and as runners pass over special sensor mats, their videos and messages previously uploaded are displayed on the screen, providing instant motivation to keep on charging for the finish line.

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ASICS Ambassador and LA Roadrunner Official Coach Andrew Kastor and his wife, Olympic Medalist and American Record Holder Deena Kastor, gave last minute training tips for the LA Marathon.

The ASICS LA Marathon team has announced that there is less than 1,000 available spots left for this year’s marathon, so if you are planning to run, sign up now, and don’t be left behind.

If you want to Support Your Marathoner you can create custom messages to support them throughout the race.

The ASICS LA Marathon is Sunday, March 17, 2013 and you can register here.

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