Thanks to the success of our 2010 team, we have been invited back as an Official Charity of the LA Marathon 2011.


2011 LA Marathon Details:

Los Angeles Marathon: Sunday, March 20st, 2010
New Performance Nutrition 5K: Saturday, March 19th, 2011

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*LA Marathon registration begins July 15th but it is never too early to join the team! Help us start the year with a bang by making a fundraisng page now and taking the pledge to register on July 15th!


About Athletes for Real Medicine:

Change yourself, change lives

Athletes for Real Medicine are dedicated individuals and teams competing around the world, on all levels, in all arenas, to help those in need on a global level. Separated by distance but joined by cause, Athletes for Real Medicine are proving that when you dedicate your own personal challenge to overcoming greater challenges facing people around the world, you will never race alone.

No matter where you are in the world or on your course, Athletes for Real Medicine and the people we support are there too–and at mile 19, when things start to get really hard, that can make all the difference.


Making the Commitment to Save Lives

As an Athlete for Real Medicine you must make the commitment to raise funds for people in need. Below are suggested target amounts but the sky is the limit so dream big: the more you raise, the more we can do for people around the world. Additional target amounts and incentive prizes to come so aim high!

*receive race fee reimbursement (5K and marathon)
*receive race fee reimbursement and Road Runner training reimbursement (5K and marathon)

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About The Los Angeles Marathon:

The Los Angeles Marathon (LA Marathon) is run through the streets of the City of Angels every year in the spring. This first LA Marathon in 1986 had more than 10,000 entrants making it the largest inaugural marathon in the world—now, the race sells out with 25,000 runners and walkers.

The course has changed a number of times with the latest change in 2010 with the "Stadium to the Sea" course, beginning at Dodger Stadium and finishing at the Santa Monica beach. Despite these course changes however, the Los Angeles Marathon has held a strong tradition of linking the community with the event by encouraging course support and entertainment and by providing personalized runners bibs that encourage spectators to cheer on racers by name. Learn more at; Marathon Course Map

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