Pi Run for Pie on 3.14!

Pi or Pie?…. BOTH!

Join Ready to Run, Austin Runners Club, New Balance, Mondo Sports Therapy, FuelBelt, TriggerPoint and Balega International on Monday, March 14th at 6:30PM for the Pi Run! (Get it?! The date is 3.14?!)

There are two running routes. There will be a Pi route and a double Pi route. Route maps below.
– Short (3.14 miles): http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/996321623
– Long (6.28 miles): http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/996367289

New Balance will be bringing the Fresh Foam 1080s and the 860s to wear test during the run. There will also be FuelBelt handhelds, balega socks and trigger point massage ball giveaways. Mondo Sports Therapy will be on site with tables set up for free assessments. Come talk to these guys if you have any aches or pains, they specialize in helping runners!

THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT PART! — Just because we all love puns…we can’t have a Pi Run without PIE! After the run we will draw names to see who gets to PIE the people listed below!
-Ryan (RTR Owner)
-Iram (ARC President)
-David (Trigger Point Rep)
-Pieter (Mondo Sports Therapy)

We can refuel after the run with pie (don’t worry we will use pies that haven’t been smooshed in someone’s face) and HAPPY HOUR at Austin Terrier on Greystone Drive.

Click here for up-to-date info on the event! – https://www.facebook.com/events/464233657102906/

 

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