Why I Love To Run Like A Girl

Why I Love To Run Like A Girl

There may not be a more loyal participant of the Titanium Racing and Run Like A Girl Series as Audrey Carr hasn’t missed a single event since she started running five years ago. At age 10 she is already a super runner and we sat down with Audrey to ask her about her love for the sport and her future aspirations.

Lifelong Training Partners

Lifelong Training Partners

If we are lucky enough to find someone to share the journey of life with, we are even more lucky to find both a training partner and companion in the same person. For Hora Pastor and his wife Marisol, the running journey is simply an extension of their relationship as the two share an incredible bond and drives and pushes them to new heights. We sat down with Hora and asked him about he and his wife’s special relationship and how the two of them constantly bring the best out of each other. 

My First 10K

My First 10K

For Karen Torres, the 2016 Bank of Marin Running Festival 10K a life changing event which opened the door to world of running opportunities. Through the support and encouragement of her friends, she ran her first ever 10K at last year’s event. Karen sat down and shared her experience with us and discussed the ups and downs of the journey. 

Cheaper Than Therapy
If you had asked me last year if I could run, I probably would have answered: “No, not even downhill.” I started running because it was cheaper than therapy, and I also wanted to be more active. Friends motivated me to start doing it, so it didn’t feel that difficult.  Since we didn’t see each other a lot because of school, work and family, we decided that getting together for workout dates was a great idea. It was not an easy process, but having an encouraging group of friends made it easier. 

Connecting Community Youth with Running

Connecting Community Youth with Running

We are so proud to partner with the Boys & Girls Club of Marin & Petaluma who is the charity of choice for the 2017 Bank of Marin Running Festival. In 2016 Nicole Harrington, the Boys & Girls Club Program Director for the MLK Clubhouse, participated in the event along with six other club girls who took part in the Run Like A Girl Mile. We sat down with Nicole to ask her about her experience and the partnership with the Bank of Marin Running Festival.

5 Training Tips For The Bank of Marin Running Festival

5 Training Tips For The Bank of Marin Running Festival

5 Training Tips Tips For The Bank of Marin Running Festival
Marisol Pastor-Cabrera

Marisol is an avid running in the Bay Area competing in Spartan Races, trail runs, and obstacle course races with her husband and training partner. In 2016, she teamed up with a group of her friends to run the Bank of Marin Running Festival 10K. For some of them, this would be their first 10K and Marisol became the driving force behind helping them prepare for race day. We asked her to provide some knowledge and share five tips for getting ready for this year’s event.