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This July, GearJunkie, Salomon, and Suunto want to send you on an adventure trip to Lake Tahoe! The debut Ragnar Trail Tahoe event will serve as the focal point for a weekend of adventure and fun.
To enter: Go to our Ragnar Trail Sweepstakes page to submit your entry for a chance at the trip. Below are a few examples so far, readers chomping at the bit to get on board in July for the big event!
“I have been running for more than half of my life and I will never stop!” —Chris Taylor
“I run to keep me out of trouble.” —André de Castilho
“I am a 37-year-old father of four who just started running in 2010. I have conquered what I thought was my ceiling and now must set new goals. The best part of my new found hobby is that I am setting an example for my children to go [get outside] instead of watching TV and playing video games.” —B. Voracek
“Because adventures, particularly the mountainous variety, let us know we are alive.” —Ross Saxton
“I’m Jonathan Jurva Kastar. Born and raised Alaskan. My love for outdoors adventures began with my dad. As a former marathon runner and adventure seeker he moved to Alaska in 1983 to teach in a small town called Seldovia, which had a booming population of about 400 people and is only accessible by small plane or boat. At the school in Seldovia he started something called Project Adventure. With help of the students and community members, he helped build and establish a trail system in the vast woods around the school, but if that wasn’t enough…”
“I like to think we gals are the stronger sex in our family!” —Kathleen Waters
“Trails are all I run, and I love being near the mountains and spending hours in them.” —Reader “SunDevils”
“I’ve been a runner all my life. OK, maybe I didn’t consider myself a runner when I was a toddler, but I remember when I was in 3rd grade and I had to run a mile around the playground for my elementary school’s field day competition. I remember thinking to myself: ‘This right here. This is fun. It’s hard, but it’s fun.’” —Megan Killian