Make Me A Marathoner

We’re very close to announcing the participants of our 3rd Make Me A Marathoner Program which will prepare 4 Tasmanians to achieve their marathon debut at the Cadbury Marathon on 14 January 2018.

The Make Me A Marathoner program includes a personalised 16-week training program, ongoing support and advice from accredited coaches, VIP Entry into the Cadbury Marathon and much more.   Most importantly the program will provide participants with an experience that will change their lives and perceptions of what they are capable of.   TRR Make Me A Marathoner participants will also have the support and encouragement of the entire TRR community on their marathon journey.

Golden Tickets are now on their way to our 4 lucky participants….if you applied don’t forget to check your letterbox!

 

Need Inspiration? Meet our Make Me A Marathoner Alumni!

2016 – Rosie

Hi, I’m Rosie. I will be turning 40 four days after the 2017 Cadbury Marathon. This impending milestone was one of the reasons I applied for the Make Me a Marathoner program. I thought it would be an achievement to run a marathon before I turn 40, and I like to leave...

2016 – Matthew

Hi, I’m Matthew and I started running [slowly] in January last year. I truly never gave much thought to the idea of running a marathon. A couple of friends of mine had done it in their younger years but I had always put it in the “I’ll never do that” category. It...

2016 – Kristy

Hi, I'm Kristy Williams. I’m a 35 year old corporate office worker and mother of two. I always loved sport at school, doing cross country and it was nothing for me to run 10kms after school most days. I played basketball in college and then played soccer until 2006....

2016 – Justin

Hi my name is Justin 'Gosso' Gossage. I am 35 years old, a father of two loving and very active boys that are my world. Just under two years ago I decided to make a change in my life.  I was a pack a day smoker and drank heavy daily. On the 9th of October 2014 I made...

2015 – Rowan

Rowan says receiving a Golden Ticket was like winning the lottery…

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