Tag: race

Colon Cancer Awareness Twibbon: Show Your Support

It’s Colon Cancer Awareness Month, and Fight Colorectal Cancer & My Colon Cancer Coach is offering a Twibbon – a small image in the corner of your Twitter or Facebook profile image- to help unite survivors, loved ones and supporters with a symbol of support:  I just switched more »

Brambleton Ribbon Run 5K Race

Great day for a race don’t you think? Well — to be honest, it was a bit colder than I would have liked but the race is for a great cause, so I can put up with it. The race started at 730A — and more »

Clean Jerks

Tomorrow – I am doing my 2nd 5k of the spring at the Brambleton Ribbon Run 5K with Team Ashburn CrossFit Impavidus! It’s a great way to get out there, give back for a good cause, and feel like you are a part of something bigger. more »

It’s a Wrap! Scope It Out – Colon Cancer 5K

A great day for a 5k for a great cause! Top 20% finisher! Age Category Results : 16    Stephanie Hoaglund      40 Ashburn VA            30:24 29:26  9:29   Race Overall: 240  91/488   1670 Stephanie Hoaglund      40 Ashburn VA       30:24 29:26  9:29

SCOPE IT OUT 5K: March 20 Wash, D.C.

As many of you know, during the early part of the summer of 2008, my husband, Scotty was diagnosed with colon cancer and underwent surgery and a year of chemo. We are now thankfully 6m away from being ‘remission’ card holders and will kick colon more »

Turkey Trottin’ for Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! What a great year – we all have so much to be thankful for. For me, I am so appreciative of good health for my family, friends and myself.  As I have said before — you don’t realize how valuable good health more »

River Creek 5K Fun Run

This morning I got up — enjoying that extra hour of sleep — and headed out for a small fun run 5K race in the River Creek Community to benefit Capital Hospice. It was in the 30s and the race course was hilly. My lungs more »

Ahh, Weekends

I don’t think I have mentioned this before — I am running a small 5k race in River Creek with some of the Plumbline Ladies.  The race benefits Capital Hospice — as I have mentioned — races are a good way to give back and more »

Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion – Kids Triathlon

Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion – Kids Triathlon SEPTEMBER 18, 2010 As someone who is really trying to inspire parents to not only set a good example by being active and fit themselves, but impact their own family’s perspective on health and fitness — I Love more »

Run Amuck – Quantico Race Day Recap

Yesterday I finished the Run Amuck Race at Quanitco Military Base — With 3000 other people. The race as well done — scheduled in waves depending on your roster number so it wasn’t all crowded at once. Lots of nutritious food at the end — more »