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RACE TO THE FINISH LINE OF CURES!
The Team In Training (TNT) program has set the standard for charity endurance sports training. Whether you choose a full or half marathon, triathlon, cycling or hiking event, TNT coaches will prepare you to cross the finish line with workouts, nutrition, hydration and injury prevention clinics. Fundraising will be made easy with staff support.
Since 1988, more than 600,000 Team In Training (TNT) participants have helped The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) raise more than $1.4 billion to find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients. Join TNT today to make memories that last a lifetime and save lives!
Boston's Run To Remember (5 Miles)
May 25, 2014 - Boston, MA
New Balance Falmouth Road Race
August 17, 2014 - Falmouth, MA
August 23 and 24, 2014 - Lakeville, MA
United Healthcare Newport Marathon and Half
October 12, 2014 - Newport, RI
Tufts Health Plan 10K for Women
October 13, 2014 - Boston, MA
Nike Women's Marathon and Half
October 19, 2014 - San Francisco, CA
Also available: Hike Grand Canyon, Hike Yosemite, Rock 'n' Roll Seattle Marathon & 1/2, Mayor's Marathon & Half, Rock 'n' Roll Edinburgh Marathon & 1/2, Disneyland Half Marathon, Nation's Triathlon, Honolulu Century Ride, Bank of America Chicago Marathon, Rock 'n' Roll Vancouver Half Marathon, Marine Corps Marathon, Athens Classic Marathon and Hike Joshua Tree.
PARTICIPATE AND SAVE LIVES. Take the first step TODAY!
It is easy to get involved and make a difference:
Call 508-810-1341 or 800-688-6572 to speak with a LIVE staff person who can answer any of your questions.
Fill out our Learn More form and a TNT staff person will contact you.
Click Sign Up to use our fast and secure online registration form.
"Team In Training guided me every step of the way. When I explained that I could not run ONE mile when I signed up, they reassured me I would cross the finish line... If you think you can't do this, I am LIVING proof that you can. That you NEED to. Listen, I am not joking when I say I couldn't run 1 mile. But I trained. I trained hard. And I crossed that finish line never once questioning if I would make it to the end. I KNEW I would." Read More.