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 Angels Race Virginia 2015

Registration is open for the 2015 Angels Race Triathlon to be held April 26th 2015.  Click Here to reach the registration website.

This will be the 13th Annual event, same great courses, volunteers and logistics crew you are used to seeing at this race.  We hope to see you in April!

 

Angels Race Virginia 2014

Thanks to all who came out to race on April 27th in the 12th Annual Angels Race in downtown Lyncburgh VA!

The overall winner was Joseph Anderson of Lynchburg, VA with a time of 1 hour 1 minute 39 seconds.  The first overall Female was Renee Kunnen of Richmond, VA with a time of 1 hour 13 minutes and 12 seconds.  Over 400 athletes participated on a beautiful spring day in Lynchburg honoring their angels.  We look forward to setting the date for the 2015 Angels Race later this summer. 

 News coverage of the Race:

 http://www.wset.com/story/25353458/angels-race-draws-hundreds

 

 

 

 

11th Annual Angels Race VA 2013  

Parker Spencer took the overall honors with a time of 1:03:19.  The top Female was Cheryl McMurray in a time of 1:16:16.  Va Tech, JMU and Liberty all had strong showings with their college teams.  Hundreds of arms were marked with names of angels.  A beautiful cloudless day contributed to the festive atmosphere.  A  new division, assisted athletes was a highlight - Jenna Trebour assisted by her mother Beth, and Leslie Hogland assisted her daughter Jasmine through the race.  See coverage of the race below:

Mothers Race with Angels

Angels Race Highlights

10th Annual Angels Race VA 2012 

Thank you to the athletes, spectators and volunteers who came out on Sunday to celebrate the 10th Annual Angels Race in Lynchburg.  Danny Gibney of Gaithersburg, MD took the overall win with a time of 1:05:08, and Renee Kunnen from Richmond took the overall Women's victory in 1:14:42. 

JMU Took the College Cup this year with 44 participants and top spots in several categories.  VaTech was quick to mention that many of their teammates were at College Nationals - and will challenge for the cup next year!

 

News articles related to the race: 

News & Advance Race Coverage 

WSET Race Day Coverage

WSET pre-race news story on the Angels Race!

 

9th Annual Angels Race VA 2011

Thanks to all who came out to swim, bike run, volunteer and cheer as a full field took on the Angels race course in Lynchburg May 1st.  Grayson Cobb set a new Men's course record with a blistering time of 1:00:43.   Renee Kunnen bested the women's field at 1:11:41.  Virginia Tech took top honors in the College Challenge led by Cobb.  We look forward to a great 10th event in 2012!

Many people honored angels in their lives on race day.  Here is a link to a news story about Sorority sisters honor Virginia teacher killed in Japan disaster

Cancer Survivor Stephanie Deasy is competing in the Angels Race on Sunday May 1st in Lynchburg - click here to  see her story. 

Thank you to all the paticipants, spectators, sponsors and volunteers who made the Angels Race a great event. 

It was a fast day for racing, with Sara Tussey taking the overall women's win in 59:57.  Jonathan Kelly took the men's honors with a time of 55:25. 

With beautiful weather and live music from Epic Failure and Wax Mojo as well as a hoppin' kids zone it was a festive event.  We hope to see you in Lynchburg May 1st or at Tanglewood in September 2011!

 

 

Check out the TV News Article About the upcoming Angels Race September 19th

Angels Race NC Packet Pick up - Saturday 11-5 at Fleet Feet Sports or at the race site Sunday 6-7am

Join us for Praise and Prayer for the Angels Race and your Angel - Saturday 7:30pm AT THE RACE SITE (new location)

 Participants - look for pre-race e-mails on Thursday 9/16 and details online at the Setup Events site for the Angels Race

Angels Race NC 2010 has reached its capacity of 500 participants! 

We will be sending out race details in the next several days and posting informatoin here as ewll as on the setupevents race site. 

 

 

Angels Race VA 2010 Success! 

Thank you to everyone who came out for the VA Angels Race on April 25th.  The weather cooperated and a huge crowd of spectators and 100+ volunteers supported over 400 athletes who swam, biked and ran for their angels.  Check out the news coverage below!

WSET News 

Lynchburg News Advance

The overall men's winner was Marcus Wright of Lynchburg, VA with a time of 1 hour 4 minutes, 11 seconds
The first place female was Cheryl McMurray of Fairfax, VA with a time of 1 hour 14 minutes 51 seconds

Complete race results can be found at the Setup Events Website

Special Thanks to Bikes Unlimited and Riverside Runners for their outstanding support of the race this weekend

Share your angels race experience and feedback on facebook.  Share your Angels Race story, pictures and video!

Race Day Photographers Tri Duo were on site race day - Click here to view photos from TriDuo

 

ed The Angels Foundation recognizes that we can only become our best with the inspiration and strength of others - angels who see more in us than we see in ourselves. These angels often impact our lives in ways that are difficult to describe, and impossible to repay.


The mission of the Angels Foundation is two-fold:

  • Create opportunities for individuals to honor angels who have touched their lives
  • Encourage people to be angels in the lives of others.

The sport of triathlon, like life, is as much a competition with self as it is with other athletes. The Angels Race is an opportunity to challenge yourself to give it your best, and to honor those who inspired you to become who you are, and who you seek to be.
Participants write the name of the angel they are honoring on their body during body marking, and carry the spirit of that person throughout the race. Many are inspired to their best performance, some resolve grief or celebrate a lost angel while others recognize the significance of someone currently in their life. For everyone, it is more than just a race.

Be an Angel, Honor an Angel, Give it a TRI! 

 
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Newsflash

‎2 years ago, I attended the Angel's Race at Tangelwood. Everyone was waiting for the last person to finish. Finally, she came into view...a lovely large sized lady. She was running with all her heart. I cried as I always do when I see bravery. I high 5'd her as she passed by me & thought to myself, "if she can do this, so can i." This year I finally put down the cigarettes, learned to swim, bought a bike & started training. My goal? To do the Angel's Race. I don't know that lady's name but she is my earth angel.