Nuun Hood to Coast Relay

If someone were to combine all of my absolute favorite activities into one event, I’m preeety sure the Hood to Coast Relay would be it. A 199 mile relay race? Trecking from Mt Hood (<3 mountains) to the beautiful Pacific coast? (OMG). Running night legs, and  “roughin’ it” in a sweaty van and sleeping bags with other amazing people the rest of the way? Yes. Please. So when I found out Nuun was opening up the opportunity for more relay teams for this year’s event, I knew I had to apply.

But first, do you know what Nuun is? You should! Think of it like better-for-you Gatorade; they’re electrolyte tablets that easily dissolve into water, have NO sugar, less than 8 cals, and are a great way to hydrate before and recover after a workout. It’s pretty much genius, and I use em quite often. (Even when not working out…)

I’m not video saavy, so decided to create a pimped out powerpoint for my application. In it, I wrote a poem (another one of my “hobbies”) that sort of tells an abridged story of my life, and how running helped take me to where I am today. It’s kind of personal/sentimental, so hooppppe you enjoy!

My mind is just buzzing thinking about the opportunity…so fingers crossed until the teams are announced. Good luck to all who are applying! 

About Laura

marketing director at Possible. formerly at Greatist. Still running, finding zen, and searching for the perfect bloody mary.

Posted on April 9, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. AMAZING LAURA!!! I still can’t believe you were in a band on tour. I think you would be perfect for the HTC Nuun Team! I’m rooting for you!

  2. Thank you love…I am rootin’ for YOU!

  3. Love it! I’m cheering for you too!

  4. Congratulations, Laura!!! I am so happy for you. Loved watching your video again! xoxo

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