2018 BTS LA Marathon Team
Running 4 Recovery

Don't think you can run a marathon? No problem.

You can do the full or the half; you can walk or run; you can even just show up to support the runners and walkers.. No matter what your goal or your abilities, we have an option that's right for you. And, no matter which level of participation you choose, being part of the Beit T'Shuvah Marathon Team can be an amazing experience. You will have the opportunity to support an organization that helps people regain control over their lives, and the satisfaction of knowing you’ve made a difference. You will also get to enjoy the camaraderie of the team, meet new people, and achieve a challenging personal goal, all with the support of our experienced, certified coaches.

We meet on Sunday mornings at 7am in various places on the Westside. On some mornings, our training route takes us along the beach, upon scenic trails, or through quiet neighborhoods. On other mornings, we cover parts of the Marathon course so you will know what to expect on race day. And, no matter where we go, there will always be BTS volunteers cheering you on and offering drinks and snacks along the way.

To learn more about the team or to check out the training schedule go to www.running4recovery.com

For more info please contact our marathon coordinator, Lexy Nolte, at lnolte@beittshuvah.org or 310-204-5200 x230

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