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Pick a Song for My Chicago Marathon Playlist

If you saw my previous announcement, you’ll know that I am running the Chicago Marathon in 2014. I’m excited to be raising money for the American Red Cross as part of my journey to Chicago. As an incentive for donating, anyone who contributes more than $26.20 (ok, $27 because the site doesn’t accept cents) can pick a song for my marathon playlist or you can sponsor a song I’ve already got in mind. So make your donation now and let’s get your song on this list! Available for sponsorship:

Song Artist Sponsor
My Kind of Town Frank Sinatra  Karen Cunliffe
Supremacy Muse
Time Hans Zimmer
Game of Thrones Main Title Ramin Djiwadi
Dirty Paws Of Monsters and Men
Outro M83
Step Out José González
Dog Days Are Over Florence + The Machine Lisa Linney
What Are You Going to Do When You Are Not Saving the World? Hans Zimmer
Survival Eminem
Below My Feet Mumford & Sons Kate Witheridge
Get over It Ok Go
Ultra Violet (Light My Way) The Killers
Tryouts Jerry Goldsmith
Running Up That Hill Placebo

Songs chosen by others:

Song Artist Donor
Eye of the Tiger Survivor Anne & Mike Cirillo
Patrick’s Pick (I chose Last of the Mohicans – “I’m running a marathon…y’all (expletive) are sprinters.”) Ja Rule Sheryl Gudelsky
Roar (Because she knows I can’t stand this song) Katy Perry Diana Mitchen
Too Legit To Quit MC Hammer Sarah Kong
Through the Fire and Flames DragonForce Russell Smith
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Chicago Marathon Charity : Team Red Cross

I’m excited to announce that I will be running the 2014 Chicago Marathon!

Registration for the marathon opened today. While many people across the country were entering the lottery, I was busy setting up my fundraising page for the race. I chose to avoid the uncertainty of the lottery process by joining a charity team.

I will be running the Chicago Marathon for Team Red Cross: 2014 Chicago Marathon.

Downtown Chicago

Where I’ll be

Read more about my Chicago Marathon charity fundraiser →