HMBIM Training Director starts Training Blog for HMBIM Athletes



June 3, 2012 Half Moon Bay, CA - The Half Moon Bay International Marathon announced that the organizaiton will be publishing tips and training advice for athletes registered for the upcoming event on September 23, 2012. 

Dill, a veteran ultrarunner and certified running coach through the Road Runner's Club of America (RRCA) serves as the HMBIM's Director of Training overseeing various activites and resources to help runners prepare. Dill will be posting periodically on the HMBIM's new Training Blog, sharing his experience and insights. 

"When I joined the race organization team, I envisioned a resource that both provided training information to our runners and seeded the growth of a running community centered around the race. This blog is a step in that direction," said Dill.

"Franz has an amazing array of knowledge and experience he can bring to the athletes," said Eric Vaughan, HMBIM Executive Director. "He is building on the successful program he initatied in 2011 and extending it further with this new blog to keep regular communications with our athletes. His enthusiasm is infectious!"  



About the Half Moon Bay International Marathon:
Featuring "26.2 Miles of Running Heaven", the Half Moon Bay International Marathon (HMBIM) was founded in 2011 to showcase the unique beauty of the California coast along with some of the best weather a marathon athlete could ever hope for. The inaugural event in 2011 featured athletes from 25 states and 4 countries and sold out in two months despite very little promotion. An official Boston Qualifier event sanctioned by the USA Track and Field organization, the HMBIM also focused on creating an eco-friendly event to consider the precious coastal community and worked to attain official status with the Council for Responsible Sport, and received the coveted Gold Certification from this organization in the event's very first year. The HMBIM features a full and half marathon and 10k and 5k events all on the same day.