Pete Tanguay

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MM #4004

by on Jun.11, 2011, under Other, Random

I qualified as a Bronze level maniac by running 3 marathons in 90 days (Little Rock, Vienna and the Tailtwister 50k).  Got this email:

Pete, at last you have found refuge, a place where you can call home, where the Insane can feel Sane again, and once again be treated like a normal human being.

Welcome To The Marathon Maniacs InSane AsyLum!!!!

Don’t miss out on Maniac Discounts or current information!  Sign up for our monthly eFlash database HERE

If you go to the Insane Asylum link on the front page, you will see the Member Login link.  Your UserID and Password are:

UserID:
Password:

You can change your UserID and Password but there is no reason to.  We don’t require you to modify the original settings.

Once you get logged in you can do the following:

– Create a list of your race history by selecting the Add My Marathons link. Once you have entered at least one race, a link will be created on your name when your name appears in the Race Calendar and Insane Asylum. The link will take the user to your race history.

– Edit you Personal Information by choosing the Personal Info link.

– Edit your statistics by choosing the My Statistics link.

– Change how your statistics are calculated by using the My Preferences link.  Your initial settings are for Manual updating.  You can choose to Automatically update some or all of your statistics but you need to have all your races in your My Marathons section before doing so since the Automatic calculation is performed from that list.

– Add your name to any race listed in our Race Calendar. If you don’t see a race listed, click on the link at the top of the calendar to send us the information about the race.

– Use the Bulletin Board for members only to discuss training, races, or whatever.

– Go to (http://www.marathonmaniacs.com/meetthemembers.htm) where you can print out a Maniac Certificate.

– Become a fan of the Maniacs on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/pages/Marathon-Maniacs/144969288167). Join our group on LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/e/vgh/1843119/).

– If you would like to be included in the next Maniac newsletter, please send an email with a photo to Steve Walters MM #3388 (26freak@gmail.com).  And, if you have future photos or race reports, please send those to Steve as well.

Thanks and Welcome to the InSane AsyLum!!!!

Steve/Chris/Tony/Marc

http://www.marathonmaniacs.com

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Weekly marathon distance goal

by on Jan.09, 2009, under Random

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