What do you do with your bibs after race day? I save ours, putting them in a manila folder for safe keeping and at the end of the year, I create a photo book (check out my 2013 Runners book). Shutterfly offers free books a few times a year through email offers and I upgrade to the 8x11 size, which is perfect to show of your photo memories and race bibs. This book cost me $14 with shipping included.
5K and 10K with me during that weekend so it was extra special picking out the photos for those two pages.
half marathon and full marathon, I ran into an issue being I didn't have near as many pics for the half as I did for the full.
naugural runDisney Glass Slipper Challenge. I ran this with my best friend Keri. The week of the race, my runner buddy and I decided to register for Cinderella's Royal Family 5K.
5K and 10K on one page each and give two pages to the half marathon being Keri and I had so many photos from that event (we stopped for 90% of the photo opps on course).
Sarasota Half Marathon which I ran the relay with my husband. My ankle was in so much pain for this event that I only took one photo and I was pretty sure my long distance running days were over. In fact, this was the last time I ran anything more than 3 miles until a certain email came over from ASICS.
TCS NYC Marathon with ASICS. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be part of such an amazing team and live this experience. ASICS sent me an email over the summer, asking me if I would like to try out a pair of shoes. Being I run in ASICS, the answer was an obvious yes and I looked at it as them saving me $150. Two weeks later, I received another email, inquiring if I would like to be part of the ASICS NYC Marathon bloggers challenge.
ASICS sponsored shakeout run and breakfast with Olympic athletes Training gear and official merchandise. Co-hosting a tweet up which was featured on Runners Worlds facebook. Getting a mini-statue of myself, which I carried with me all over the city.
Do you keep your bibs from races and if so, what do you do with them?