The first edition of ‘Operation Blogger’ is up and running
After opening our competition for ‘Operation Blogger‘ we received hundreds of applications from all around the world. Here at the headquarters of the Trinidad Alfonso Valencia Marathon we were inundated by high quality bloggers who love running, it was a tough job but we have finally decided on which bloggers will spread the word about the Valencian marathon. The bloggers will write in their native language with the aim of reaching more international runners to add to the already high quantity of people from all over the world who fly to Valencia every year to compete.
In this edition of operation blogger we have the well established Spanish blog ‘Sosaku Runner’ representing Spain, we will also have regular updates and news about the Valencian Marathon in Portugese from ‘Correr Lisboa’, In English (UK) from ‘ Keith Marathon Dream’, France ‘auxangesetc’, Belgium ‘Running Geek’ and from Germany we have ‘ Marathon Tagebuch’.
The bloggers will publish regular articles about their preparation and training for the Trinidad Alfonso Valencia Marathon. They will also give advice and tips for their fellow compatriots who will be traveling and then running in Valencia. The Valencia Marathon media team will also publish their posts on our own website to make it easy for everyone to find the posts in one place, if you see a post you like in the language that you speak, please share it with your fellow runners.
This was the first edition of the Trinidad Alfonso Valencia Marathon ‘Operación Bloguero’. After the phenomenal response, we have already committed to holding another competition for 2016. So, when can you apply to be an official Valencia Marathon blogger for next year? You can apply straight away, and… if your native language does not appear on the list of blogs we already have, please send us an application as soon as possible to: email@example.com, you can also send your applications for 2016 to the same email. Good luck, and we look forward to receiving your proposals.