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Sugoi Brand Champion - Incredible!

Sugoi means Incredible or WOW in Japanese!

A couple of weeks ago I was selected to participate in the Sugoi Brand Champions program.

As my first 'responsibility' for this position I purchased this beautiful Brand Champion singlet to wear at my upcoming races.

Because I will be running my marathon in Florida I wanted something that would be cool. I am also running the Fall Classic 1/2 Marathon in a few weeks and need something warm. I felt this would work in both races. I can wear it on its own for Florida and with a long sleeve shirt underneath for the Fall Classic.

Stay tuned for actual photos coming as soon as it arrives!

Also, I will let you in on Sugoi Warehouse Sale happening very soon in Vancouver.

Click here for the details.

Thank you Sugoi!


Stuart said…
That singlet looks sweet! Does this mean you now known as the;

The Incredible Real Deal

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