imATHLETE selected as the registration partner for six new events

In what one anonymous insider describes as “one heck of an amazing month… and year… for imATHLETE”, imATHLETE ( is beyond overjoyed to have been selected by six more marquee events to be their registration and marketing partner. In case the title above was too long, here are the events again, in the opposite order: Run Vermont, Christie Clinic Illinois Marathon, Cooper River Bridge Run, Hospital Hill Run, Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon and the BMO Vancouver Marathon.

These six events join a list of existing imATHLETE clients that thrills the entire imATHLETE staff to no end. imATHLETE clients include the Skechers Performance Los Angeles Marathon, Freescale Austin Marathon, Dallas Marathon, GORE-TEX Philadelphia Marathon, Surf City Marathon, Bike New York, OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon, Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon, Gasparilla Distance Classic and thousands of others.

When asked for comment, Jeff Matlow, imATHLETE’s CEO said “it’s been one heck of an amazing month… and year… for imATHLETE.” (Editor’s Note: writer may be fired for revealing source.)

Matlow later added, “We are extremely proud to be working with such great events and wonderful people. We are driven by our focus on innovating and growing our clients’ businesses, so it is phenomenal to see how our passion for creating these robust experiences continues to prove beneficial for both our clients and their participants. Helping them grow is why we are here and it’s what we love doing.”

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About imATHLETE imATHLETE blends registration, coaching and e-commerce technology with the social networking and gamefication inherent in running, triathlon, cycling and all participatory sports. Recognized as a leading force in the sporting world with its industry-changing registration technology, imATHLETE is one of the fastest growing companies in the market. Their technology is transforming the relationship between event organizers and their participants. To learn more about imATHLETE, visit Better yet, visit their blog at imATHLETE also can be found on Twitter by following @IAmAthlete and by liking the imATHLETE Facebook page.