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2018 Mercy Health Runner’s Symposium
February 3rd, 2018
8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Join us for the 2018 Mercy Health Runner’s Symposium. Enjoy a morning with running community members and listen to experts provide helpful running tips. Information will help runners at any level – from beginners to those who are working on your next big race – and all ages.
You’ll learn how to achieve your running goals, including how to avoid injuries and the importance of maintaining an active schedule. You’ll discover running strategies based on evidence, best practices and experience that integrates anatomy, physiology and injury prevention. You’ll also learn when and how to reach out to professionals when you need them. The symposium will conclude with three interactive breakout session that will have an immediate impact on your running success. You are invited to visit participating vendors to get information on the latest running technology and products.

The Symposium will include three interactive breakout sessions that will have an immediate impact on your running success.

Your morning will conclude featuring our Keynote Speaker, and 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist, Mary Wineberg. She will speak about her journey to the Olympics and show participants that dreams are possible. She will have her Gold Medal available and offer photo opportunities.

Keynote Speaker:

· Mary Wineberg
2008 Olympic Gold Medalist - 4x400 meter relay 2008 Olympics

Mary Wineberg was born in Brooklyn, New York, but was relocated to Cincinnati at the age of 4 where she had to adjust to her new life. She attended Cincinnati Public Schools and started running track at Walnut Hills High School. Upon graduation from Walnut Hills in 1998, she attended the University of Cincinnati on a track and field scholarship and majored in Health Promotions. When her college career was over, she was not ready to hang up her track spikes and believed there was more for her to accomplish in the sport. It was a relentless grind over the course of several years, but Mary worked her way up to the highest level in her sport. She was twice ranked top 10 in the World, but her biggest accomplishment came when she won an Olympic Gold Medal as the lead off runner of the USA 4x400 meter relay team in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Mary had a 10-year professional running career and was inducted into the University of Cincinnati Athletics Hall of Fame. Mary and her husband reside in Cincinnati, Ohio and are proud parents of two beautiful little girls.

Track and Field Career Highlights:
2008 Olympic Gold Medalist - 4x400 meter relay 2008 Olympic Trials Runner-up - 400 meters 2007 World Champion - 4x400 meter relay 2007 USA National Championships - 3rd place - 400 meters 2 x’s ranked top 10 in the World 6 x’s ranked top 10 in the USA

Post Track and Field Career Highlights:
Educator - Cincinnati Public Schools (2nd Grade) Motivational Speaker Author - “Unwavering Perseverance”

Symposium Location
Mercy Health Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, Five Mile
(located inside the Wellington Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine building)
7575 Five Mile Road, Suite B, Cincinnati, OH 45230






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