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Team ZERO to Run to End Prostate Cancer in 2009 ING New York City Marathon
Date:5/4/2009

Runners Encouraged to Join ZERO - The Project to End Prostate Cancer to Take Strides for the Cause

WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Spring is in the air across the country and runners are hitting the pavement to ramp up their running regimes in preparation for upcoming races. ZERO - The Project to End Prostate Cancer has joined forces with the ING New York City Marathon to build upon its Team ZERO endurance program and has formed a team to run in the race on Nov. 1. If you want to run for a great cause - ending prostate cancer - Team ZERO is the team to join in 2009.

ZERO recognizes that maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle helps prevent many diseases, including prostate cancer. Team ZERO is a training program for individuals who wish to participate in races across the country to raise funds for prostate cancer education, screenings and research. This training program matches runners up with the races they'd like to run while helping end prostate cancer. Participating on this team can guarantee you a spot for the ING New York City Marathon if you meet the minimum fundraising requirements.

ZERO formed its first team for the 2008 Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC on Oct. 26, 2008.

"Running has always been a passion of mine," said Jamie Bearse, COO of ZERO - The Project to End Prostate Cancer and captain for Team ZERO for the 2008 Marine Corps Marathon. "I'm also passionate about ending prostate cancer which affects one in six American men. The opportunity to run on Team ZERO for my first marathon was the perfect way to combine my passions for a great cause!"

Slots are now available on Team ZERO for the ING New York City Marathon on Nov. 1. To learn more about Team ZERO and to sign up, visit ww
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