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|About the Princess|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 09 April 2009 20:33|
Sue Berliner - publisher of SWEAT Magazine, co-founded the Arizona sports and fitness publication in 1991. The magazine developed from her passion for running, cycling and fitness. Today the magazine has evolved into the states most respected source for participatory event information, fitness and recreation opportunities as well as a leader in wellness trends and issues.
Sue has competed in countless events, locally and nationally, including running, cycling and multi-sport events. During her seven years as a licensed USCF bike racer she directed and promoted several bike races. She has run numerous marathons, ultra marathons and endurance events including Boston Marathon, New York City Marathon, Rock N’ Roll Marathon, Mayor’s Midnight Sun (Anchorage), Pikes Peak Marathon, American River 50 Miler and Hood to Coast Relay and the Valley’s Ultra Summit Challenge. In 2007 she leg priced 500 pounds. In 2009 she completed her fourth double crossing of the Grand Canyon One of her favorite events was paddling in the Tai Pei International Dragon Boat Festival.
Civic minded, Sue Berliner served as board President of the Arizona Sports Council (Grand Canyon State Games) from 2001-2008 and has been a board member since 1996. From 1987-2007 she has hosted a radio show on Sun Sounds Radio Reading Service for the Print Impaired and currently serves on the board. She describes theater and other performing arts for the visually impaired at various Valley venues and speaks to community groups about fitness issues.
|Last Updated on Friday, 24 July 2009 16:11|
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