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Ben – Ben is an avid runner and loves racing marathons and half marathons. He doesn’t think there is anything better then going for a run around the Charles River, but also enjoys traveling, ice cream and cheering on Boston’s sports teams. His favorite shows are Modern Family (seriously, who doesn’t love that show!) and The Big Bang Theory. Ben also writes a running column for Examiner.com, and you can follow him on Twitter at @bhaber602.
Brittany – Brittany somehow manages to tweet incessantly throughout the week, even as she’s doing her client-facing work. When she isn’t microblogging, she can be found blogging the old-fashioned way for RaceTalk as well as for her personal blog, bmfalc: Beyond 140. Outside of the social media sphere, Brittany is a casual Boston sports fan, an amateur foodie (and drinkie?), and a recovering ballroom dancer. You can follow her on Twitter at @bmfalc.
Nicole – Nicole is the West Coast event correspondent for the RaceTalk Blog, based in San Francisco. Old enough to remember actual car phones, Nicole has been at the cutting edge of mobile since she had the Nokia 3650 before Paris Hilton did. She’s interested in the sociological impact of mobile on our lives and the technology driving the next generation of devices. While her iPhone has gotten her out of some sticky situations, it still can’t hug her back. You can follow Nicole on Twitter at @nicolecolwell.
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