Marathon T-Shirt Design Ideas - Free Clip Art
Richmond Half Marathon Finish by Inclusive Racing - 3 months ago
"I know a picture of a large group wearing our shirts is preffered, but I'm going to go out on a limb. I believe a picture like this really represents Inclusive Racing, and the moment that we really strive for. Our organization is Inclusive Racing. We are a non-profit in Richmond, Virginia who is dedicated to providing thrilling race experiences to children and adults with disabilities who cannot participate. This photo is from the 2012 Richmond 1/2 Marathon. This is the moment that really defines who we are. All of the teams’ hard work and training leads to this point. The moment where their athlete crosses the finish line, hears the crowd cheering their name, and their families having the proud moment seeing their child's smile that could light up the whole world. We have used Custom Ink from the very beginning to create our technical running shirts that we provide to all of our runners and athletes. They are now famous! We are so well recognized in our community! When we are at races or just bopping around town wearing our shirts, people know who we are! The bright lime green logo is hard to miss, and it has really helped continue to spread the mission of Inclusive Racing!"
Runners and Supporters ! Ventura marathon by Ventura marathon - 3 months ago
"I ordered these shirts for my family of supporters who came to see me, my husband and brother in law race the Ventura marathon in California last weekend. Their shirts stood out and we could easily spot our supporters ! We also had a great time wearing the shirts for photo opportunities after the event. As you can see we had 'big and small' !! We ordered the tech fabric and this was a great choice given the hot day there ! Thanks custom ink for making these memories for us !"
2014 Boston Marathon Support Team by Dacie's Support Team - 3 months ago
Let the Good Times RUN! by Kawasaki Marathon Runners - 4 months ago
"A group of Kawasaki's employees gathered together in their CustomInk shirts before conquering the Lincoln Marathon. CustomInk did an amazing job at getting us our shirts time and with exceptional quality. The customer service was also a plus. Truly a company of friendly people and great service. With Kawasaki being a company the prides itself on quality products, the link with CustomInk was a no brainer. We will definitely rely on CustomInk in the future! Thanks again!"
Hope Home Haiti Children rally for SF Marathon!! by sgeorgmini - 4 months ago
"This photo was taken in Port-Au-Prince Haiti on April 27th. The children are all residents of the Hope Home Haiti residence for disabled & abandoned children. This summer (July 27th) a small charity group is running the SF Marathon to help raise awareness and money for these children. The woman on the right, in the picture, is Dora Nemere. She is the director of Hope Home under the direction of Gladys Thomas, Founder of the organization, and is working towards enriching the lives of the children through Education, Physical Therapy, and medical treatments."
The Virtue Family @ Pittsburgh Marathon May 2014 by The Virtue's - 4 months ago
19+One Team at Pat's Run by 19+One - 4 months ago
"19+One Marathon Team is a running team that run in honor of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, who lost their lives in the Yarnell fire June 30, 2013. The team ran in Pat's Run on April 26, 2014 to honor our heroes and Pat Tillman's legacy. My overall experience with CustomInk exceeded my expectations! The website was so user friendly, the graphic designer was so awesome to work with and I loved being able to see the status of my order. I even received my order earlier than anticipated!"
Cancer Isn't Free by Team SAMFund's first runner - Alumni Leader Kyle - 4 months ago
"This picture was taken right after Kyle finished a full marathon in Nashville, TN, just a few weeks ago. He is triumphant, grateful and probably super exhausted... but there is so much more behind his smile. Kyle is a young adult cancer survivor. He finished treatment almost exactly four years ago and decided to celebrate his upcoming “cancer-versary” by training for and running in his first marathon. If that wasn’t meaningful enough, he used it as an opportunity to raise funds for other young adult cancer survivors who are struggling the way he was. In his words, "Cancer is a devastating disease to everyone it touches, but it is particularly difficult on young adults. Transitioning into your 20s and 30s is difficult; the job market is tough, real estate is expensive and the cost of tuition is at an all time high. Now imagine that you have just finished cancer treatment. You have lost valuable time and limited savings. You feel like you are years behind everyone else in your age group. To top it off, you are suddenly faced with unexpected expenses from residual and new medical bills from follow-up tests and check-ups. When all of these issues collide, how do you find a job, pay for rent and afford school? While there is no magic bullet to solve the financial challenges of young adult cancer survivors, The SAMFund is the only organization in the country dedicated to helping young adults recover from the financial blow of cancer. The SAMFund’s hallmark program provides direct financial assistance to young adult survivors that help pay medical bills, subsidize rent and support family planning activities among other needs." In running this marathon and through his fundraising efforts, Kyle launched "Team SAMFund," which will hopefully become a key fundraising and awareness-raising program for The SAMFund. We had ordered shirts for him through another company, and the long story short is that a few days before Kyle was set to leave Boston for Nashville, the shirts still hadn’t arrived and no one would return our calls. In a panic, we called CustomInk to see if “super rush shipping” really meant *super rush* shipping, and not only was the representative helpful and friendly, she had the shirts in Kyle’s hands two days later. Needless to say, the shirts looked fantastic and everyone who saw Kyle run knew that he was a proud member of “Team SAMFund.” Thank you, CustomInk, for saving the day and for giving “Team SAMFund” its proper launch. So many young adult survivors will benefit from his efforts and, even more importantly, can draw inspiration from his story. #cancerisn’tfree… but The SAMFund is here to help! "