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You can help decide who gets Gnarly’s ‘Fuel for Life’ grant

You can help decide who gets Gnarly’s ‘Fuel for Life’ grant
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Vote to determine who will win the Gnarly Nutrition raffle for organizations that support endurance athletes.

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This year’s “Fuel for Life” grant will fund a deserving running, cycling or other endurance group with up to $15,000 – and you can help choose which organization gets the grant.

Gnarly Nutrition is running the prize money, which is divided into two categories: the $12,000 top prize and the $3,000 “People’s Choice” prize. It all depends on the public mood.

Judges have determined the top 10 finalists, Gnarly said. Voting continues until midnight MDT on Thursday, September 15.

So, who are you voting for? A range of inclusive outdoor groups. The Blind Stokers Club helps visually impaired people on their way Bicycles in San Diego. Ventura, California’s Runners for Public Lands hosts trail runners to help preserve and protect recreational opportunities on the land we all share. And New York’s Asian Trail Mix aims to increase POC engagement in trail running, with a special focus on Asians and Pacific Islanders.

View the finalists

To view and vote for all the finalists, go to the Fuel for Life scholarship website.

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Sam Anderson

By Sam Anderson

Sam has roamed the Americas following adventures, discovering natural wonders and finding good stories. After attending college to become a writer, he was distracted (or saved) by rock climbing and spent most of the next decade on the road, sustaining himself with trade work. He had addresses in the Adirondack Mountains, Las Vegas, and somehow Kansas, but his heart belongs in the Texas hill country.

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