And 2010 has by far been the hardest year to narrow all of your submissions to the year's Top Ten.
But our crack team has been working hard. Some of this year's Top Ten have been selected before, but many are brand new to this award.
For the first time ever we have a professional triathlete's blog that made the Top Ten, as well as a blog from Argentina, as well as a micro Twitter blog.
So without further delay (and in no particular order) here are they year's best sports endurance blogs.
Ten Best Blogs of 2010
Tri Madness (http://joelpstrickland.blogspot.com)
Karl Miller (http://twitter.com/KarlMiller)
Steve in a Speedo?! Gross! (http://iwannagetphysical.blogspot.com)
Run Courtney Run (http://www.runcourtrun.com)
Swim Bike Run (http://www.triarosario.blogspot.com)
I am Boring (http://www.theboringrunner.com)
Punk Rock Tri Guy (http://punkrocktriguy.blogspot.com)
Swim Bike Run Live (http://swimbikerunlive.com)
DC Rainmaker (http://www.dcrainmaker.com)
Now it's your turn.
We need your help to select the year's Bronze, Silver, and Gold medal winners.
Please visit the blogs above and vote for your favorite three Blog's of 2010.
Let the voting begin....
Click HERE for the previous years Best Blog award winners.
*Winners will be announced on Monday, January 17 of 2011 and prizes and "Best Blog" ribbons and prizes will be awarded to the winners.
Congrats to this year's Ten Best Blog and Good Luck.
Gold, Silver and Bronze winners will be awarded the raceAthlete "2010 Best Blog" ribbon to display on their Blog for next year. The Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners will receive a new Timex Ironman watch.
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The collection’s revolutionary TapScreen function allows walkers, runners and joggers to easily take laps by “tapping” anywhere on the timepiece’s face, rather than having to locate and push buttons while on the move. Athletes can set the target time pacer and receive distinct audible alerts that indicate if they are on pace, slow or fast, and by how much. The watch’s 16 interval timers are labeled with intuitive names such as warm, slow, med, fast and cool, making complex interval workouts automatic and effortless. The removal of buttons on the watch face makes for an exceptionally modern, clean look. $90 on Timex.com.