We counted your nominations and we chose our 20 finalists based on your recommendations!
Now the judges will select the winner of our 2016/2017 Top 10 Sport & Fitness Journalism Blog Contest.
We collected nominations during February for our third annual contest. We thank all of you for helping us choose the best sport and fitness blogs.
Now our panel of judges will make the final decision to choose the best of the best. What will determine the ten best blogs on the Internet? Our judges will take into consideration numerous factors, including the number of nominations received by each blog, the involvement of their users, post frequency and overall quality of each website.
We will announce the winners on August 8.
Now, meet Our Amazing Judges:
Jamie Miller is an academic and a powerhouse in the worlds of ultra running and fitness. Jamie has competed as an All-American in the treadmill running world record challenge, is an American record holder in Weight Pentathlon and has competed in the Highland Games and Olympic lifting. He is a full-time review writer, an online instructor for fitness studies at Columbia College in Missouri and conducts lectures and workshops on a weekly basis. He toured the Middle East as a Fulbright Scholar studying the basics of fitness and track running education programs. You find Jamie on Twitter, Pin, Insta.
Tom Ferguson founded and directs the Treadmill Watch Institute, which is a web-based training program dedicated to teaching laypeople and healthcare professionals worldwide about preventive medicine using a biomechanical running model. Tom has written and reviewed multiple fitness and free running books exploring the relationships between disease, movement and cultural habits. He maintains his own blog titled Treadmill Watch and created and stars in his Aligned Running and Well DVD titles. You can follow Tom on Twitter, Pin, Insta, Flickr.
As the cofounder of Treadmill Consumers, a company specializing in track and field running, jumping and throwing services and products, Steven Brown is recognized worldwide as a leader in training champions in the CrossFit Games, world championships and Olympics. He went to work in human running dynamics after earning a Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia Tech in Aerospace Engineering as well as an MS degree from MIT in Aeronautics and Astronautics (review made of stone). He enjoys training with his family, running on his treadmills, equine sports and road running. You can follow Steven on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Flickr.