Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Wisconsin to Worlds Named 2010 Webby Honoree

Among hundreds of entries to the pre-eminent awards contest for web content, we are pleased to announce that “Wisconsin to Worlds,” which we produced in partnership with Runner’s World and RunnersWorld.com, was named a 2010 Webby Honoree in the Video – Sports category. Fellow Honorees in this category include work from such industry leaders as ESPN, HBO, Yahoo!, TBS and the Los Angeles Times.

We are so happy to have been able to come together — the KIMbia and Runner’s World communities, along with Jerry, Pascal, the guys, and the rest of the Oregon Project — to share in the journey of the 2009 season.

Below, we share some of our favorite episodes…

WISCONSIN TO WORLDS: HIGHLIGHTS

From KIMbia Athletics and Runner’sWorld, Wisconsin to Worlds documents the preparations of three runners, all from the Midwest, all from the same college, all training as one team, as they get ready to represent the United States at the 2009 World Championships in track and field.

Created by Tom Ratcliffe and Jeremy Mosher. Written and produced by Jeremy Mosher. Supervising producer was Brian D. Sabin.

WISCONSIN TO WORLDS: SOLINSKY IN STEVENS POINT

An episode of the 2009 web video series “Wisconsin to Worlds,” a Webby Awards Honoree.

Chris Solinsky shows us around the town where he grew up, and laid the foundation for one of the best interscholastic careers in American history… and for a sterling professional career, as well.

WISCONSIN TO WORLDS: REWIND

The final episode of the 2009 web video series “Wisconsin to Worlds,” a Webby Awards Honoree.

Chris Solinsky recaps the performances at the World Championships and looks ahead to what 2010 might hold.

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