Ragnar Relay for OI 2011
Cumberland, MD to Washington DC

ragnar relayRagnar Relay

September 23-24th, 2011

PICTURE THIS: 12 pals running relay style through 200 miles of stunning scenery in Potomac River Valley. Starting near the town of Cumberland, Maryland, your team will head east through the thick forests of the Appalachian Mountains.  Around nightfall you'll run through the quiet streets of many charming historic Civil War-Era towns, ultimately passing within the shadows of the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.  The race (and your stamina) will wrap up on the shores of the Potomac River and ends at National Harbor in Washington DC.Each team member will run three legs through a variety of terrain at all times of day and night. The team members include: Jen DeLecce, Todd Baker, Jen Siess, Chris Reinhardt, Sandy Ambrose, John Young, Karena Swisher, Dave Grossweiler, Andy Gotchel, Brian Verhoeven, Al Waineo, Jeff Kent.
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Team B.O.N.E. ran the Washington, D.C. Ragnar Relay to raise awareness for Osteogenesis Imperfecta and plans to run 200 miles again in 2011!  John Young is the father to a brave little guy, Matthew, who has type III OI. Matthew's is now 2 and a half years old and has already had to endure more fractures than anyone on the B.O.N.E team! He's quite the trooper.

The OI Foundation has been an outstanding resource for the Young family - they have learned how to live with the condition, learned what to expect, and made contact with other families.

Your gift to the OI Foundation can help us find a cure, and answer more questions for families facing this rare condition. To support the important work of the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation and the Bunch O Nuts Exercising in the Ragnar Relay!

Start Date: Friday, September 23, 2011
End Date:   Saturday, September 24, 2011


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