Emily Allan-Dakin is an athlete from Ontario, Canada, and she’s running the 895km Bruce Trail end to end in June to raise funds and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis. (only a few days away from finishing on schedule!
22 DAYS. 895 KM. 1 GOAL.
From June 10 to July 1, 2017, Emily Allan will run the length of the Bruce Trail, 895km from end to end, to raise funds and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis. Emily will run nearly a full marathon each day while aiming to raise over $13,425 ($15/km) for Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
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Over the past six years Emily has cycled across the Canadian Rockies twice, and in 2016 she rode around the perimeter of Prince Edward Island, all in support of CF. This year, however, she has decided to take on a new endeavor.
Running the entire Bruce Trail i
n three weeks means running an average of a marathon per day on some of Canada’s most technical hiking trails. It won’t be easy, but I know that Sarah will be on my shoulder, pushing me along the way. And I know that anything ‘hard’ that I experience will be nothing in comparison to what she went through. I know that any extra breaths I take will help make a difference, thanks to donations from people like you, towards ground-breaking research, treatment, and care so that others with CF can take more than 30% of the breaths of a full life.
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What drew you to raising money to end CF?
Why the Bruce Trail? (And what is it for those who don’t know)
Any other long runs before this?
What are your goals for it?
Who/What will support this epic adventure?
How have you trained?
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