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Blades of Glory: GREAT NEWS on my Running Blade Fund Raise


As you know, I have developed a special relationship with a young man named Liam through IRun4 Michael. Liam cannot run as he's confined to a wheelchair. He cannot see me race nor read my posts as he is blind. He was born with hydrocephalus (water on the brain,) and has cerebral palsy and severe scoliosis. IRun4 largely works on Facebook as you post runs and races and encouragement to your online friend.

While I live in Denver and Liam and his parents (Joan and Fabian) live in San Diego, we have now met a couple times.  We borrowed a race blade from his friend Cormac and raced at the Carlsbad 5000 earlier this year. (Race post HERE.)

Due to the amazing experience we had in San Diego, I have been working with Liam's mom, Joan on a fund raise (HERE) to buy Liam his own Team Hoyt racing blade. We have amazing news regarding Liam's blade. Call it a "coinkydink" or "happenstance" but I happened to meet Maggie Seymour from along…

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