Meet The Team….

Tomorrow, I will run with my team of angels, TrekJacobKaitlynQuinn, Lily, RileyFaith and Amber and Wylder  at the , Ghost Train 100 endurance race.

Quinn

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Riley

 

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Kaitlyn

 

Faith

 

 

 

 

Jacob

 

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October is also Niemann-Pick Awareness month, so we are reaching out for some more help to raise awareness.

If you are interested in being part of our team and want to become a virtual pacer click here.  Bidding closes at 5PM today.

My race crew will be tweeting at #Run4RareDisease throughout the race.  We will greatly appreciate any positive words or energy sent our way during the run!

Team Wylder Nation

 

 

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3 comments on “Meet The Team….
  1. Anne Burtenshaw and all the Johnson boys. says:

    Have a great run tomorrow Phil, our thoughts and lots of positive energy heading your way!

  2. The Valaika Family says:

    Go Team! We’ll be cheering you on throughout the day.

  3. Terry Abrescia says:

    Thank you, Phil. Will be cheering you on and I am sure you will meet your goal. You will have the best little angels running by your side. My cousins daughter Quinn will be one of those prescious angels!

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  1. […] While I was trying to overcome my 13.1 miles, I was virtually motivated by what my colleague Phil was doing, who has supported me every step of the way on my journey to becoming a runner. He completed his first Ultra (100 miles) race this weekend. That’s not a typo – 100 MILES! That doesn’t seem like it’s something that should be humanly possible, but he did it. And he did it with the support of his family, running team colleagues, members of the rare disease community and 8 angels taped to his chest. You can read more about Phil’s insane accomplishment here and here. […]

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