Special thanks to our Platinum Sneaker Sponsor, Pro Bike + Run!
Your alarm rings at 5 AM and all you can think about is staying in bed instead of getting up for your morning run. It may seem hard, but "hard" is all about perspective. Imagine if your 5 AM alarm was for pills, enzymes, breathing and vest treatments... 5 AM wake ups would be a matter of trying to survive - not trying to squeeze in a run before work. Running with Team CF is about supporting patients who wake up every day JUST to survive.
Our Run To Cure CF team in Pittsburgh is growing each year - as do our research efforts, drug and therapy developments, and progress we’ve made in the search for a cure to cystic fibrosis. Our community has celebrated many recent successes in research, but the lives of young people are still being cut far too short. Will you join us as we run to raise awareness and funds to search for a cure for all? Accept the challenge today to help add tomorrows to the lives of those living with CF. Consider registering, organizing a relay team, or making a donation to one of our dedicated teammates. We train hard to see that our team AND CF cross the finish line one day!
All Run To Cure CF team members receive:
- FREE bib for 2019 Pittsburgh Marathon race of your choice
- FREE Run To Cure CF 2019 gender-specific performance tank or shirt
- FREE group training runs and other events
- FREE and personal support from running coaches and mentors
- Race specific training plans and tips
- Fundraising incentives from Fleet Feet, Pro Bike + Run, & more!
2019 race fundraising minimums:
- Pet Walk - $50*
-Kids Marathon - $100
- 5K - $200
- Relay Team - $1,500 (per team | 2-5 runners)
- Half Marathon - $400
- Full Marathon - $500
Fundraising minimums must be met by May 3rd, 2019. Don't think you can meet your fundraising minimum or have questions? Contact Hannah McNerney at email@example.com or (412) 321-4422 to set up a fundraising plan and receive support!
*The Pet Walk does not include the same bennefits as the kids, 5k, half and full.
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