RDS Runners Siobhan and Dan Pritchard are running in the Leadville Trail 100 Mile Run in Colorado next month.
Siobhan and Dan are running the race in support of their young son James, who has Down syndrome.
Siobhan has been documenting her training for the 100 mile run on her blog titled Run Hard and you can read the latest entry that includes a run-in with a black bear here.
Siobhan and Dan’s training efforts and very impressive, and we are proud not to have one, but two 100 milers running to support Down syndrome research.
Read the blog, visit their Crowdrise page, and show them support!
How do you like the hat our RDS Runners will be wearing in upcoming races?
Keep an eye here for how you can purchase your own RDS Runners hat to support Down syndrome cognitive research.
The runner you just passed will see this and learn that you support RDS!
Did you say: “What about a headband?”…
Well, here you go.
What do you think?
Join RDS Runners and the Rowdy Roo Racers for a fun day at Warner Park in Madison, WI, enjoying a Madison Mallards baseball game.
The game is Sunday, July 29th, and you can purchase your ticekts before the game here.
Tickets are $15 adult, $10 children. Ticekets include a general admission ticket to the game and a Madison Mallards Baseball Cap. Tickets will be distributed at the RDS Runners & Rowdy Roo Racers tailgate before the game, or at Will Call after the game begins.
Tailgating starts at 3:30 P.M. and game time is 5:00. Look for our sign in the outfield. Learn more about RDS and advances in Down syndrome cognitive research at this event. And, of course, learn more about the RDS Runners program and future running events that will support Down syndrome research.
To learn more about RDS Runners and the Rowdy Roo Racers write us at firstname.lastname@example.org.