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Posts about the Mercy Home Heroes Bank of America Chicago Marathon team.
“I run the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, and I do it for Mercy Home Boys & Girls as a Mercy Home Hero,” – former resident & Mercy Home Hero, Pat Zamkin
Now, more than a month after finishing her first marathon, Rabia describes her experience running as a Mercy Home Hero, “life-changing.”
Dr. David O’Brian, a well-known sports medicine specialist, gives advice to our Heroes on the best preventative measures to take to avoid running injuries.
Our Mercy Home Heroes team coordinator, Jim Harding is fond of reciting the team motto—“no distance is too far to save a child.” On Tuesday afternoon, and well into the evening, Harding put his miles where his mouth is, trotting 50 kilometers, (31 miles), to raise funds for our young people.
Learn from one of our Mercy Home Heroes training partners, Coach Mark of The Road to Boston, on how to best train for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
This October, you can be a hero to children in need by running the Bank of America Chicago Marathon for Mercy Home with “The Mayor of Running,” Bart Yasso.
Read the story of race weekend for the more than 150 runners who ran the 2016 Bank of America Chicago Marathon to raise money for Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.
Mercy Home’s marathon team gathered to celebrate the beginning of training season and learn about the perks of being a Mercy Home Hero.
Check out just some of the reasons your should run the Bank of America Chicago Marathon with Mercy Home!
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