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Plane crash survivor running the Boston Marathon for Spaulding
Falmouth, ME - Matt Kramer shares his remarkable story of surviving a plane crash and now running his first Boston Marathon for Spaulding.
Centerville, MA – A few years ago Kyle Willoughby wasn’t a runner. Then, his father, Don, suffered a stroke. Inspired not only by his father’s determination regarding his recovery, but also by the quality of care his father received, Kyle joined Team Spaulding in running the Falmouth Road Race last summer. He’ll be lacing up his running shoes again Aug. 17 for his second.
Falmouth, MA – The 2014 Falmouth Road Race- where 12,800 people are expected to participate and another 75,000 may attend as spectators- has met with success in landing corporate sponsors looking to tap into the possibilities that the crowd can offer.
Sandwich, MA – Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod has agreed to become the official sponsor of the wheelchair division of the New Balance Falmouth Road Race.
Boston, MA – Trauma experts want those impacted by the marathon bombings to know that healing comes at its own pace.
Boston, MA – John Odom was waiting to cheer on his daughter when the first bomb went off at the Boston Marathon's finish line last year. He suffered major nerve damage in both his legs, but as Elaine Quijano reports, this year's race was a day he was determined not to miss.
Boston, MA – Spaulding Physical Therapist Jessica Guilbert talks about working with marathon survivor John Odom and why she is running for the Spaulding Race for Rehab team this year.
Boston, MA – StormTeam 5 Meteorologist Danielle Vollmar joins fellow members of the Race for Rehab Boston Marathon team to talk about the challenges training during the cold winter New England weather.
Boston, MA – Spaulding, a leader in rehabilitative care and research, has added StormTeam 5 Meteorologist Danielle Vollmar to the roster of its 2014 Spaulding Rehab Marathon Team. For ten years, Spaulding has fielded its Race for Rehab team to raise critical dollars to support its programs. Last year's team consisted of 27 runners — and due to its central role in the rehabilitation and aid to those affected in last year's Marathon bombings, this year’s team has dramatically grown to almost 100 runners.
For media inquires in regards to the Race for Rehab team please contact Suzanne Adams, Director of Development Communications at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-952-6884.
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