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Spaulding's Race for Rehab Boston Marathon Team celebrates their successful training season at Marathon Monday at the Mandarin
With the Boston Marathon less than one month away, a team of runners from one Massachusetts hospital is training hard for the big day.
Ten years ago, Tim Morris was, in his words, a “run-of-the-mill, dime-a-dozen personal trainer.” Today, he's breaking athletic boundaries—all from his wheelchair.
Lynnfield native Danielle Nolan Normile is on a mission. The 2007 Lynnfield High School graduate is running the 121st Boston Marathon this April with the Spaulding Race for Rehab Team.
Emily will run the Boston Marathon in honor of her friend Dakota Willette, who was severely injured as the result of an accident that happened in December 2016 and has spent the last several month in an out of local hospitals, including Spaulding rehabilitation.
Eileen Lingley’s second-grade students at Golden Brook Elementary School showed her their support for her mission. Eileen will run the Boston Marathon for Spaulding with her brother Tim Morris.
Click here for articles from past Race for Rehab Boston Marathon teams.
For media inquires in regards to the Race for Rehab team please contact Suzanne Adams, Director of Development Communications at email@example.com or 617-952-6884.
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