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Newswise — The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon ½ Marathon is gratified to announce a “Patient Champions” who will paint 24 of a 26 miles on this year’s course. The other dual miles along a Marathon track will be deemed a “Encore Mile” and “Angel Mile,” and many miles will be sponsored by a corporate or village organization.
After reviewing dozens of submissions of personal stories submitted by amicable networking sites and a hospital’s website, Patient Champions, who are stream or former patients of Nationwide Children’s, were comparison by a cabinet of sanatorium staff formed on several criteria, including farrago of diagnosis, age and unrestrained to hearten on competition participants during their mile. A full list of Patient Champions can be found below.
The Encore Mile will underline Patient Champions who were respected along a competition track a prior 4 years. The Angel Mile is dedicated to a angels of Nationwide Children’s who have already run their race. The Angel Mile will be lined with banners and represented by families celebrating a lives of their children while entertaining on participants.
Marathon and ½ Marathon participants are speedy to offer as “Children’s Champions” and lift donations on interest of Nationwide Children’s. In a past 4 years, between participants’ fundraising efforts, corporate and village sponsorships and matches by a Marathon board, some-more than $4.5 million have been lifted for Nationwide Children’s. To register to turn a Children’s Champion, greatfully click here.
Partners that have committed to sponsoring a Miracle Mile along a 2016 Marathon track include: Platinum Sponsors L Brands, Nationwide and The Columbus Dispatch; Gold Sponsor Cardinal Health; and Silver Sponsors Alliance Data, Big Lots, CampusParc, Clif Bar, EAS Sports Nutrition, Fifth Third Bank, Germain Automotive Partnership, Kohl’s Department Stores, Kroger, Leaderpromos.com, Organic Valley, Panera, PNC, Subway, The Superior Group and Vaughn Industries.
Corporate or village organizations meddlesome in apropos a partner in this year’s eventuality might hit Matt Piede with Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation during (614) 355-5429. To review some-more about a Patient Champions’ stories and to support Nationwide Children’s, revisit NationwideChildrens.org/marathon-patient-champions
The 37th Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon ½ Marathon will be hold on Sunday, Oct 16, 2016 and will have a ability of 6,000 full marathoners and 12,000 participants in a ½ Marathon. The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon is a 17th largest marathon in a United States and one of a tip marathons to validate runners for a Boston Marathon. For some-more information, revisit www.columbusmarathon.com.
The 2016 Patient Champions:
– Jessica Acton, 15, Hypokalemic Periodic Paralysis, Dola, OH 45835
– Laila Albanese, 4, Astrocytoma of Spinal Cord, Chillicothe, OH 45601
– Joel Buyer, 8, Cerebral Palsy, Washington Court House, OH 43160
– Jacob Carlino, 18, Ewing’s Sarcoma, Powell, OH 43065
– Tristen Cooper, 9, Multiple Diagnoses, Marietta, OH 45750
– Mason Dum, 15, Type 1 Diabetes, Stoutsville, OH 43154
– Evan Durant, 6, Double Outlet Right Ventricle with Transposition of a Great Arteries, Zanesville, OH 43701
– Gracelynn Dutton, 3, Spina Bifida, Delaware, OH 43015
– Layla Graham, 6, Batten’s Disease, Columbus, OH 43212
– Benjamin Harberts, 4, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Pataskala, OH 43062
– Lyla Horsley, 9, Asthma, Portsmouth, OH 45662
– Jude Hummer, 10, Addison’s Disease, ALD, Columbus, OH 43214
– Millie Johnson, 5, Arthrogryposis, Distal Type I, Upper Arlington, OH 43220
– Grant Loechler, 4, 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome, Columbus, OH 43221
– Killian Madrid, 6, Severe Prematurity, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
– Breanna McGrady, 14, Crohns prompted Pseudotumor Myositis, Clyde, OH 43410
– Riley Muller, 11, Mucopolysaccharidosis Type II (MPS II), Marysville, OH 43040
– Arjun Satyapriya, 5, Progressive Sensorineuronal Hearing Loss, Powell, OH 43065
– Alex Steckman, 21, Aortic Stenosis, and Coarctation of a Aorta, Westerville, OH 43081
– Alyssa Turner, 19, Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, Westerville, OH 43801
– Aaron Welch, 9, Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, Epilepsy and Cerebral Palsy, Chillicothe, OH 45601
– Melanie Wheeler, 13, Myxopapillary Ependymoma, Galion, OH 44833
– Ella Wintringer, 8, Colonic Neuropathy, Orchard Park, N.Y. 14127
– Louis Wood, Traumatic Brain Injury, 16 Granville, OH 43023
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