Troy's Run: Another Blog Eats The Dust

So I sit down and write this kick-butt blog, pictures, videos and much more!!

...I click 'OK', to load the blog and POOOF, it's gone. 

Needless to say, this isn't the first time, and certainly won't be the last. It's the worst feeling though, especially after sitting in front of the screen typing and trying to keep it relevant for the past 2 hours (I'm not kidding).

I'll try to post a few highlights that I can recall from memory (remember I have memory issues due to abi).

Thanks to Lambton-Kent-Middlesex MPP Monte McNaughton who spoke highly of my work with Troy's Run Foundation in the Ontario Legislature Building (Oct 20/2014). A key point I focused on: He unknowingly highlighted one of my downfalls - my mouth gets ahead of my mind/planning. I do plan on one day running in the Canadian Arctic, but at the moment, there are no plans to do so. I don't want to jump the gun and announce all my future running plans, so I'll leave it at that. 

This past year, I've focused on my Ultra Marathon running. I've recently started running double-run days. I run early in the morning and again in the afternoon/evening. I've increased my speed considerably, while also gaining more mileage. I'll say this - I have many plans... and I meet with my team following our Annual General Meeting (Oct 28/2014).

I want to thank the Niagara Paramedic Association who made a generous donation to Troy's Run via their Annual Charity Hockey Tournament.

It's been a great year of learning and growing in partnerships for Troy's Run Foundation and we'll continue this moving forward. Remember that every dollar raised goes to supporting our great causes. Our 'Helmets For All' campaign has helped more than 160 people get new properly fitted cycling helmets on their heads free of charge. We continue to see growth in our Enhanced Baseline Testing & Concussion Protocol. We currently have two minor hockey organizations on board in Ontario, and hope to see that number grow within weeks. 

Our Annual General Meeting is Oct 28/2014 inside the meeting room at the old Forest Arena. It's open to the public and we ask that you email to ensure your spot at the table.

Be great and DONATE today, every dollar counts.