About Tedy’s Team

I run with Tedys-Team

to help Fight Stroke

Please help me cross the finish line in Boston 2010

Crossing the finish line in Boston 2009

I recently completed the 2009 Boston Marathon with Tedy’s Team on April 20th.  (Can you find me in the photo below?)  Sounds good,  right?  Keep reading and you’ll see why I still need your help.

Although 26.2 had been one of the only things on my mind during my training earlier this year, it was with a larger goal in mind.  Remember, my Oprah Challenge?? Well, I’m not quite there yet- so with this goal of national stroke awareness in mind….drumroll please…. I am running again.  Yes, I was recently selected to represent Tedy’s Team again in Boston in 2010.  I already went through my excuses and overcame those barriers- so it’s time to get training.

Tedys Team 2009 Boston

Please get involved in helping raise awareness for stroke. If you would like to speak to me personally about donations, fund raising ideas, or ways you could help raise awareness in your own neighborhood please call me directly at (401)632-0868

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Once wasn’t good enough….

Help me cross the finish line in Boston 2010

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4 Replies to “About Tedy’s Team”

  1. Hi,

    I have a quick question….David left a comment on Will’s recovery blog about his PFO, which lead me to an article in readers digest about a women who was in her 30’s and had a thalamic stroke (I could be remembering wrong) I would love to contact her. Or anyone who has had this type of stroke. Do you have that in your archives?

    Also do you have any answers for me. Will was a Doctor before he had this stroke. I don’t get why he lacks motivation and understanding. It’s like the fire is gone. We have be right next to him doing the activity with him for him to participate. It is draining. He had his thalamic stroke in February and it hit both sides of his brain.

    Thanks for your help in this matter

    Summer Clarke

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