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Team Red Cross: Stratford Runner Standing Boston Strong

Rich Haskell will be running next month's Boston Marathon as a member of Team Red Cross.

“Participating in the 2014 Boston Marathon as a deferred runner from 2013 will be special," Rich Haskell said.
“Participating in the 2014 Boston Marathon as a deferred runner from 2013 will be special," Rich Haskell said.

This spring, Rich Haskell will be standing Boston Strong. 

The Stratford resident was a member of Team Red Cross for the 2013 Boston Marathon — and he will be returning to the fold to take part in this year's event, too.

“Participating in the 2014 Boston Marathon as a deferred runner from 2013 will be special, to gain closure on last year’s experience, to run with my daughter, Gillian, and to stand Boston Strong,” Haskell stated in a Red Cross press release. 

The American Red Cross of Massachusetts is a proud member of the 2014 B.A.A. Marathon Charity Program and the John Hancock 2014 Non-Profit Marathon Program. 

Bringing Runners Together

Team Red Cross brings together runners of all ages and abilities in support of the American Red Cross mission.

Team Red Cross seeks to prepare runners for success in the Boston Marathon, as well as looking to provide them with a rewarding charitable-giving experience. 

Fom Hopkinton to Boston

On April 21, more than 50 Team Red Cross runners will complete the 26.2 mile journey from Hopkinton to Boston, with a team goal of raising more than $225,000 to benefit the American Red Cross.

All funds raised by Team Red Cross benefit American Red Cross programs and services throughout eastern Massachusetts. 

How to Support Rich's Run

Since 2012, Team Red Cross runners have raised more than $260,000. 

Team Red Cross is proud to partner with Coach Dan Fitzgerald and Heartbreak Hill Running Company to provide expert training and guidance for our runners.

Would you like to support Rich’s fundraising goal for the team? Visit you can visit his Crowdrise.com donation page here

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