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The Third Annual Boomer’s CF Run to Breathe

Everyone at Team Boomer and the Foundation would like to extend a sincere thank you to those who came out this year to run and support the CF community – in spite of the crazy heat! We are so proud of all of our runners – both with CF and without – and are excited to continue this event year
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Craig Fels

An accidental encounter with Boomer Esiason many years ago was my initial introduction to cystic fibrosis and The Foundation. Before then, I was completely unfamiliar with the disease. Since that time, I have learned a great deal about CF and the daily challenges the CF community faces. Today, I am proud and honored to be a BEF supporter, fighting to
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Abby Dwyer Maltz

Last April, I decided to run Boomer’s CF Run to Breathe 10K in New York City and to help in the fight against Cystic Fibrosis. While I’m from a small town in upstate New York that is much closer to Canada than “the city,” I have fallen in love with New York over the past five years. The Team Boomer
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David Gray

I Run for My Family… My brother-in-law Nathan suffers from cystic fibrosis, an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and young adults in the United States (and 70,000 worldwide). In the 1950s, few children with cystic fibrosis lived to attend elementary school. Since that time, thanks to advances in research, significant progress
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Stephen Bell

                                                      What the Marathon Means to Me… Whenever I tell people that I run marathons they normally respond with one of three words: crazy, nuts, or insane.  It’s been nearly 11 months since I
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Natalie Wainwright

Mountain Momma Training I signed up with Team Boomer for the New York City Marathon in April and I started my training in May. It just so happens that in May I also moved from New York City back to my hometown – Bridgeport, West Virginia.  Yep, that’s right, I moved from the “big city lights” back to “small town
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