Registration open for O.J. Brigance’s annual 5K run to advantage ALS research
February 3, 2015 - als
Former Ravens linebacker O.J. Brigance is holding his second annual 5K run in Canton on Apr 25.
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Registration for a Brigance Brigade Foundation 5.7-kilometer championship run and one-mile family run-walk is now open by his website during brigancebrigade.org. The run advantages investigate for and support of families traffic with amyotrophic parallel sclerosis, a on-going engine neuron illness also famous as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The Ravens’ comparison confidant to actor development, Brigance was diagnosed with ALS in 2007. He won a Super Bowl with a Ravens after a 2000 deteriorate and also won a Grey Cup championship with a Baltimore Stallions.
“Chanda and I, a Brigance Brigade staff and a good group during Corrigan Sports Enterprises are vehement to move a 5.7K Championship Run and 1 Mile Family Run/Walk behind to Canton for a second year,” Brigance pronounced in a statement. “This is an sparkling time for a ALS community, a illness we have been struggling to quarrel is finally commencement to get a courtesy it deserves and a Brigance Brigade Foundation is only perplexing to do a partial in bringing recognition to a means and giving assistance to those fighting it.
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“It has been enlivening to see a flourishing recognition of ALS among people in this nation over a final year by things like a ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, FOX’s new uncover Empire, a debate during a SAG Awards and several people opposite a nation announcing that they have been diagnosed. We wish people will continue to gleam a light on a onslaught of patients traffic with ALS, and we are anxious to have a support of a Baltimore village and a Canton area and internal businesses to horde this eventuality in a city.”
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