Toronto Inspires when local runners band together in support of all Bostonians, residents and runners alike.
As President Obama said, it’s been a tough week. In response, runners from coast to coast have been coping in the manner most familiar. They’re lacing up and hitting the pavement. Less than 24 hours after the horrific events at the Boston Marathon, Gillian Twiddie had organized a local run “as a means to spread love”. Gillian’s run
On Monday, April 22, High Park runners will extend the sentiment through an event billed as:
“A run for us to unite and show our strength. A run for those that were unable to finish. A run for those that may never run again. A run for us to try and make sense of the tragedy that has forever changed something we love.”