Bellingham Woman Joined Falmouth Road Race with Team BIA-MA in Daughter’s Honor
The Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts (BIA-MA) is pleased to announce that Sue Fleuette was scheduled to run in the 50th Falmouth Road Race on Sunday, August 21st with Team BIA-MA.
Sue Fleuette decided to run in the Falmouth Road Race for the second year in a row in honor of her daughter, Ali. Ali was living out her dream as a Physical Education teacher, field hockey, track coach, Kids Ministry Director, and Zumba instructor when she sustained a severe TBI. Sue, an avid runner, was excited to run the course again from Woods Hole to Falmouth. To learn more or to donate visit https://raceroster.com/events/2022/56070/the-2022-asics-falmouth-road-race/pledge/participant/14743141
The Falmouth Road Race was established in 1973 and has become one of the premier running events of the summer season with over 10,000 runners. Each year the race draws an international field of Olympians, elite, and recreational runners out to enjoy the iconic 7-mile seaside course. The nonprofit Falmouth Road Race organization, “Numbers for Nonprofits Charity Program”, is committed to promoting health and fitness through community programs and philanthropic giving. To support Team BIA-MA in the 2022 Falmouth Road Race, please visit the Team BIA-MA Race Roster page.
“We are excited and thankful to have another incredible team of runners who are determined to help us raise awareness for brain injury,” BIA-MA Chief Executive Office Nicole Godaire said. “It is inspiring to watch our runners accomplish their personal milestones. They embody hope and determination throughout the community of brain injury survivors we support every day.”