Achilles Nashville Hope and Possibility® Race

 

Achilles Nashville Hope & Possibility 10-21-17

In 2014, Achilles Nashville hosted its first annual Hope & Possibility® Race on the Dominican Campus in Nashville. Hope & Possibility® is the signature race of Achilles International, founded in 2003 by Trisha Meili to honor her remarkable recovery, whose Athlete Tony Rossi (left) Athlete Trish Meili (middle) Olaf Wasternack (right)NY Times best-selling book is titled I Am the Central Park Jogger, A Story of Hope and Possibility. The Hope & Possibility® Race, welcomes athletes of all abilities, from elite runners to walkers to wheelers.

While typical age and gender awards are presented, the race also features award categories for visually impaired athletes, amputees, ambulatory disabled athletes, manual wheelchair users, power wheelchair users, and handcyclists. Race registration in just the first year was over 600 people, and 10% of those were registered in a disability category.

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