Guest Post by Kelly Elliot-Maskiell
We lost our son Riley late last year at almost 41 weeks. We decided very soon after to create a running team for two runs in 2013. I have organised a team for the Bridge to Brisbane and Lee is running The Glasshouse 100 miler (162km). We realise that this is something we want to do every year and build it. Our goal is to encourage people to keep fit and healthy, celebrate personal achievements, raise money for families and research, make stillbirth less taboo and generally GET RILEYED!
We have raised $4281 for Sands Queensland, with 4 and a bit weeks to go. We are currently fourth on the Bridge to Brisbane fundraising team ladder. So far we have 20 runners in the 10km team and 9 in the 5 km team.
We have three runners in the 100 miler and have raised more than $300 for Stillbirth Australia.
We also all team members and support crew in RFR merchandise. So look for us on the B2B run.
If you would like to follow Kelly and Lee’s journey, head over to their blog Riley’s Room
or show your support for the Running for Riley Team at Everyday Hero