Team Dover "Hustles Up the Hancock" For Charity
April 13, 2014
Each year more than 4,000 people climb to the top of John Hancock Center to raise funds for lung disease research, advocacy and education. In 2013 more than 2,500 participants indicated they or someone they know has been touched by a form of lung disease. Participants choose from two climbing categories--full climb (94 floors) or half climb (52 floors). The event benefits and raises money for the Respiratory Health Association's lung disease research and programs.
The Full Climb division is for the competitive athlete looking for the ultimate challenge of scaling 94 floors. Awards are given to the top three finishers for each gender, as well as to the top overall male and female finisher per age group.
Congratulations to all for being a part of this wonderful cause.