3.21 Run for Down Syndrome
The Annual 3.21 Run for Down Syndrome is a hybrid event with 2 LIVE events on race day and a virtual race starting March 21st, World Down Syndrome Day. The event aims to raise awareness for Down syndrome and raise funds to support the EPDSC.
This one-of-a-kind run is specially mapped at 3.21 miles to represent the 3 copies of the 21st chromosome that causes Down syndrome.
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