Adam Popp

Adam Popp

Dare2tri empowers individuals with disabilities and gives them the opportunity to be physically active, engaged with their community, and helps them set and reach goals.

Did anyone else participate in those childhood walkathons to raise funds for a cause? Well, guess what? I'm bringing back the walkathon vibes next month with a big and exciting twist!

I've got the incredible opportunity to compete in an elite-level 24-hour track event just outside Charleston, SC. Yep, you heard it right—running around a 400m track for a whole day to see just how many miles I can conquer.

But here's the kicker—I'm not just doing it for the thrill. I'm using this event as a chance to push my own limits and raise funds for a non-profit that's been by my side since day one of my athletic journey, Dare2Tri.

Now, here's where you come in. I'm on the lookout for anyone willing to pledge donations per mile. 

Additionally, explore alternative donation methods at the link below, like participating in a "guess the total distance" game. The person with the closest guess to the total miles run wins a Cotopaxi bag.

Your support won't just fuel my run; it'll also fuel the funds we can raise together. Let's make every step count! 

Dare2tri is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of individuals with physical disabilities and visual impairments by building confidence, community, health and wellness through swimming, biking and running. A leader in the paratriathlon community, Dare2tri provides adaptive training for youth, adults, and injured service members, from novice to elite. Since 2011, Dare2tri has helped thousands cross the finish line by eliminating barriers to high-priced equipment, transportation, and coaching.

Adam Popp