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2021 Leadville Trail 100 Run

One week after taking on the 100-mile mountain bike race in Leadville, Team CKF returns with another team of super athletes for the 2021 Leadville Trail 100 Run, the legendary “Race Across the Sky” 100-mile trail run! After the cancellation of the race last year due to COVID-19 safety restrictions,

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John Denver Online Auction

Calling all John Denver fans! CKF recently received a generous donation from a private collection of signed John Denver photographs that we are putting up for auction! Place your bid online today, with 100% of proceeds going toward the Chris Klug Foundation. Bidding for this event has ended.

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On the Run in New York City

Written by CC Cunningham, CKF Program Manager. CKF has returned from our trip to the East Coast this past weekend and it still feels like we’re running on marathon adrenaline and sidewalk vendor hot dogs! On Friday, we kicked off the exciting weekend by visiting Mount Sinai Hospital as part

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Our Inaugural Year at the Leadville Trail 100 Run

Written by CC Cunningham. CC Cunningham is the blog writer and Program Manager for the Chris Klug Foundation (CKF). We’re baaack! CKF returned to Leadville, Colorado for the second time this month to participate in another 100-mile race—and this time, it was all on foot! Yep, you read that right.

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A Spoke-Tacular Time in Leadville

Written by CC Cunningham. CC Cunningham is the blog writer and Program Manager for the Chris Klug Foundation. …Sorry about that terrible pun, but we did have a pretty awesome time in Leadville, Colorado this past weekend! As is the yearly tradition with our foundation, this year’s CKF charity team

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A Firsthand Perspective: Summit for Life 2018

Stories compiled, edited, and rewritten by CC Cunningham, blog writer and Program Manager for the Chris Klug Foundation. Last month, the Chris Klug Foundation (CKF) hosted our 13th annual Summit for Life, a nighttime uphill race on Aspen Mountain. Participants began at the base of Aspen Mountain and climbed 3,267

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When you get to the top of the mountain, keep climbing.

There I was standing under the event banner at the base of Aspen Mountain, with my arms raised joyfully yelling, “Summit for Life!” My husband, Noah, on one side, Chris Klug on the other, alongside a group of extraordinary human beings touched by transplantation. It was the kick-off to one

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