Bowling Green Resident Running in a Cross-Country Relay for MS

Logan Locke will run 141-miles in 5 days from Indiana to Ohio Dec. 15, 2020-Bowling Green, KY- Bowling Green resident, Logan Locke has been selected to participate in a running relay from Santa Monica, CA to New York City to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis(MS). The MS Run the US ultra-relay is a 3,260-mile relay across America to raise awareness and funds to help CURE multiple sclerosis(MS). The relay begins in Santa Monica, CA on April 9, 2021 and is completed in New York City on August 20, 2021.

Logan was inspired to run for MS Run the US relay because he has a passion for running and helping others. He graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2018, where he was a cheerleader for 4 years. He began running to better his health. After college and cheerleading was over, it became his outlet. It is now what motivates him to help others. “I think about those who can’t - that is what drives me to push my body and mind to places that most won’t,” said Logan.

Logan will begin his segment of the MS Run the US relay on July 20th in Valparaiso, IN and will finish on July 24th in Van Wert, OH. He is currently training, and fundraising for this event. During his training, he will run close to 1000-miles in the Bowling Green area.

ABOUT MS RUN THE US:

MS Run the US, Inc. is dedicated to raising awareness and funds to support multiple sclerosis research and those living with disabilities due to MS. Our endurance events focus on promoting a healthy lifestyle while inspiring individuals around the nation to maximize their capabilities and become active in their communities to help those in need.

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