JON KAPLAN TACKLES THE LEADVILLE TRAIL 100 RUN
Honoring his cousin Corey Andy and Supporting BIAPA
August 21-22, 2021
About Jon Kaplan
Jon Kaplan is a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he attended Central Catholic High School in downtown Oakland. He recently graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Industrial Design and Business Economics, and he is currently pursuing a career in business consulting. Outside of career and academics he is interested in all facets of physical and mental well-being of the individual. This passion has allowed him to pursue mental and physical challenges to reach a state of discomfort, where true personal development occurs. Jon is ecstatic at the opportunity to work with BIAPA after a successful initial fundraising effort surrounding Ironman 70.3 Wilmington N.C. After over a year off from organized racing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, racing is back and there is no better way to reach ultimate discomfort than in Leadville 100!
About the Leadville Trail 100 Run
The Leadville Trail 100 Run is an ultramarathon held annually on rugged trails and dirt roads near Leadville, Colorado, through the heart of the Rocky Mountains. First run in 1983, the race course climbs and descends 15,600 feet, with elevations ranging from 9,200 to 12,620 feet. In most years, fewer than half the starters complete the race within the 30-hour time limit.
Support Jon and BIAPA
To show your support for Jon and his Miles for CA initiative, click on the blue Donate Now button. Use the secure form to make your tax-deductible gift to the Brain Injury Association of Pennsylvania. All funds raised will directly support BIAPA’s mission of fostering an inclusive community through education, advocacy, support, and research to maximize the quality of life for those with brain injuries and their families.