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Team Jordan

Amanda Strouse

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After missing last year’s experience due to a car accident- I am more motivated than ever to participate in this Incredible experience. This year- I hope to increase my goal and represent TEAM JORDAN and run for not only Jordan, but for each and every single one of these strong, inspiring, and amazing kids. Nothing can stop them- and nothing will stop me either! Let’s make some dreams come true!

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Kelly Pinckard
Conor Cable
Almost race time babyyyyyyy
Ian Sloan
Good luck with your challenge Amanda. A great cause 🙏🙏 Viv and Ian
Papa Strouse
To put you OVER THE TOP!
Krista Comella
Rachel Miller
fits the theme #TeamJordan
Emily Suppel
Mama Strouse Strouse
Shirt fundraiser
Shirt fundraiser- thank you to everyone who purchased a shirt for Team Jordan 💜
Dale Ferguson
Good luck!!
Cheryl Allis
Happy to support my daughter from another mother! Keep doing great things, girl! #teamjordan♥️
Mariana Kuo & Emily Bretz
24 in 24- way to go!!! Keep doing great things 💜🏃‍♀️✨
Amber Bowser
Amber Keane
Sarah Allis
Team jordan 💙🏃‍♀️
Kathleen Laird & Lauren Peel Strouse
Team Jordan 💜🌈💕
Natalie & Breana Strouse
Team Jordan 💜
Amy Rosboril
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About Team Jordan

Jordan was born July 1st, 2017, with a very rare congenital heart defect called “Shone’s Complex.” Shone’s Complex accounts for less than 1% of all congenital heart diseases. The maternal fetal medicine specialist at the Cleveland Clinic discovered Jordan’s heart defect during the anatomy scan at 20 weeks gestation. From the time Jordan was born and even now, he is followed by Dr Zahka, a pediatric cardiologist. With Dr Zahka and Dr Najm’s excellent data and expertise on Jordan’s condition, Jordan had his first open heart surgery at just 6 days old for extensive aortic arch repair at the Cleveland ...