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Team Annika

Kori Prokop

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I am so excited to participate in the 24 in 24 challenge this year! I have seen so many inspirational pictures and videos for this race and I am up for the challenge. I want to run and raise money for these children who are fighting lifelong illnesses across Northeast Ohio!

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Ed Nixon
Krush it Kori…and remember, stay away from that barrio truck!🤙
Ally Simon
Nicholas Spitaleri
So proud of you cousin! Love you!
Nicole Morse
Ross & Emily Santo
Good luck Kor!!! We love you!!! And we love Anni!!!
Megan Gubanich
Love you, Kori! Xoxo!
Bernadette Elam
Megan Tompkins
Good luck, Kori! 💗
Kelly Bowser
Good luck cousin, this is amazing!!
Uncle Jeff & Aunt Donna
We are so proud of you, Kori Lou!
Marilyn Spitaleri
Way to go Kori! What a great cause! Proud if you!
Sue Pike-Bares
Neil & Linda Perko
Good luck!
Karen Prokop
So proud of you! ♥️
Zahn Fam
run tater run! we love you!
Emma Davis
GO KORI!!!!!
Erin Emanuele
Lily Zahn
George & Amy Phillippe
Thank you for caring and good luck.
Rick Prokop
Jessica Solon
Jessica Erickson
So proud of you on your first year! Cannot wait to run this together!
Kyleigh Fredrick
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About Team Annika

Annika is a charming and tenacious three-year-old girl with an infectious smile and bold sense of adventure. At 3 months old, she had her first hospital admission. A month later, an MRI and EEG reveled that Anni suffered extensive damage that destroyed over half her brain. After extensive testing, the cause of her widespread cystic encephalomalacia remains unknown. The next year and a half of Annika’s life was filled with hospital stays, surgeries, and collecting a myriad of specialists, therapists, and secondary diagnoses. Anni has mixed hyperkinetic bilateral cerebral palsy, CVI and other neurological visual impairments, and takes most of ...