Ryan Sutter issues challenge in name of First Descents

By Real Vail
July 8, 2010
By the end of 2010, Vail firefighter Ryan Sutter will have trained for 700 hours, traveled 8,500 miles and climbed the equivalent of Mount Everest four times. He has taken on this incredible challenge all while wearing the Team FD jersey in an effort to challenge 10,000 people to give $10 in honor of First Descents' 10th year anniversary.

First Descents challenges you to support Ryan by giving at least $10 and then challenging 10 of your friends to do the same. Email the link www.101010.firstdescents.org to 10 of your friends and ask them each to give at least $10 and then forward onto 10 of their friends to do the same. Keep the challenge alive!

Sutter's schedule of events:

May 31: Bolder Boulder - Boulder, CO
June 5-6: Teva Games Ultimate Mountain Challenge - Vail, CO
June 25-27: Adventure TEAM Challenge - Leadville, CO
July 4: Fire Cracker 50 Mountain Bike Race - Breckenridge, CO
July 17: XTerra Mountain Championships - Beaver Creek, CO
July 25: Ironman Lake Placid - Lake Placid, NY

August 14: Leadville 100 - Leadville, CO
August 27-28: SCOTT Fire Fighter Challenge - Vail, CO
October 9-10: 24 Hours of Moab (Two man team)
November 4: New York City Marathon - New York, NY

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