Ride to Stop the Clot for Anna's Team

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Ride to Stop The Clot for Anna's Team

REGISTER NOW to be a part of the Ride to Stop the Clot for Anna's Team.   There are options for an 8 or 18 mile ride (beginning at 10:30 AM), or 38 mile ride (beginning at 9:30 AM) -- or choose an out and back custom ride of any distance.

JOIN US at the Alma College Campus Heritage Center Parking Lot for check-in/registration and the start and finish line. 

Anna's Ride is a rain or shine event and day-of registration will be available. Post-ride lunch will be provided to all riders. Massages will be available at the Alma College registration site and yoga stretch sessions will be at 9 AM and 10 AM before the rides. 

Your support will enable the NBCA to continue its life-saving mission. A mission dedicated to advancing the prevention, early diagnosis and successful treatment of life-threatening blood clots such as DVT, PE and clot-provoked strokes.

We thank you in advance for supporting Anna's Team and continuing to preserve her important legacy.

Together, we can save lives!

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Saturday June 13th
9 AM
Alma College, 614 W Superior St, Alma, MI 48801, USA
614 W Superior St, Alma, MI 48801, USA


 Anna Frutiger suffered a fatal deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism in 2010, just a month after her 23rd birthday.  Anna was not alone.   Approximately 350,000 to 600,000 people get blood clots in the leg (DVT/deep vein thrombosis) or the lung (PE/pulmonary embolism) each year.  As a result of these blood clots, we know that at least 100,000 Americans die each year.  More simply, 274 people in the US will die each day of a PE.  Anna was one of those 274 people on May 20, 2010.  Anna embodied brains, beauty, compassion, athleticism, and as such, seemed the picture of health while she was living her dream of becoming a dentist.  No one expected that a blood clot would end her dream.  Her story gets shared around the world every day.  Her legacy lives on through her story.  It continues to make an impact and save lives. 

Posted by National Blood Clot Alliance