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Cody Gillies

Cody Gillies, a 22 year old Orangeville resident is determined to beat the current record for a 550 mile (885 km) Bruce Trail Run & raise substantial funds for his community's hospital. Follow the full End-to-End Challenge Blog or read Tim Schuff's article Cody Gillies: End-to-end.

The Journey

Oct 11, 2012

I made a promise to my friends and community. If they believe in me and donate to Headwaters Health Care Foundation I will run the trail end to end.

Day 13 – DONE

Oct 7, 2012

Record Breaking Finish!

Day 12

Oct 6, 2012

Watch Cody on the CHCH Hamilton news Friday night. He’s on track to beat the record in Niagara Sunday!

Day 11

Oct 5, 2012

Amount raised so far: $13288.50

Day 10

Oct 4, 2012

Thursday AM – Double digit temps, better for the body, so far we know Cody is up and moving at Forks of the Credit…

Day 9

Oct 3, 2012

These feet are going to need a pedicure!

Day 8

Oct 2, 2012

During his check points he must complete a lot in a small amount of time (if you watch NASCAR you will understand)

Day 7

Oct 1, 2012

Cody is very, very sore. No hugs allowed, sorry guys (besides he is normally drenched with sweat it looks like he has been swimming, its really for your own good)

Day 6

Sep 30, 2012

Cody went up until about 7:45pm this evening and said “I don’t know what has happened but I am feeling great”.

Day 5 – Trouble on the Trail

Sep 29, 2012

He could hardly walk and the remnants of a broken spirit were splashed on his face.

Day 4 Cody Gillies and Karen Gillies

Day 4

Sep 29, 2012

The Bruce is tough, it’s beaten him up and down and yet he still manages to embrace the positive.

Day 3

Sep 28, 2012

Cody arrived to his first check point slightly frustrated as there was a loss of Trail marks due to some nice new telephone poles.

End to end Challenge Cody Gilles

Day 2

Sep 26, 2012

As Cody approached the check point you could see from the look on his face the trail gave him a bit of a beating.

The End to End Challenge: Cody Gillies

Sep 21, 2012

Two goals: beat the current 13-day trail record & and raise $25,000 for the pediatrics unit at Headwaters Health Care Centre.

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