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Run161 - For Huntington's Disease

Each year I ran 161 kilometres (100 miles) to raise funds and awareness for Huntington’s disease... and promised I would keep doing this as long as I can or until we find a cure.

This year I'm inviting everyone to join me and do what you can:

  • Sign up to run with me for any distance along the route
  • Volunteer to help wtih this great event
  • Create a relay team and run the 161km as a team
  • Join the virtual race and run any distance in any location 
As long as I’m able, I’d like to do what I can for my family and those effected by this disease worldwide. There are currently no treatments for HD and we need to find a cure!
This year we're running from Bayfield to Port Stanely. 
Reginstartion is Closed but you can still come out and join us on route  
See locations and times below

Registration fees

Run with Terri Closed

Run any distance along the route

  1. $10.00
    Aug 1 - Nov 7

Relay Closed

Run the 161km as a team

  1. $10.00
    Aug 1 - Nov 7

Virtual race Closed

run any distance in any location

  1. $10.00
    Aug 1 - Nov 7

More about what we're doing and why

My name is Terri Biloski, on November 10th, 2012 I ran 161 kilometres (100 miles) to raise funds and awareness for Huntington’s disease.  I decided to set up this fundraising event as my late Grandmother and Mother had / have Huntington’s disease.  I may also have this disease,as it is hereditary, and I have a 50% chance of developing Huntington’s.  As long as I’m able, I’d like to do what I can for my family and those effected by this disease worldwide.  There are currently no treatments for HD and we need to find a cure!

My adventure and fundraising efforts didn't stop there.  We raised over $6,000 in year one, so we upped the goal and raised another $2,000, in 2013.  And we're not don't yet.  I'm ready to run again on November 8th of 2014 and this year I'm looking for even more support.

My Grandmother, Bernice, was an energetic fun woman full of life prior to the onset of the symptoms of Huntington’s disease. The disease began to show itself with a tremble of the hand or a forgotten name or place.  Over the years her brain cells continued to die, the trembling got worse and her words began to slur.  Eventually my Grandmother was confined to her chair or bed without the ability to take care of herself and without the ability to communicate with her family and friends.  My Grandmother was incapacitated to the point where she was no longer there but rather a shell of a magnificent woman.  Her eyes blank lacking emotion and the smile we looked forward to for so many years no longer came across her lips when we entered the room.  My grandmother was gone.  I run for her!

My mother, who is also a cancer survivor, is now in the early stages of HD.  If we do not find a cure or treatment she will follow the same road as my Grandmother. If something isn’t done I will again watch as the emotion leaves her eyes and her beautiful smile no longer crosses her lips.  I run for her!

The statistics say that 1 in every 10,000 will develop Huntingtons disease.  The statistics also say that there is a 50% chance that a child of a parent with HD will also develop the disease.  Currently there are thousands of people across this country and many others that are fighting HD as it ravages their brains and slowly shuts down their bodies. There are also many more that have been touched by this disease as it affects a loved one or close friend.  I run for them!

You could say that I’m a bit of a running nut, as I know my friends and family hold that thought.  There are fewer than a dozen days in the year that I do not run. I run to get to work; I run in the evenings to coach and help people get into running; I run with my friends to keep in touch; I run local and international races to keep my competitive passion alive: Lastly, I also run from my fears that some day I too will develop this horrible debilitating disease and my children will watch as the love I have for them leaves my eyes and the smile fades from my lips.

Please join me in helping to find a cure and new treatments for Huntington’s disease. Join me at one of the events detailed on this site and show your support. You can also give generously to the Huntington’s Society of Canada by donating online or by signing a pledge form.  Visit  for all the details and how to participate.

We can run together and make a difference!



Route Map

View map on RunKeeper HERE

Approximate paces

Saturday November 8 2014

11:00 AM - Bayfeild (5:40/km pace)

2:30 PM - Exeter (6:00/km pace)

4:40 PM - Lucan (6:40/km pace)

7:15 PM - London - Fanshawe Park Road & Richmond (6:50/km pace)

8:00 PM - London - Victoria Park (7:00/km pace)

9:50 PM - Dorchester (7:10/km pace)

Sunday November 9 2014

12:00 AM - 120km Mark - Outside Aylmer (7:30/km pace)

1:15 AM - Aylmer (7:50/km pace)

3:15 AM - St Thomas - Burwell & Talbot (8:00/km pace)

4:05 AM - St Thomas - Sunset & Southdale (8:10/km pace)

5:45 AM - Port Stanley


Follow Terri live on RunKeeper -

Event Schedule

  • November 8 11:00 AM EST - Run161 Start - Bayfeild

  • November 8 2:30 PM EST - Exeter (earliest expected time)

  • November 8 4:40 PM EST - Lucan (earliest expected time)

  • November 8 7:15 PM EST - London - Fanshawe Park Road & Richmond (earliest expected time)

  • November 8 8:00 PM EST - London - Victoria Park (earliest expected time)

  • November 8 9:50 PM EST - Dorchester (earliest expected time)

  • November 9 12:00 AM EST - 120km Mark - Outside Aylmer (approximate arrive time)

  • November 9 1:15 AM EST - Aylmer (earliest expected time)

  • November 9 3:15 AM EST - St Thomas - Burwell & Talbot (earliest expected time)

  • November 9 4:05 AM EST - St Thomas - Sunset & Southdale (earliest expected time)

  • November 9 5:45 AM EST - Port Stanley (earliest expected time)

Contact Information

Event Location

Bayfield to Port Stanley

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