2017 Hustle Up the Hancock Race Results

February 26, 2017

Times are provided by Lakeshore Athletic Services. 

Select a category to view the official results. Thank you and congratulations to all of our climbers!

For any timing inquiries, please email hustle@lungchicago.org.

To find your name quickly:

  1. Click the category you wish to search.
  2. Type Ctrl + F (Command + F on a Mac).
  3. Type in your name.

 

Elite Full Climb
Overall (Ranked) Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Overall (Alphabetical) Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Teams (Ranked) Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Teams (Alphabetical) Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Age Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Men Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Women Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Bib Number Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Awards Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Medical Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Firefighter Teams (Ranked) Full Climb
Firefighter Teams (Alphabetical) Full Climb

2018 Hustle Up the Hancock Race Results

February 25, 2018

Times are provided by Lakeshore Athletic Services. To view your results in an interactive database, please visit ACTIVE Results.

Select a category to view the official results of Respiratory Health Association’s 21st Annual Hustle Up the Hancock. Nearly 4,000 climbers have raised more than $950,000 for Respiratory Health Association’s local lung disease research and programs. Thank you and congratulations to all of our climbers!

For any timing inquiries, please email hustle@lungchicago.org.

To find your name quickly:

  1. Click the category you wish to search.
  2. Type Ctrl + F (Command + F on a Mac).
  3. Type in your name.

 

Elite Omron Full Climb
Overall (Ranked) Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Overall (Alphabetical) Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Teams (Ranked) Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Teams (Alphabetical) Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Age Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Men Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Women Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Bib Number Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Awards Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Medical Omron Full Climb CBS2 Half Climb
Firefighter Teams (Ranked) Omron Full Climb
Firefighter Teams (Alphabetical) Omron Full Climb

Health Care Provider Continuing Education Series

Please join us for a free educational session to learn more about severe asthma pathophysiology and targeted therapies provided by Respiratory Health Association in partnership with the France Foundation. This event is an interactive live meeting that includes 1- hour presentation, dinner and networking. This event is open to health care providers including asthma and allergy specialists, pulmonologists, nurse practitioners, residents and fellows. Continuing education credits will be available (AMA PRA Category 1 Credit  and 1.0 points ABIM MOC Part II Credit).

Session Title: Achieving Better Control of Severe Asthma: New Understandings in Asthma Pathophysiology and Targeted Therapies

Faculty Presenter: Paul A. Greenberger, MD, Professor of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago, Illinois)

Session Objectives:

  • Describe a thorough assessment of asthma severity and control in day-to-day practice
  • Explain how mechanisms of action in new/emerging Type 2 inflammation-directed treatments address the underlying immunology of asthma
  • Select appropriate Type 2 inflammation-targeted therapies on the basis of safety and efficacy data, and phenotype

Date and Time: Thursday, April 26, 2018; 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Meeting Location: Maggiano’s Little Italy Restaurant; 516 N Clark St, Chicago, IL 60654

Accreditation Statement: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of The France Foundation and the Respiratory Health Association. The France Foundation is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation: The France Foundation designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ and 1 MOC point in the American Board of Internal Medicine’s (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Respiratory Health Association is an approved continuing education sponsor recognized by the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Respiratory Health Association is offering 1.0 hour of continuing education for Respiratory Care Practitioners (RCPs).

This educational activity is supported by an educational grant from Sanofi Genzyme and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals.

Registration is required. Please register below to attend.

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Be Inspired

Supporters of Respiratory Health Association’s fundraising events have made possible many local victories in improving lung health for today and into the future, and in cleaning the air we all breathe. Some of Respiratory Health Association’s noteworthy accomplishments made possible by our fundraising events include:

CHILL Host Committee

We’d like to say thank you to our CHILL benefactors and host committee members.  Their outstanding support of the event demonstrates their commitment to our lung disease research and programs.

Cow Photo Albums

CowaLUNGa Charity Bike Tour participants are welcome to select and use photos from the albums below. Click on a photo, hover in the lower right hand corner and press on the down arrow to select the image size you’d like to download.

2017 CowaLUNGa Charity Bike Tour

Day One album – July 29, 2017
Day Two album – July 30, 2017
Day Three album – July 31, 2017

*Professional photography provided by Shawn O’Malley.

 

2016 CowaLUNGa Charity Bike Tour

Day One album – August 5, 2016
Day Two album – August 6, 2016
Day Three album – August 7, 2016

*Professional photography provided by Shawn O’Malley.

 

Ready to ride? Sign up for Cow emails.

You’ll receive occasional event updates throughout the year and alerts when registration opens in spring 2018.

Still have questions? Visit CowaLUNGa FAQs or contact Gina Schwieger, Senior Director of Special Events, via email at gms@lungchicago.org or call (312) 628-0210.

Virtual Riders

Have a conflict with Cow 2018 or an injury that keeps you from riding? You don’t have to lose a year toward your next Cow trophy and can still have an impact on RHA’s efforts to help people living with asthma, COPD, lung cancer and other lung diseases. Register as a Cow Virtual Rider!

Virtual Rider Benefits

As a registered Cow Virtual Rider, you’ll receive:

  • The official Cow event performance shirt
  • A keepsake Fanny Flag
  • The Cow finisher’s medal

These items will be mailed to you 2 – 3 weeks after the Cow event.

 

Ride (or Don’t) for Healthy Lungs and Clean Air

If you’re able, make training a motivational part of the virtual experience and log 18, 65, 130 or 190 miles on your own. However, there is no requirement to prove you’ve even gotten on your bike. Your key role as a Virtual Rider is making a difference through fundraising.

Share with your network that you’re committed to supporting RHA’s mission even though you aren’t able to be at the Cow event. You’ll have full access to the RHA Fundraising Toolkit and be able to create a personal fundraising page to help with your efforts. You’ll receive the Cow event emails full of great fundraising tips and encouragement.

Prior to the CowaLUNGa Charity Bike Tour dates, registered Virtual Riders will be entered in the Cow fundraising contests when all specific requirements are met. You can also qualify for the Cow incentive prizes based on your fundraising efforts, including the coveted Cow Lung Health Champion shirt (in addition to the event performance shirt) at the $1,000 level.

 

For more information about being a Virtual Rider, contact Gina Schwieger, Senior Director of Special Events, via email at gms@lungchicago.org or call (312) 628-0210.