Successful Wings for Life World Run in Bad Hall

On May 7, 2023, the Wings for Life World Run took place at the premises of AGRU Kunststofftechnik GmbH in Bad Hall. The Wings for Life World Run is a unique, globally-oriented running event where participants in various countries start at the same time. The goal of the run is to raise funds for the Wings for Life Foundation, which is dedicated to researching and finding a cure for spinal cord injuries leading to paralysis.

63 members of Team AGRU & Friends showed their support for this worthy cause by running a total of an impressive 688 kilometers (428 miles). With this performance, Team AGRU & Friends ranked 165th in the worldwide team standings. AGRU Kunststofftechnik GmbH, a company specializing in the production of plastic piping systems and semi-finished products, was proud to serve as the venue for this important event.

The participants of the AGRU & Friends team put in an impressive team performance.

Participants of Team AGRU & Friends displayed an impressive team effort and demonstrated the company's values such as collaboration, commitment, and social responsibility. By participating in the Wings for Life World Run, they helped raise awareness of spinal cord injuries and the need for research and a cure.

The Wings for Life World Run is a unique running event, as there is no fixed distance. Instead, a so-called "Catcher Car" follows the runners at a constant pace, gradually increasing its speed throughout the race. Once the Catcher Car catches up with a participant, their personal race is over. The race continues until the last runner is caught by the Catcher Car.

We congratulate Team AGRU & Friends on their outstanding performance at the Wings for Life World Run and thank AGRU Kunststofftechnik GmbH for their hospitality and commitment to this important cause. With their support and that of many other participants worldwide, the Wings for Life Foundation comes one step closer to achieving its vision of finding a cure for spinal cord injuries resulting in paralysis.

Bad Hall, 09.05.2023