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Are you ready to Finish MS?

Finish MS® is an opportunity for cause-driven athletes to push their own personal limits and challenge themselves physically, while working to create a world free of MS.

Together, We Will Finish MS®

We have bib entries into premier events across the country and partnerships with local events. We know signing up for a marathon is scary – but joining the Finish MS team not only enhances your overall event experience but provides all-encompassing Society staff support starting the moment you register. You focus on fundraising and training for race day and we will take care of the rest.

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2021 Event Schedule

The Finish MS Experience

Personalized Fundraising Center

Finish MS branded swag

Training plans for popular events

Invitations to VIP events

Fundraising guide with tips and encouragement

Exhilaration of doing well for others and yourself

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Cheryl Hile

I’ve always wanted to do something really big, a really big fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, because for me they were just so key in helping me get over the depression of the diagnosis. When you’re first diagnosed, you get scared and you get depressed, and it was the MS Society that really encouraged me to keep going. And since they did that for me, now it’s my turn to give back.

Jennifer Murawski

My name is Jennifer Murawski and I live every day with MS! I am running the Chicago Marathon to raise funds to get closer to a world free of MS and to bring awareness and education. A world where people like me can live without these symptoms that overtake our body. A world where we can dream and achieve any goal without limitations.

Jamie Moyes

This year brought a trifecta of reasons for me to run my second Marathon in support of the MS Society - to keep moving and stay sane through the pandemic, prove (to myself) that I can still do it even as I'm turning 40, and hitting the 10 year mark since the onset of my MS.

Jennifer Roach

I started running soon after I was diagnosed with MS in 2007. I never enjoyed running but, suddenly threatened by a disease that could take away my ability to do so, I was inspired to train for a local 5K just because I could.

Stephanie McLaughlin

“You’ll never run a marathon,” said my neurologist in 2010, soon after I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The doctor was trying to convince me that I would be able to enjoy a fulfilling life with proper therapy and medication, but that I might have certain limitations. At that time, she never knew that running a marathon had been a lifelong dream of mine.

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