Run the World gives presentations to junior and senior schools around the world. The talks are lively, fun and interactive and aim to use the Run the World story to impress upon students the benefits of an active, healthy lifestyle.
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“Dan’s Run the World Challenge presentation to the students at the American International School of Nouakchott in Mauritania was age-appropriate, informative, and inspirational. Students were engaged, attentive, and intrigued by the unique challenge he has undertaken. Dan reinforced what we as educators are already discussing with our students – such as the importance of staying active, eating/drinking healthy, and getting enough sleep. His genuine desire to encourage students to maintain a healthy life style to help fight against life-threatening diseases is truly a lesson everyone can learn from.” American International School, Nouakchott, Mauritania (Junior and Senior School talks)
“Today our Sophomores were visited by Dan Thompson. Dan has undertaken to run 10k in every country by the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. With his Run the World Challenge, Dan is promoting the physical and mental health benefits of sport and physical activity, and raising money for cancer research. It was a great honor to meet you!” St George’s School, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (Senior School talk)
“It was an absolute delight to have met you Dan. You are such an inspiration to our students and what you are doing takes a lot of courage, patience and dedication . Listening to you have made us all at BIS to realise how important it is for us take care of ourselves and others just by raising awareness about health matters and going the extra mile. Thank you Dan, we may not run the miles with you physically but we hope to keep you in our thoughts and prayers always while spurring you on silently.” British International School, Freetown, Sierra Leone (Senior School talk)