A nation of runners takes on the impossible - a non-stop relay across America to show support and solidarity for the Boston Marathon bombing victims.
"Danny and his team set out to run across the entire country. Time and resources were limited, but their resolve was unshakeable. Thanks to their focus and determination, the amazing event that is One Run For Boston came to life. Hundreds of people were keen to participate, wanting to help, heal and honour those impacted by the events of April 15, 2013."
Not All Superheroes Wear Capes is the sincere, sometimes painful, yet heart-warming and often funny, account of this extraordinary effort made be so many caring and giving individuals. Kudos to Danny and his team of heroes."
Dave McGillivray (Director, Boston Marathon)
"Not All Superheroes Wear Capes proves, once again, that just putting one foot in front of the other can change history."
Kathrine Switzer (First woman to officially run the Boston Marathon)
"I don't measure a runner by the number of steps they take, but by the number of ways they use running to make the world a better place. Running the One Run For Boston relay and meeting all the runners proved to me that running is the ultimate faith healer, restoring beleif not only in oneself but life's possibilities."
Bart Yasso (Chief Running Officer, Runner's World)