P.A.C.E. Trek - Endurance Athlete Paul Staso

A One-Of-A-Kind Running & Learning Challenge for School Children!

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A one-of-a-kind annual
running, walking & learning adventure for K-12 school children! It is 100% FREE and requires only a few minutes
per day for about 3 weeks!

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Imagine running alone across the entire United States, a total of 3,260 miles from one ocean to another in only 108 days (averaging 30 miles per day!) on the hot summer pavement!  In 2006, Paul Staso actually did that to keep a promise to 97 kids. Now, Paul takes thousands of school kids worldwide on FREE multi-week running adventures. As a former 5th grade teacher he inspires via an online classroom a window into his journeys. Teams of students run/walk with him virtually as he's actually on the road. It's for school kids worldwide!



HE'S DONE IT!
On May 1, 2011 Paul Staso Became The First Person
To Run 506 Miles Solo Across The Mojave Desert
In A Mere 17 Days!

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Paul does this to encourage an active/healthy lifestyle, promote goal setting, and to teach kids about locations beyond their school grounds in a fun & challenging way.
There's NO fundraising involved and NOTHING to purchase! This fitness/learning opportunity is for School Teams globally!

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Miles By Kids Since April 2008

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During the Annual P.A.C.E. Treks Paul Takes a Lot
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So far he has logged 207 marathons in 184 days on the road doing P.A.C.E. runs across states and countries, a total of 5,386 miles completely alone by pushing an 80-pound stroller of gear (no support crew or roadside help!). He takes on these adventures all by himself, having already run solo across the U.S.A., Germany, Alaska, Montana, and The Mojave Desert.

Completed P.A.C.E. Treks:

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30 miles per day!

MOJAVE DESERT RUN 2011
19 Solo Marathons in 17 Days!

P.A.C.E. Trek 2011 was an extreme solo run by Paul of 506 miles starting at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, across the Mojave Desert, to Badwater Basin, Death Valley (the lowest, hottest, driest location in North America).
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GERMANY CHALLENGE 2010
19 Solo Marathons in 21 Days!

P.A.C.E. Trek 2010 was a three-week challenging adventure through Germany! Paul ran 500 miles solo across Germany with 22,009 school children from 9 countries virtually trekking with him. Those kids logged 106,132 miles!Learn More

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24 miles per day!

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28 miles per day!

ALASKA ADVENTURE 2009
19 Solo Marathons in 18 Days!

P.A.C.E. Trek 2009 was an amazing journey through the heart of Alaska! Paul, along with over 22,000 children from 10 countries virtually along with him, ran a 500-mile course surrounded by incredible scenery and wildlife.
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MONTANA CROSSING 2008
24 Solo Marathons in 20 Days!

P.A.C.E. Trek 2008 was a solo 620-mile east-to-west run across Montana. 8,000 school children from 8 countries virtually ran with Paul from the Great Plains (North Dakota border) to the Northern Rocky Mountains (Idaho border).Learn More

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31 miles per day!

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30 miles per day!

P.A.C.E. RUN 2006 U.S.A.
125 Solo Marathons in 108 Days!

P.A.C.E. Run 2006 was a 3,260-mile solo run across the United States by Paul Staso. He averaged 30 miles per day for 108 days across 15 states, coast to coast, pushing an 80-pound stroller of gear. He did it all to keep a promise to 97 elementary students!Learn More


 



P.A.C.E. TREKKERS

Since P.A.C.E. Treks began in April 2008 there have been 68,652 school children worldwide that have logged 326,252
miles
which is about
13 laps of planet earth!



P.A.C.E. CURRICULUMS

Run/Walk
Across America


Route 66 Trek


NW Parks Run


Paul's 7 Teaching Goals Through P.A.C.E. Trek Challenges

1. The importance of good health/nutrition, as well as the benefits of frequent and consistent exercise.
2. The benefits that can be experienced from running and/or walking (the original way to better fitness)
3. That if you take care of your body it can take you on some wonderful adventures.
4. Interesting information about the various locations that he runs through completely alone.
5. The importance of setting goals and pursuing dreams no matter what obstacles might be in front of you.
6. That a positive attitude and the desire to positively impact the lives of others can be very rewarding.
7. That perseverance can take you places that you never imagined you could get to.

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