THANK YOU for being a part of the 2021 Fight For Air Climb Philadelphia. Together, we each climbed 1,088 steps, and raised funds to help save lives, to improve lung health and prevent lung disease through research, education and advocacy.
Your support makes our work possible for the nearly 37 million individuals living with lung disease in the United States.
It’s not too late to earn additional fundraising incentives! You have until July 12 to qualify for our incentive program. View our incentive flyer to see what you could earn!
Event photos are posted on our Fight For Air Climb Philadelphia Facebook page.
The results of all the climbers from Saturday, June 12 are now live on Compuscore! How did you do?
Congratulations to our fastest climbers in each award category: Fastest Male Overall - Joseph Parente Fastest Female Overall - Anna Stabler Fastest Male Firefighter - Corey Hullings Fastest Female Firefighter - Olivia Myers Fastest Male Century Climber - Joseph Parente Fastest Female Century Climber - Susan Leo
14 and Under Males 1st Place - Jacob Summer
14 and Under Females 1st Place - Ella Summer
15 to 19 Males 1st Place - Jaden Brighter 2nd Place - Joseph Feig 3rd Place - Payton Stump
15 to 19 Females 1st Place - Olivia Levengood 2nd Place - Mackenzie Kauffman
20 to 29 Males 1st Place - Sean McDowell 2nd Place - William Torres 3rd Place - Austin Dunlap
20 to 29 Females 1st Place - Lindsey Dickerson 2nd Place - Cecelia Harrison 3rd Place Samantha Lombardo
30 to 39 Males 1st Place - Matthew Croce 2nd Place - Collin Stabler 3rd Place - Ty Tomlinson
30 to 39 Females 1st Place - Emily Graham 2nd Place - Carolyn Johnson 3rd Place - Stephanie Rogers
40 to 49 Males 1st Place - Michael Stephen 2nd Place - Anthony Salamone 3rd Place - Daniel Brighter
40 to 49 Females 1st Place - Tammie Feig 2nd Place - Heather Righetti 3rd Place - Emily Salamone
50 to 59 Males 1st Place - Stephen Marsalese 2nd Place - Drew DeBlasio 3rd Place - Charlie Pilkington
50 to 59 Females 1st Place - Lisa Dickerson 2nd Place - Leeann Gehrs 3rd Place - Susan Leo
60 to 69 Males 1st Place - Jim Corey 2nd Place - John Smiley 3rd Place - Tom Clark
60 to 69 Females 1st Place - Laura Archie 2nd Place - Donna Chladek 3rd Place - Suzanne Baldwin
70 to 79 Males 1st Place - Michael Carr
On behalf of our Climb Executive Leadership Committee, our Local Leadership Board Members and the Lung Association Staff THANK YOU from the bottom of our lungs!
Our Climb Safe Commitment
Our Climb Safe Commitment includes spatial distancing, health screenings, sanitation protocols, and face masks.
The American Lung Association is committed to the health and safety of our participants and volunteers. We will continue to closely monitor public health conditions and CDC guidelines as we plan for the 2021 event.
In March, the American Lung Association launched a $25 million initiative to end COVID-19 and defend against future respiratory virus pandemics. At the same time, we're continuing our advocacy work to support clean air and redoubling our long-term commitments to lifesaving research.
Over the last 11 years, the Climbers have raised more than $60 million to support the mission of the American Lung Association. Last year, more than 26,000 participants from 43 Climb events across the country came together last year to raise more than $7 million.
Join us. Because Every Step Counts and every step makes a difference.