DETAILS: The Langford's son Conner passed away at the age of 8 on May 6, 2011, from SUDEP (Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy). Sadly, just three months afterward, they found out about the SmartWatch, a device that can detect convulsive seizures and alert a caretaker. Today, there are several devices that may have made a difference for our family. Bryan says, "On August 21st I will be competing in my very first Ironman to honor Conner and to raise money for The Danny Did Foundation. My family and I feel driven to help educate and spread awareness, hoping to make a difference for other families that are fighting Epilepsy."
TO DONATE: CLICK HERE to donate towards Bryan's IRONMAN fundraising goal of $10,000. Proceeds will benefit the Danny Did Foundation and its mission to prevent deaths caused by seizures.
This is our first Team Danny DIid member competing in an IRONMAN event. UPDATE: Bryan was selected as the Coeur d'Alene Ironman featured athlete from more than 3,000 participants and was honored at the event's opening ceremonies. Thank you to the Langford family for being advocates for Conner to help others!
PRESS: To see media coverage of the Langford's journey, visit http://www.dannydid.org/news.