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So when Jeff, older by three years and a Hollywood resident for the past eight, heard that a cross country run was coming up and that it had something to do with raising money for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, he immediately thought of his brother.
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Although they ran some 27 days, 3,300 miles and 335 "stages" apart, the brothers had some things in common, such as a united purpose toward a common goal. There was also the unique One Run Signature Car, a white, mid size sedan on which runners were encouraged to sign their names with bold markers.
The brothers' parents, Jim and Nancy Hayford, saw their sons' involvement in One Run as an emotional catharsis.
"It just kind of clicked," Jeff Hayford said. "I said, 'You'll be back in Boston by then. You do the last leg, and I'll do the first out here.'"
siblings, and vowed to stay that way even when the pursuit of their respective professions put 3,300 miles and an entire nation between them.
Growing up in Nashua, Jeff and Ryan Hayford were closer than a lot of big brother, little brother siblings, and vowed to stay that way even when the pursuit of their respective professions put 3,300 miles and an entire nation between them.
shed an iota of their loyalty to, and support of, all things Boston, no matter where they were.
Jeff, of course, had an almost blank canvas, but Ryan said he was able to find enough space to sign just below his brother's name.
One Run For Boston II, which stepped off in Santa Monica on March 16 and crossed the finish line the actual Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street Sunday evening, was organized by three ambitious, caring Britons in the wake of last year's marathon bombings.
"She told me it was starting near where I live and ending in Boston," Jeff Hayford said of a friend back in New Hampshire. "My brother just happened to be out here on business, so over dinner that night, I brought it up."
Not far from the finish line, he said, "the whole group stopped and a bunch of victims and family members joined in.
So when Jeff, older by three years and a Hollywood resident for the past eight, heard that a cross country run was coming up and that it had something to do with raising money for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, he immediately thought of his brother. .
"It was so cool to see everyone coming together, running together, and the incredible amount of support," Hayford said.
Their first event, One Run For Boston I, took place in June, finished on a hot July 1, and raised about $91,000 for One Fund Boston. By fall and winter, runners from around the world got wind of One Run and interest swelled rapidly.
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"I kept up with him, from his updates," he said. "Later, when I got an opportunity to look at (the website), it was so cool to see people so engaged in it."
The three Kate Treleaven, Danny Bent and James Hay said they got the idea for a benefit run while watching the news coverage of the bombings in Devon, England, where they live.
Ryan Hayford, a 2006 Nashua High North graduate who played football and basketball, said a big reason he agreed to help finish what his brother helped start is the inspiration he derived from his older brother.
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Running the 336th and final "stage," a roughly 6 1/2 mile jaunt, came with a bonus Ryan Hayford said he won't soon forget.
Too busy with work to regularly check the One Run website for updates, Ryan Hayford said he nevertheless made sure to track his brother's progress.
The brothers talked briefly and suddenly had an "aha" moment.
"We were different; I was Louis Vuitton Clutch Box into sports and he was into film, editing, cameras and computers. But a couple of years ago he cut something like 40 pounds, started running and did the Los Angeles Marathon," Ryan Hayford said. "He (gave) me a lot of motivation. That's really impressive, to lose that kind of weight."
finish One Run For Boston
Fast forward to March. Their deal made, the brothers set out to prepare for their respective legs, which One Run calls "stages." Jeff Hayford laughs as he recalls their T shirts idea.
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