Racer, dreamer, and world record holder… Bentley-Grace is a game-changer.
This year Bently Grace will be 21! What a way to celebrate!
Bentley-Grace began racing in 2015 as a member of Team KPeasy at the 40th annual running of the Marine Corp Marathon in Washington D.C. When she finished the grueling 26.2 miles, she was exhausted, elated, proud, and ready for more. Recently her team “unofficially” broke the world record for a wheel-chair assisted marathon. She plans to officially set the record at this year’s Boston Marathon in October.
Follow Team Bentley-Grace on their world record breaking journey!
Race 4 Grace is her gift to others as a platform and life changing experience to inspire and motivate everyone to push past whatever obstacles you face and to hit the road to living a “Yes You Can” life.
a cardinal with a mohawk?
A cardinal with a rather unusual feather pattern (if we’re honest it’s a mohawk) is a regular visitor to Bentley-Grace. There’s a great story behind it but for the whole scoop you’ll have to ask her.
Guinness World Record – Fastest Marathon Pushing a Wheelchair (Male) – 2:50:21 – 11 October 2021
2021 Boston Marathon – 1st Place – Duo-Assist Division – 2:50:20