Warrior takes cross-country trek to help feed disaster victims

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He's already brought home a ton of medals from last year's warrior games, but this year, before he even takes the field at the games in Tampa, Master Sgt. Jarrid Collins plans an even more impressive act of athleticism.

Collins is taking part in a fundraising effort for Operation BBQ, which delivers hot meals to people in areas hit by disasters like hurricanes and fires.

It’s called the Breaking Bread Tour and Collins will handcycle, run, and bike across America, from California to Florida, in only 50 days.

The tour will stop in eight cities along the way. Participants aim to traverse 60 miles each day of the tour.

The tour starts April 28 in Los Angeles, CA. From there, the group will stop in Phoenix, AZ, El Paso, TX, San Antonio, TX, Houston, TX, Hammond, LA, Panama City, FL, and finally Tampa, FL on June 16.

For a full list of dates and cities on the Breaking Bread Tour, visit https://operationbbqrelief.org/alwaysservingproject/#bbt