Stage II cancer survivor, Donna
has shared her very personal story about her participation in the MS City to Shore ride the weekend of October 3, 2009. Originally diagnosed in October 2003, Donna has used fitness as a way to heal and move forward, and the completion of the 150 mile bike ride would be an incredible achievement for anyone, but it is even more amazing given the circumstances. Keep reading
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis, the treatment aftermath and the rigors of life that just does not stop, Sharon
is an inspiring example of determination. Originally diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002, Sharon has since had to deal with a re-diagnosis of breast cancer and a diagnosis of skin cancer. In addition, she continues to balance work and the demands of family (including her husband and two boys) with her burning desire to not just reclaim her body but to see just how much she can do with it! This year she has her sights on successfully competing in a half iron distance triathlon, just a few short months after her 51st birthday. In Sharon’s blog we will all have the opportunity to follow her adventures in life and in training!
Surviving Strong founder, Stage II cancer survivor, Susan
shares her personal story and the inspiration that sparked it all. On a fluke, she entered a beginner friendly triathlon. Crossing the finish line was an amazing feeling, but did not compare to the empowerment she felt at the starting line, standing shoulder to shoulder with other amazing survivors - cancer was not going to stop them! Keep reading