Running became a lifeline for Lisa Lauzon and ironically placed her in a situation where she narrowly escaped losing the life, she had worked so hard to build
After completing her first triathlon, Livi Pejo’s whole life was changed when she was struck by a drunk driver while walking in Dewey Beach, Del. The injury left Pejo paralyzed from the neck down and now the Dewey Beach business community wants to help Pejo with medical expenses with a virtual 5K.
Brandon Wahlmann, a former Rider Broncs men’s basketball player, now competes in Ironman triathlons and runs marathons to raise money for Autism Speaks.
On Saturday July 18, 2020, the women of the Mullica Hill Women’s Tri Club (MHWTC), along with their families and friends, singlehandedly offered area farms their best sales day of their summer harvest season.
With determination and hard work, Jason Pohl, a professional Ironman triathlete, competes in one of the world’s most difficult sports. When adversity presents itself, he finds a way to come back that much stronger.
Some people are just born to compete, and compete at the highest level. This is the story of Kaitlin Donner. The birth of her ﬁrst child and being a new business owner hasn’t stopped her from being a beast.
Small town life in 1980s Ohio didn’t offer a lot of opportunity for non-traditional sports but, as a teenager, Jay Horton saw a feature story on ABC’s Wide World of Sports highlighting the Hawaii Ironman Triathlon. Now, approaching 50 years old, this certified financial planner has turned what he saw on that 1980s broadcast into a lifestyle and has participated in countless triathlons, including a dozen of the prestigious Ironman competitions.