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Inspirational Team Hoyt Proves Anything Is Possible

In the past four decades, Dick Hoyt and his son, Rick, who has cerebral palsy, have together completed six Ironman triathlons, more than 70 marathons and a 45-day run and bike across the U.S. 62 more words


Archery and Chronic Illness

My coach, the indefatigable Holly, is also a para-archery coach. She’s passionate about archery being a sport in which everyone can participate. Matt Stutzman, one of the best archers in the world, just happens to not have any arms. 524 more words


The Journey of Team Hoyt



During the spring of 1977, two men namely, Rick Hoyt and Dick Hoyt, set their legacy and became an inspiration to society. Rick Hoyt was diagnosed as a spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy due to oxygen deprivation at the time of his birth. 559 more words

Media Logs

Got soul.

Wow—what a fast few weeks! Life moves forward and pretty soon you find yourself in August. Bananas.

Running: I have officially reached the point in my training plan where runs are a bit uncomfortable. 799 more words

Women's Running

Illinois Marathon

Over the weekend, we completed another fun weekend of racing at the Illinois Marathon! This is Noah’s 4th year participating in the 5k. Noah really enjoys doing 5k races, but once we’re done running, he’s done! 225 more words


Okay, so apologies for the very delayed recap post…after Boston I took the rest of the week off work which meant NO WRITING. It was blissful. 1,944 more words


Coming full circle on a point to point course…

The first starting point – the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon.  The day that changed my life and the lives of many others forever.   3,832 more words