Author Archives: Brian Satola

About Brian Satola

Assistant Director Race Director, Half Full Triathlon

Here’s what Brian really does!

5 years ago UCF launched a formal initiative titled “Awareness Through Sport”.  I wanted to share a little of the history behind this initiative as it is now my career!  As and ex-jock, I am extremely thankful of how sport … Continue reading

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It was Never About the Run

The resounding message I have continue to have in my mind and heart about the Run Across America was that it was never about a run.  This journey was about the people. This journey was about: Laura reading the story of … Continue reading

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In their SHOES

In reflecting on the last couple of weeks, I thought I would write a little bit about some of the people I have chatted with this week. Each week and each day I have the privilege of meeting some very … Continue reading

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Something worth FIGHTING for!

When I started at the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults about 4 years ago, one of my first projects was to work with Kelly Lance in our office to help build what is now TEAM FIGHT.  Needless to say … Continue reading

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Hey NYC…..Wanna FIGHT?

On November 6, 2011 the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults will field its FIRST Charity TEAM for the ING New York City Marathon.   That’s right, TEAM FIGHT will make a trip to the big apple to run the nationally … Continue reading

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Why? Take this exercise

In preparing for the 2011 UCF Staff Retreat, a group of us we discussing content for the meeting and we were asked the question “Why do you do what you do?”  “Why is that important?”  Not to take away from … Continue reading

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Trying To Keep It Simple

Trying to keep things in simple form usually adds to the clarity of things for me.  I wanted to share a bit about what has been on my mind lately here at UCF. These are some very exciting times here … Continue reading

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“Navigation”

I thought I would write a brief post this week about navigation.  Navigation is essentially what drives us here at the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults.  But what does this mean?  I had a great conversation yesterday with an … Continue reading

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A Humbling Moment

Back in November I received a call from USA Triathlon and was asked if I would be a presenter at the 2011 USAT Race Directors Symposium. Without hesitation, I said YES! After having some time to let this digest and … Continue reading

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Do we really know what is in store for 2011?

Well as we all woke up on January 1st and thought about what we were going to do differently for 2011, it is also important to reflect back on the year and understand better what you did well and what … Continue reading

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