Tag Archives: Cancer to 5k

The first day of the rest of your life – Cancer Survivorship

Surviving cancer, the point in time when cancer treatment has ceased, marks a milestone moment in one’s cancer journey. The likely possibility of living beyond treatment is, of course, overwhelmingly positive news for patients and their families. However, the reality … Continue reading

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Kicking off Cancer to 5K!

Last Thursday, I had the pleasure of joining our survivor runners, coaches, alumni, friends, family, and fellow staff members at a truly special event, the Cancer to 5K Spring Season Kickoff Dinner. The 2012 Kickoff was the first time in … Continue reading

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Cancer to 5K Gives Cancer Survivors Something to Celebrate

We are currently recruiting participants and volunteer for the Spring 2012 Cancer to 5K teams in Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Howard County! Cancer to 5K is a 12-week, free running program for cancer survivors, and is open to participants of … Continue reading

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Cancer to 5K Program Growing

This year our Cancer to 5K (Cto5K) program expanded into Baltimore! USAF Level 1 Coach, Michelle Prieto (who is now a UCF staff memeber), led the Baltimore Cto5K team of 4 along with 3 volunteer sherpas (Adam Bachman, Jerry Prieto … Continue reading

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Thank You 24 Hours of Booty!

Dear Friends: We are so humbled and grateful for the amazing level of support so many individuals have put forth to support this year’s 24 Hours of Booty – riders, volunteers, sponsors and the community as a whole. Although disappointed … Continue reading

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Cancer to 5K – NOVA/DC Team

This past Sunday June 5, 2011 our NOVA/DC Cancer to 5K Team took to the streets of Bethesda to run their end of the season goal race, the Capital Crescent 5K.  Some of the participants shared their thoughts on the … Continue reading

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Trevor’s Story

By: Trevor Bynoe I was diagnosed with gray-zone lymphoma back in November 2009. I went to the doctor one day to make sure my cough wasn’t the swine flu and instead found out that I had a 10 cm mass … Continue reading

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Focus on What Matters!

In this digital age, our brains are often overloaded with information received from multiple channels; whether that be from conversations, emails, instant messages, texts, tweets, Facebook updates, etc. With so much information coming in, it is easy to become distracted … Continue reading

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Passion. Perspective. People.

The Cancer to 5K program begins its eighth season tomorrow morning and the NOVA (Northern Virginia/DC Metro) group has mixed feelings about the commencement of this particular season. While they are pumped to get rolling, they are saying good-bye to … Continue reading

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Survivor Harbor 7

About a month ago our team sat down and brainstormed adding another summer race to our Team Fight run portfolio.  Survivor Harbor 7, a race that I had been aware of while living here in Baltimore, seemed to fit the … Continue reading

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