Category Archives: Team in Training

“Team in Training Because…” #TNT

Thinking about joining Team in Training? Here are some of Don’s best reasons!

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Celebrating my 10th “birthday” since my transplant

Today is a momentous day for a couple reasons! A little over 10 ½ years ago (September 14, 2005), I was unexpectedly diagnosed with leukemia, a disease which could have taken my life. I was shocked! I endured 5 rounds of chemo over an eight month period culminating in a successful stem cell transplant on […]

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Team in Training Coaching

In exchange for raising funds, participants receive: four to five months of high caliber training by certified coaches, a supportive group of teammates, and lodging and airfare to the event of their choice. Participants also receive tools and support to attain their fundraising goals, including a personalized fundraising web page. Learn More… Participants can choose […]

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What is Team in Training All About?

Team In Training has had a tremendous impact on the growth in endurance sports, and in particular, the explosion of women’s participation. Overall, 73 percent of TNT participants are women, with an average age of 32. TNT is the pre-eminent charity endurance sports training program, preparing amateurs and seasoned athletes. The reasons cited most often for joining the program […]

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Why does Finish Your Race Matter?

More than 912,000 Americans have leukemia, Hodgkin or non-Hodgkin lymphoma or myeloma. Every four minutes, someone new is diagnosed with blood cancer. Every 10 minutes, someone loses their fight. An estimated 139,860 people in the United States were diagnosed with leukemia, lymphoma or myeloma in 2009. Leukemia causes more deaths than any other cancer among […]

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