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Running My Race- Diagnosis is not Destiny

blog series with Katie Steedly curling

by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF “Find an individual edge and push it and exceed it.” I recently completed my 14th half marathon. I started running races when I trained for a marathon at the…

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An easy and fun way to get involved

Here is a way to make a difference in your community. Find a race near you and register, set-up your Team TSF fundraising page, get your family and friends involved, lace your shoes, and run your race! That simple.  Best…

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My First 50 Miler Experience

Team TSF Coordinator, Rachel Belmont, shares her experience running a 50 miles ultra marathon  Through her story, she explains “why running an ultramarathon is the greatest, but also most challenging thing you can do for yourself.” Check it out. Running a marathon…

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Running: The Perfectly Painful Outlet

Everyone has an outlet. A passion, an activity, a guilty pleasure. Something that puts their mental and physical health in check. Well….mine is running. Running is more than an activity designed to keep you in excellent physical shape. It is…

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From One Runner to Another

From One Runner to Another: How the Turner Syndrome Foundation Builds Friendships Based on Empowerment and Inspiration By: Rachel Belmont Recently, I decided that I wanted to take on the daring and arduous challenge of running a marathon on all…

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Get Moving with Team TSF

Team TSF

Get moving for TS! Support our mission through fundraising & wearing Team TSF gear. You can make a difference!

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