Train, Endure, Achieve, Matter.
I draw parallel lines between the challenges we face in sport and those we face in life and try to use my involvement in the multisport world as a tool to encourage people to break through barriers and understand that all things are possible. Hopefully within the confines of these cyber walls, you will catch a glimpse of a guy who is trying to do his part, be it ever so small, to promote positive change.
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I recently had the pleasure of chatting with NBC10’s Vai Sikahema on my relationship with the TriRock Philadelphia Triathlon as an athlete, a coach, and a survivor. Michael Sneed of title sponsor Johnson & Johnson joined me as well. Here is the link to the segment: NBC10 Philly
Coaching, after a leukemia diagnosis, is an even greater reward
DREXEL HILL, Pa. – Steve Brown is at the top of his game. He has spent the last few decades as an endurance athlete, competing at the highest levels in the long-distance swim-bike-run as a triathlete. He is a 12-time ironman. A 26-mile marathon is [...]
On Tuesday June 21st I will be interviewed by Vai Sikahema of NBC10 News (NBC Philadelphia) on my experiences with leukemia and coaching with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program. The segment will be part of their 11 AM news broadcast and we should air at 11:45 AM. Check it out!
On Friday, June 10th I had the honor of supporting, guiding, leading, following, feeding, and enjoying the company of my buddy Bill Hauser along with a motley crew of friends and supports as Bill ran 34 miles to raise funds and awareness for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
This trek was part of Bill’s quest for [...]
In March I did an interview for the radio show, Philadelphia Agenda. Katie Friend of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society joined me and we chatted about the Society and its programs, survivorship, and Big Climb Philly.
Click HERE to listen.
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