A multi-sport athlete (soccer, basketball, baseball) growing up in Suburban Philadelphia, Steve made his way to Cabrini University in Radnor Pennsylvania on a soccer scholarship where he earned many honors including Most Valuable Player recognition, and a Distinguished Alumni award for his charitable work in the community. After college, Brown was offered several pro soccer tryouts but then played semi-professionally for a number of years in the Majors Division of the United Soccer League for the German club Danubia.

Steve traded in his soccer shoes and turned his passions to the flexibility of multisport racing in 1987 and has never looked back. Since 1987, Steve has racked up countless triathlons and multisport events of all distances including marathons, ultra marathons, and ironman triathlons and many top age group finishes.

In February of 2006, life threw Steve a curve ball when he was diagnosed with an incurable form of blood cancer known as chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Wasting no time, he underwent four rounds of chemotherapy. He maintained his baseline fitness level, often running home from his treatments and quickly reached complete remission. By July of that same year, he was back to racing triathlons. By September of that year, just 7 months after his diagnosis, “RemissionMan” crossed the finish line of his 8th career iron distance triathlon (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike, 26.2-mile run).

Brown has fought through multiple relapses of his leukemia and each time he has used endurance sports as a weapon in his arsenal against cancer; running home from treatments and racing marathons and triathlons throughout his treatments. To date, Brown has endured 54 rounds of chemotherapy to keep his disease in check.

Steve is a certified triathlon and running coach and in addition to his busy racing, training, and coaching schedule, he is also very active using his involvement in multisport racing as a way of raising funds and awareness for significant causes. In his “spare time”, Steve works closely with organizations such as The American Cancer Society, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Grassroot Soccer, The Leukemia Research Foundation, and HEADstrong Foundation in promoting and supporting their events. He’s also written several books which talk about everything from fitness and triathlon, to his cancer diagnosis and his passion for living life to the fullest.

Steve and his wife Mary Grace were dealt another health blow when Mary Grace suffered a life altering stroke during brain aneurysm surgery in 2019.  This meant that Steve and Mary Grace became each other’s primary caregivers, while being patients themselves. With Mary Grace’s mobility limited, they acquired a running wheelchair and launched Team Relentless Grace to be able to embrace running and racing together.

“I feel my cancer diagnosis has opened many more doors than it has shut and created more opportunities than it has taken away.”

Brown is an accomplished writer whose work has been featured regularly in PhillyFIT Magazine, HealthFitnessBroadcast.com, Philly Health Watch, TransitionTimes.com, Liberty Sports Magazine, Movement Sports Magazine and is a former blog writer for Philadelphia’s FOX29. He has also been a featured guest on several radio, TV and internet broadcast programs.

Steve and his wife MG live in Delaware County Pennsylvania, where they continue to view their health hurdles as opportunities versus limiters, helping others through activism and philanthropic involvement including serving as brand ambassadors as well as patient advocate(s) for several health and pharmaceutical organizations.

Awards and Recognition

Published Work  - All titles are available via major retail distribution channels.


A Few Words About Steve

“Steve Brown is committed to facilitating positive change in the world – one person at a time.”

- Pat Croce – Best-selling author, motivational speaker, successful entrepreneur, and life coach.

“Every project that I have seen Steve involved with has benefited all parties at the highest level. He is an intelligent and passionate individual whom I I’m proud to call a friend and fellow Triathlete. “

- David Greenfield – President, Elite Bicycles, Inc.

“Steve Brown has shown a great love for the sport of triathlon through his enthusiastic participation in races as well as devoting numerous hours of his time to promote the sport and encourage others to get involved with this healthy and life long sport. It is because of people like Steve that the sport continues to grow within all groups from young children to first time athletes in their 60’s and 70’s!”

– Ken Glah – Professional Triathlete, IRONMAN Champion, and owner of Endurance Sports Travel.

“Steve’s a consummate professional, endurance athlete, family man, and philanthropist. I’ve represented him to earn publicity for his fund-raising efforts, and he’s done nothing less than thoroughly impress the print and broadcast journalists we’ve gotten interviews with. Steve’s also a long-time, highly knowledgeable, national e-zine editor (TransitionTimes.com) & triathlon operations consultant.”

- Hammy Handwerker, Owner, SLH Communications.

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