This is our chance to highlight real people doing extraordinary things. You will find R2R recaps alongside what we call our "Impossible Stories." If you would like to submit an Impossible Story of your own, let us know!
Reflections, Takeaway, and Tips from the 24-hour R2R2R Challenge Trip
Meet Lexie Browning, 26-year-old stage IV Alveolar Soft Part Sarcoma (ASPS) Fighter AND Survivor. As part of our themed “Survivor” month, we have pieced together parts of Lexie’s story to share.
WNKY sits down with Dan and his eldest son John as they gear up for their next adventurous 3:59 this summer, hiking the El Camino de Santiago pilgrimage.
From 100 mile Ultra marathons to 24 hour running events, Kevin Lashley sits down with Dan and Claire to share how he conquers the impossible.
Ryan Douglas Depp is a student at South Warren High School who has found his calling in life early on.
Michael shares a story that is his own, but we know so many others have experienced similar paths - from doing something like hiking the Grand Canyon down to feeling 100% comfortable in your own skin.
Jackson, a young hockey player here in Bowling Green, KY, embarked on a not-so-easy path this year due to an accident he had at the end of summer leaving him with only one thumb on his right hand.
The best thing you can do when conquering an impossible is to, “Remember that God gave you your dreams for a reason, He didn’t give them to anyone else, they are yours.”
With the love and support from her husband, Danette started her own non-profit: Life's Better Together.
All the way from California, Jesus Vega is our next Impossible Story after meeting Claire Klein while doing the Half Dome.
Meet Laura Burress, RN. Her piece of advice for anyone working towards achieving a 3:59? Keep going - “Keep showing up. Have faith. Take one bite at a time.”
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