Tag Archives: Nike Women’s Marathon

Thinking of Joining Team In Training? Get Advice From an Expert!

This past year Lois Markovich, leukemia survivor, long-time Team In Training (TNT) participant and board member of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Northern California Chapter, decided to officially “retire” from TNT. Her last event was the Nike Women’s Half … Continue reading

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The 2014 Nike Women’s Half Marathon San Francisco!

It was a very exciting weekend for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Team In Training (TNT) Northern California Chapter! Sunday was the 11th annual Nike Women’s Half Marathon San Francisco, a race to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: My & Team Kim’s Journey – Ben Wang, Team In Training participant & founder of Team Kim

That was the worst part about having cancer, sometimes: The physical evidence of disease separates you from other people. John Green, The Fault in Our Stars I know my wife, Kim, felt that way. Maybe it was the filter mask that gave … Continue reading

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Join TNT During Thanksgiving & Get $50 Off Your Registration Fee!

Have you ever considered doing a marathon, triathlon, Ironman or cycling event but didn’t because you weren’t sure you could physically handle the challenge or wasn’t sure how to start training? Now is your chance to prove yourself wrong – … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: How TNT & Blood Cancer Affected My Life – Carol Epstein, Team In Training (TNT) Lavaman mentor

What would make a baby boomer devote seven years to endurance athletics and prompt them to raise over $31,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)? Long before Team In Training (TNT) existed, I thought leukemia was a rare disease … Continue reading

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The Nike Women’s Marathon Hits San Francisco!

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is beyond thrilled for the Nike Women’s Marathon, a race to benefit LLS and Team In Training (TNT), taking place on Sunday, October 20th in San Francisco! The Nike Women’s Marathon is the largest … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: My First Birthday – Stephanie Waxman, cancer survivor & founder of Team Stephanie

Today is the one-year anniversary of my bone marrow transplant. Many call the transplant day your new birthday and that’s what it feels like to me. One year ago I received new stem cells to replace my old diseased cells. … Continue reading

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Team Perfect Match runs NWM

Kelley Cohen, a young school teacher from San Francisco who once had leukemia, will run the Nike Women’s half-marathon alongside a man with whom she shares a very special connection. Joe DiNatale, from Pennsylvania, is the man who saved her … Continue reading

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The Men of Nike Women’s Marathon

Being that it’s the grandfather (or, perhaps, the grandmother) of all TNT events, it’s no surprise that the excitement level ramps up when Nike Women’s Marathon season rolls around. Each October, over 4,000 TNTers from across the country descend upon … Continue reading

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What’s in a volunteer? In one word, dedication.

For those of you who may not have caught it on Monday, it’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week! And we think our volunteers are the BEST! Thank you for supporting LLS and giving us your time, your talents and your passion. We truly … Continue reading

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