Survivors in the Open | Suzanne De La Fu...
Sometimes life takes us on a journey that's least desired to bring us to a place of true growth and fulfillment. This was the case for Suzanne.
Survivors in the Open | Kimberly Caringe...
Kim Caringer was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011 at the age of 29 years old. After going through 6 rounds of chemotherapy, a double mastectomy, and radiation in 2011-2012, Kim is clear of breast cancer.
2018 Survivor In The Open | Stephanie Li...
Stephanie Lindquist was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 38 in 2015. Three days before her mastectomy, she participated in her first ever CrossFit Open workout. Every year since then, the CrossFit Open has been an exciting time for her. She's able to look back and reflect on how far she has come since being diagnosed.
Survivors in the Open | Lauren Kassamali
In 2013, Lauren was a 25-year-old single woman competing in the CrossFit Open. During one of the Open workouts, she discovered a nagging in her left breast while doing burpees. Over the course of the next month, she was told by three doctors that she was too young for breast cancer before finally being diagnosed.
Survivors in the Open | Robin Galley
As a wife, mother, physical therapist, and athlete, breast cancer was the last thing on Robin's mind. She was healthy and exercised regularly, no reason for concern.