16. Marathons, Medical School, and Type 1 Diabetes – Dr. Jordan Hoese

Dr. Jordan Hoese ran her first marathon at age 14, two years after being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. In the time since then, she’s run six other marathons and graduated from medical school. She shares her experiences as a patient and a physician.

9. Becoming Unstoppable with Type 1 Diabetes – Eric Dutcher

The ever-inspiring chronic superhuman Eric Dutcher just returned with Team M.U.D. (More Unstoppable Diabetics) from the World’s Toughest Mudder. He shares his experiences in obstacle course racing, as well as his own chronic illness obstacles.

8. Using Movement as Medicine for hEDS/POTS/MCAD – Jenn Harmon

The unconquerable Jenn Harmon shares her unique perspective regarding using triathlon training and racing to manage hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, and mast cell activation disease.

2. Being a Lifelong Athlete with Multiple Sclerosis – Bill Sinak

Bill Sinak, a 24-time marathoner and 26-year BikeMSer, talks with us about the endurance adventures he’s enjoyed in the decades since his multiple sclerosis diagnosis.