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.

6. Completing a First Marathon with Colitis – Liz Russell

Liz Russell, a Badass with ulcerative colitis and trigeminal neuralgia, shares her Marine Corps Marathon successes and challenges, from training and nutrition to race day itself.

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.