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Repost: How Running Helped Mark Hanlon Take Control of Injury and Illness

As many of you know, I am a strong believer that despite our challenges, whether it is a chronic illness, injury, or simply time, we are in control of our bodies both physically and more importantly mentally. Our biggest success is defining who we are and not letting chronic illness or injury dictate who we are or what we can accomplish.

Canadian Running recently posted a little article about me, my running, and my challenges overcoming chronic illness (Crohn’s and Diabetes), and injury (broken tibia and fibula).

Be sure to give it a read, did a fantastic job at capturing my running story. Read my Canadian Running article here.

Mark Hanlon is the winner of our Under Armour Eastside 10K contest, get to know him and his running story

Source: How running helped Mark Hanlon take control of injury and illness – Canadian Running Magazine

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Mark is a foodie in training, photographer, Starbucks addict, runner, cyclist, and single parent living outside of Toronto, Ontario. Living with Crohn’s Disease and Diabetes, life for this Transportation Planner and RPP can be an interesting mix.

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