Quote Of The Day
“I think that when (I was diagnosed), I was put in a position where I had to face my most difficult fear head on and try to figure out a way to win. It’s kind of weird to describe it as a win-lose, but to me, being able to be here for my kids and surviving this thing was the win, and losing wasn’t an option. What I learned is that there’s a lot inside of me: How I tackle difficult situations and how I learned all those skills as a student-athlete, and how to strategize and plot to put myself in the highest likelihood of success doesn’t just apply to sports. It transcends sports and can be as relevant as facing your deepest, darkest fear.”
– 4-time US Olympic high jumper Chaunte Lowe talking about how she developed a lot of the skills that helped her win her battle with breast cancer during her time as a NCAA athlete.
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