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Team Brigham Health Sets Record in Race Across America
At 3:10 am on Sunday morning, as most of the east coast slept, Team Brigham Health was capping off a grueling week-long race across the country and setting a RAAM record.
Team Brigham Health Passes the Halfway Mark in the Race Across America
Since their journey began on Saturday, June 17th, our racers have cycled over 2,090 miles and raced through 6 states - all while battling 115 degree heat, golf ball sized hail and tornado warnings.
A Look Inside the Longest-Running Ultra-Endurance Cycling Event
On June 17, Team Brigham Health will attempt to set two world records in Race Across America (RAAM).
Reaching Athletic Goals: The Importance of Recovery
Margaret Thompson, a cyclist with the Brigham Health Race Across America (RAAM) team, gives tips on how to recover after a hard workout.
Overcoming Boundaries by Accepting a Challenge
Although “Never say never” is one of my favorite slogans, I can definitely be guilty of holding myself back with restrictive thinking. Five years ago, I learned there are always more possibilities for myself than I can imagine.
Introducing Team Brigham Health: Four Women on the Ride of a Lifetime
Four tenacious and vibrant women are taking the ride of a lifetime and inviting you to join them on their journey. This isn’t your typical bike ride, and these are not your average women.
How I Maintained My Weight through 30 Years of Marriage, 20 Years of Menopause and 3 Children
In this article, Team Brigham Health cyclist, Susan Lynch, writes about how she used exercise and nutrition to stay healthy through marriage, menopause and pregnancy.
Being a Healthy Role Model for Those You Love
Cyclist Neil Withington offers advice on how to be a healthy role model for family and friends.
The Alchemy of Accomplishment: How to Turn Pain into Success
In this article, Trish Karter, a cyclist with the Brigham Health Race Across America (RAAM) team, explores the role of channeling doubt and pain into high achievement.
Coping with a Serious Illness through Exercise
Race Across America competitor Neil Withington reveals how she turned to running and tennis after being diagnosed with Stage III breast cancer.
3,000 miles in 7 days: Four Extraordinary Women Are Out to Set Records
Watch Trish Karter, Neil Withington, Susan Lynch and Margaret Thompson (Team Brigham Health) talk about why they chose to compete in one of the most grueling ultra-endurance events in the world, the Race Across America, at the age of 60.
Video: Team Brigham Health Races Across America to Set a Record
Team Brigham Health took on the challenge of a lifetime when they set out to break records and stereotypes in support of women's health. Watch their amazing journey across the country.
Transitioning Gracefully: How to Switch Sports When Your Body Rebels
In this article, learn how Susan Lynch, a cyclist with the Brigham Health Race Across American (RAAM) team, switched to mountain biking after her doctor told her to stop running.
Q&A with Elite Cyclist Susan Lynch: How to Exercise, Eat and Sleep During Menopause
In this Q&A, Team Brigham Health cyclist, Susan Lynch, explains how she stayed healthy through 20 years of menopausal symptoms.
My Hot-Flash Entry into Bicycle Racing
People often say the hardest part of a big race is getting to the starting line. For Team Brigham Health cyclist Trish Karter, getting her first menopausal hot flash in the middle of a high-intensity bike race was a challenge unto itself.