This Woman Completed Her First Ironman Competition At 60 After Beating Cancer

In 2010, the year Mary was to turn 60, she decided to do something “monumental” to celebrate surviving cancer. The idea she settled on: competing in an Ironman triathlon. She had no expectation to win the famously grueling endurance race that combines a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, and 26.2-mile run. But she was still alive, so why not try?
In the past seven years, Mary has competed in 9 Ironman competitions and over 20 other triathlons. She’s also raced across the country as part of a four-woman team for Race Across America (RAAM), one of the most respected and longest-running ultra-endurance bicycling events in the world.
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