The Inner Triathlete ... Forever Ablaze
A collection of multisport articles, interviews, and short stories that speak to the human side of the sport of triathlon and to the spirit of the triathlete. These pieces were all previously published by the author in different periodicals over a few years but have been brought together to serve as a dedication to the life, memory, and mission of Jon ""Blazeman"" Blais. Jon won the hearts of millions in 2005 when he became the first patient with Lou Gehrig's disease to cross the finish line of the Ironman Triathlon World Championship. In May, 2007, Jon lost his battle with ALS, but his war carries on through The Blazeman Foundation. Author, Stephen Brown encapsulates many of his multisport experiences which began back in 1987 and a portion of all book proceeds benefit The Blazeman Foundation and their continuous fight against ALS. Foreword written by Bob Mina. Visit www.RemissionMan.com for more on Steve Brown and www.BobMina.com for more on Bob Mina.
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