Amy Marsh shares the details of her journey from professional triathlete to cancer survivor

Amy was an all-American swimmer-turned-triathlete who won four Ironman races and two other Iron-distance races in her career. In 2014, Amy was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Five rounds of chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant later, Amy took the overall women’s age group win at the Life Time Tri CapTex Sprint Triathlon.

*Originally published on WiSP Sports

 

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