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Everyone Deserves Their Finish Line

Updated: Oct 2, 2023

Every day, myTEAM TRIUMPH athletes prove how endurance sports can unify and create community for people with disabilities. We can celebrate the inclusive power of sports and ensure that everyone has the opportunity to cross that finish line.

Disability Inclusion

Disability inclusion is about making sure everybody has the same opportunities to participate in every aspect of life to the best of their abilities and desires! Every person deserves to experience the joy that comes from finding a community, developing friendships and confidently believing in themselves.

Finish Line Moments

MyTEAM TRIUMPH teams took on the Fox Cities Marathon in Neenah, Wisconsin! On Saturday, September 17, the athletes competed in the 5K Run/Walk and also the 10K Run/Walk. The following day, mTT athletes took on both the half and full Marathon.

There was so much to celebrate, so many special moments, and finish lines crossed! It was a great reminder that everyone deserves their finish line. Everyone deserves their celebration. Everyone deserves their medal.

Running for a Cause

On Saturday, September 16th, the teams started their race day at Riverside Park in Neenah and took on a beautiful 3.1 mile course. The 5K Run/Walk that Saturday also helped raise funds to fight cancer with the St. Elizabeth Hospital Foundation Cancer Fund where $5 of every adult entry was donated to the cause.

At myTEAM TRIUMPH we always run for something bigger than ourselves! Inclusivity, creating communities, and providing a platform for connection is our priority. We know that people with disabilities also deserve an experience of being a part of a team, crossing that finish line and earning that medal!

Unforgettable Wins at the 5K/10K

A Marathon to Remember

On Sunday, September 17th, the teams participated in a half and full marathon. The ThedaCare Half Marathon course features nearly 3 miles of paved trail running, the longest pedestrian bridge in Wisconsin – the 1,600 foot Fox Cities Trestle Trail Bridge, and many more miles of scenic park and waterfront sections of the course! The Community First full marathon follows a similar course but consists of 7 miles of paved trail running!

Marathon Moments


myTeamTriumph Disability Inclusion

You can help support in the goal for disability inclusion by becoming a volunteer, donating, or becoming an mTT athlete.

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