Bryan Patchen is a father, husband, cancer survivor, LIVESTRONG Leader, triathlete. Here is his story:

“In 2008, I was diagnosed with and treated for Thyroid Cancer. After a rough year of treatment and med adjustments, I competed in my first sprint triathlons. A year later I was declared Cancer Free. In order to celebrate my full recovery, I decided to participate in several races to include the Paris Marathon, Berlin Marathon, and Antwerp Ironman 70.3 Triathlon and raise money for the Lance Armstrong Foundation.

My fundraising efforts began with a goal of $1000 for my run in Paris. Thanks to the generosity of my friends and family, I was able to meet that goal. The race went well and I continued to raise money, reaching over $1600 by the end of my “Remission Euro Tour 2010.”

Final list of events for 2010
Paris Marathon
Deutsche Weinstraße Halb marathon
Metz Triathlon
Bonn Triathlon
Baumholder Triathlon
Antwerp Ironman 70.3 Triathlon
Saarschleife-Halb marathon
Berlin Marathon

“For 2011, I was selected to join Team LIVESTRONG in the London Marathon. I raised over $5000 in this effort, and fundraising continues through the end of the year.”

Events for 2011 include
Rome Marathon
London Marathon
Baumholder Triathlon (Olympic)
Cologne Triathlon (Olympic)




Weinstraße Halb marathon

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