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Badass Women of OCR – Lisabeth Cuppoletti

By |June 13th, 2018|

After surviving a terrible car accident, she was told at the age of 32 she would never be the same. Lisabeth Cuppoletti decided not to just lie down and accept what was going on, but decided to focus on becoming strong again. This is her story.

Badass Women of OCR – Sheena Hauf

By |June 6th, 2018|

Sheena Hauf was brought to my attention for this series by members of the OCR community. When writing these articles, I try and find women who are relatable and badass in their own ways. After completing multiple marathons and triathlons, she wanted a change of pace.

Badass Women of OCR – Sarah Horsburgh

By |March 21st, 2018|

In the OCR community, we all come from a variety of backgrounds, families and well lifestyles. Sarah Horsburgh is no exception. This 31-year-old single parent chooses to embrace a healthy lifestyle with her family. Taking her love of fitness and lifestyle to the next level, Sarah created the Sharklife Obstacle course race - a course designed for kids by kids.

Badass Women of OCR – Kim DeVoss

By |March 14th, 2018|

In our OCR community at large, everyone has a story to tell. The stories from members of our community most often contain the reason why they signed up for their first race, and continue to keep going when times are tough.  Kim DeVoss suffered two back to back tragedies in her life, Tough Mudder brought her back to life, out of the darkness.

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Badass Women of OCR – Adriane Alvord

By |March 7th, 2018|

I first learned about Adriane Alvord on the World's Toughest Podcast. Listening to her story, I got emotional. Here was a survivor of domestic abuse who was able to use OCR and racing as a way to survive, and feels alive again in her own life. She was able to get out of a truly awful situation in life and has become an OCR force of nature. 

Badass Women of OCR – Heather Bode

By |February 28th, 2018|

I first heard about Heather Bode through the Overcome and Run Podcast I was listening to on the way to work one morning. As an OCR racer, I found it quite interesting to hear the take on everything OCR from a husband and wife team.

Badass Women of OCR – Candice McKnight

By |February 21st, 2018|

Candice McKnight is a Badass Woman in OCR as she has embraced change, constantly faces her fears, and is pushing herself to do more and be more. She has come so far in her health journey, and I am excited to share her story with you all.

  • Michelle Ford

Badass Women of OCR – Michelle Ford

By |January 31st, 2018|

Michelle Ford is a true inspiration to us all. I watched in November as she came in third place at World's Toughest Mudder. The entire time that I saw her on the live footage she was smiling, happy and looked like she was having a great time. It was her positive and genuine spirit that made me want to feature her in this article series - not to mention the fact that she is a genuine badass.

Badass Women of OCR – Lisa Nondorf

By |January 24th, 2018|

Lisa Nondorf had been brought to my attention before as someone that needed to be profiled for this series. She has a background in competitive gymnastics and diving, which provides her with a versatile skill set for the OCR (mental grit, discipline, and stamina). In this, her third season of OCR she has been able to podium 8 out of 10 races.

Badass Women of OCR – Cerys Cook

By |January 3rd, 2018|

As the Director of people and culture at the PUR Company, Cerys Cook works hard to build and foster an amazing team of individuals. In fact, the PUR Company was recently awarded the 2017 Most Admired Corporate Culture in Canada award. Building the best corporate culture in Canada was not an easy task, and I am sure that Cerys is very proud of the team that she continues to develop.

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