Eight years ago, I sat in a doctor's office as he threw around words like surgery, biopsy, and non-Hodkin's lymphoma. Though somewhat stunned at the urgency with which the doctors were considering options, I was fairly stoic about the overall discussion. There was little to be gained from wigging out over "possibly" and "potentially." A minor bit of surgery and some time with a microscope was all that was needed for concrete information.
Just who is this Iron Pol?
A former out of shape sailor, who became a marathoner, then a triathlete, Ironman, and ultramarathoner. Now, life has pushed me into short track speed skating. More important than the titles is the lifestyle, and sharing it with others.