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Purpose2Play’s Top 16 Stories Of 2016

December 31, 20160

It was another incredible year at Purpose2Play. We’re honored to be the media outlet some of the world’s most inspiring athletes choose to tell their stories to. Before we move
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Suzy Favor Hamilton, Gevvie Stone, And More Athletes Reflect On Gratitude And Their Thanksgiving Traditions

November 24, 20160

Happy Thanksgiving, Purpose2Play readers! In honor of the day, we checked in with six athletes we did feature stories on this year to see what their Thanksgiving traditions are and
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P2P’s Top Five Stories: September 2016

October 1, 20160

Looking back at our top five stories from September, which include features on some athletes with extraordinarily rich narratives. 5. South Dakota High School Football Team Suits Up Every Sunday
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U.S. Rowing Silver Medalist Gevvie Stone Moves Swiftly On Water, Up The Ranks In Medicine

September 26, 20160

  By Kim Constantinesco If you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of U.S. rowing silver medalist Gevvie Stone. She’s the one moving swiftly on top of the water and
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Stein Hoff Rowing Solo Across North Atlantic Ocean at 70 Years Old

May 16, 20160

Row, row, row your boat, but Stein Hoff, 70, won’t be gently rowing down any stream. The Norwegian man set off on Sunday from a pier in Manhattan. The nose
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Coxless Crew Becomes First All-Female Team To Row Across The Pacific

January 25, 20160

Imagine spending 257 days rowing across the Pacific Ocean, only stopping twice (in Hawaii and Samoa) between the United States and Australia to restock supplies. That’s what the Coxless Crew
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P2P’s Five Most Read Stories: January 2015

February 1, 20150

With January in the books, it’s time to look back on our top five stories from the first month of 2015. We tapped into boxing, running, and rowing. Not bad
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In 2015, Let the Story Of Roz Savage Be Your Inspiration

January 1, 20150

  By Eric Mergens We use beginnings and endings as trail markers along our lives to assess where we have come from, what we have accomplished, and perhaps most importantly
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