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From Car To Turf, Chargers’ RB Ryan Mathews Pushed Through

January 4, 20140

He had just rushed for 127 yards and a touchdown. The performance put him over 1,000 yards on the season. He had helped his team beat the Denver Broncos, handing
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First Man With Cerebral Palsy Climbs Kilimanjaro, Completes Ironman

January 2, 20141

Sometimes in order to keep a secret, you have to disguise it from yourself. With help from his parents, Bonner Paddock, 38, concealed his disability for the first 30 years
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Man Dribbles Two Basketballs Continuously in Marathons to Inspire

December 29, 20130

Running a marathon may be crazy, but to do it dribbling two basketballs continuously has to be insane, right? If you’re Darren Weissman, 31, (a.k.a. Dr. Dribble), it’s just another
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Fitness Saved NYC’s Matt Long After Being Struck By Charter Bus

December 23, 20130

There’s taking a bite out of the Big Apple and then there’s eating it to the core, taking the biggest breath imaginable, and spitting the seeds out onto the taxi-filled
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Broncos’ Eric Decker and Wife Jessie James Support Military Service Dogs

December 20, 20132

Dogs set the anchor of unconditional love and service in our lives. Even without words, they limit the drift of positivity, confidence, and hope. Perhaps no one knows that better
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No Longer Running from Africa, U.S. Marathoner Meb Keflezighi Thrives

December 9, 20130

The playing of the national anthem has more meaning to some Americans than others. “When the Star-Spangled Banner plays on Sunday or any race, it brings tears to my eyes,”
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Resilience in Nuggets’ G Randy Foye Shines Bright

December 7, 20130

Denver Nuggets guard Randy Foye, 30, is different from other NBA players inside and out. Biologically speaking, Foye was born with situs inversus, which means that the organs in his
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Pro Snowboarder Kimmy Fasani Found Fun In Working Her Way Back From Injury

December 6, 20130

  When the focus is on internal progression, amazing external surprises are sure to follow. Professional snowboarder Kimmy Fasani is no stranger to looking inward for strength in order to
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Broncos’ G Zane Beadles Doesn’t Just Play, He Influences the Cancer Community

December 5, 20130

  Originally posted Aug 26, 2013 on PredominantlyOrange.com Perhaps in a different lifetime, Denver Broncos’ starting left guard Zane Beadles was an elephant roaming the great arid deserts of Africa
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Broncos Fan Watches Team While Fighting His Own Battle

December 3, 20130

Originally posted Oct. 27, 2012 on Predominantly Orange A No. 18 orange jersey was delicately draped across the end of a white uniform hospital bed as “I Go Back” by
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Presli Collins’ Memorable Date with Tim Tebow

November 28, 20131

Originally posted March 9, 2012 on PredominantlyOrange.com As humans, we have an interesting relationship with time. We think about it a lot. How to spend it, how to make the
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