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As we enter into the final month of the year, let’s take a look at the top 5 stories that we published from November.

5. Brett Favre and Sqor Founder Brian Wilhite Sqor-ing With Today’s Athletes

“Wilhite recognized what was missing on the social media landscape was a place for athletes to go where they can escape the craziness of the garden-variety social media sites all while working on building up their brand and using the platform to help advance and raise money for worthy causes.For good measure, Wilhite brought in future Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre.”

4. First Man to Stand-Up Paddleboard from Canada to Mexico Brings Awareness About Depression and PTSD

“When you get a flesh wound, the immediate reaction is to triage the wound, assess the severity of the injury, and take appropriate steps to provide the best outcome for healing. Well, what happens when your injury is internal and you are unable to see that you are wounded? How do you save yourself from bleeding out?”

3. The 25-Year-Old Spanish Teacher Who Saved a High School Football Team

“Brittney Garner became the first female head coach of a high school football team in the state of Tennessee for one reason: the team needed her.”

2. Exclusive with Christiaan “Otter” Bailey, The First Paraplegic Big Wave Surfer

“Since getting back in the water, Bailey is the first paraplegic to win the WSA Championships, the first to ride Mavericks (a famous winter surf spot in California where the break is formed by a sharp underwater rock formation), and to date, the only Big Wave paraplegic surfer.”

1. Disabled MMA Fighters Set to Square Off Despite Having Cerebral Palsy and Down Syndrome

“There’s not limits, there’s situations,” Steffan said. “It’s just about coming up with what works best for you.”