Athletchics

January 2015

January 2015 Athletchics Ski Dreamers – The Tale of Two Athletchics By Cyndie Zahner Despite being legally blind, Staci Mannella has no fear of skiing down the side of a mountain. “It’s not hard. I’ve skied visually impaired for my entire life, so skiing is much like walking to me,” she said. “If I can’t … Continue reading January 2015

February 2015

February 2015 Athletchic Fit for Life Is your life on the right course? Every once in awhile we meet someone who we know is doing what they were meant to do. How did they find themselves? Sometime in everyone’s life, the big question surfaces. What are we really meant to do? It’s hard to answer, … Continue reading February 2015

March 2015

  What is an Athletchic ? From a male’s point of view: To me, an Athletchic is a female athlete who is CRAZY about life. An Athletchic is a doer, not a talker. She puts the cheesecake in the trash, lays down the fork, gets her butt off the couch and goes out and does … Continue reading March 2015

April 2015

Athletchic Mom Erin Ratke and her Mountain Dew Mountain Challenge Two of the greatest gifts a mom can give her child are self confidence and unconditional love.  Wrap those gifts in an adventure-packed weekend, and you’ve planted the seeds to a healthy, happy life. Erin Ratke was a standout basketball and soccer player in high school and … Continue reading April 2015

May 2015

Carol Crandall said running the Boston Marathon might have been the hardest thing she’s ever done. “The weather was brutal–25 mile per hour headwinds, rain and wind chills in the 30s,” she told Athletchic. “And heartbreak hill broke me.” Yet broken or not, Crandall crossed that finish line and garnered entrance into an elite and heralded … Continue reading May 2015

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