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The incredible community of Athleta Esprit de She participants continues to inspire us every day. Meet amazing women who embody the spirit of her; each are true champions and allow us to connect with everyday inspirations.

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  • August Share Your Story Winner: Georgina Bola

  • 08/05/2014, 3:45pm CDT, By Georgina Bola
  • After years of being forced to sit on the sidelines suffering from Reynauds Syndrome and fibromyalgia, Georgina Bola was ready to be part of the race. She finished her first Athleta Espirt de She Duathlon in 2013 and is now busy crossing off items on her “Athletic Bucket List.”
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  • July Share Your Story Winner: Kati Reyburn

  • 07/01/2014, 10:15am CDT, By Kati Reyburn
  • Suffering from migraines and weight gain, Kati Reyburn knew she needed to do something. She changed her eating habits, walked every day and eventually swam, biked and ran her way into first place at the Athleta Esprit de She Tempe Triathlon.
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  • June Share Your Story Winner: Jenny Paul

  • 06/03/2014, 9:00am CDT, By Jenny Paul
  • Tired of never doing anything for herself, Jenny decided it was time to make a big change in her life. She has inspired others along her journey and is determined to keep pushing her boundaries.
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  • May Share Your Story Winner: Ruth Becker

  • 05/06/2014, 8:30am CDT, By Ruth Becker
  • At the age of 37, Ruth was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. Determined to get her health back on track, Ruth completed her first Athleta Esprit de She 5K and has set the stage for herself again this year.
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  • April Share Your Story Winner: Nancy K.T. Lovaas

  • 04/07/2014, 10:15am CDT, By By Nancy K.T. Lovaas
  • After being diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of 20, Nancy K.T. Lovaas runs in hopes that it will empower herself and other girls who face physical disadvantages to be as healthy as they can.
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