Men diagnosed with cancer 23 years ago have run 25 half horses and 12 horses.

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 Men diagnosed with cancer 23 years ago have run 25 half horses and 12 horses.


As early as 1995, Schweibeck had a severe rash on his legs, when he felt something was wrong. Over the next year, he tried to find the cause, but the symptoms got worse. Until the autumn of 1996, through blood tests and bone marrow tests, Schweibeck was diagnosed as a non-Hodgkins lymphoma stage 4, a malignant tumor.

Subsequently, Schweibeck began a painful treatment process. After the malignant tumors entered the remission stage, he suffered from pneumonia again. The 178-centimeter-tall Schweibeck suffered only 116 Jin from illness. Until the summer of 1998, when Schweibecks condition was alleviated, he decided to improve his strength and health by running. Schweibeck joined the U.S. Army National Guard at the age of 17, so he has a certain base for running.

Because of his weakness and illness, Schweibeck had a difficult start to running, even walking. But he persevered, and in the spring of 1999, Schweibeck was able to complete 5K and 10K runs. In September, Schweibeck signed up for the Sioux Falls fall half marathon. Since then, Schweibeck, who started his running career, has been running three to four times a week, usually three 5-kilometer runs and one 16-kilometer run on weekends. Through running training, Schweibecks weight gradually increased, and his physical health gradually improved. At present, Schweibeck has completed 25 half-horse and 12 all-horse races, there are many 5K and 10K races. Although Schweibeck said he didnt care about his results, he still remembered the best marathon results. He ran 3 hours, 14 minutes and 56 seconds in the 2001 Chicago Marathon. Source: Netease Sports Author: Changbao Responsible Editor: Yang Shuo_NS4396

Because of his weakness and illness, Schweibeck had a difficult start to running, even walking. But he persevered, and in the spring of 1999, Schweibeck was able to complete 5K and 10K runs. In September, Schweibeck signed up for the Sioux Falls fall half marathon.

Since then, Schweibeck, who started his running career, has been running three to four times a week, usually three 5-kilometer runs and one 16-kilometer run on weekends. Through running training, Schweibecks weight gradually increased, and his physical health gradually improved.

At present, Schweibeck has completed 25 half-horse and 12 all-horse races, there are many 5K and 10K races. Although Schweibeck said he didnt care about his results, he still remembered the best marathon results. He ran 3 hours, 14 minutes and 56 seconds in the 2001 Chicago Marathon.