Alberta Cancer Foundation - Triathlon

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Thank you for coming alongside me and supporting my efforts in helping the Alberta Cancer Foundation bring the latest discoveries right here to our province, delivering faster results to Alberta’s cancer patients. Every dollar raised directly supports Albertans facing cancer, so please consider making a donation to this very important cause.

On behalf of the 43 Albertans who hear the words “you have cancer” everyday, thank you helping me accelerate change and for honouring Alberta’s cancer patients with your generous gift.

My father Malcolm Stinson was diagnosed at age 49 in 2009 with Multiple Myeloma. During his stem cell transplant, he kept a positive attitude through athleticism by bringing his bike with him at the Cross-Cancer Institute. Within a year, he was competing competitively with triathlon and by 2011 he traveled to Beijing for the Triathlon World Championships. My dad has been active his whole life. He played ice/ball hockey  with accomplishments such as being a part of the Ball Hockey Hall of Fame top point leaders and coached team Canada at the worlds in ball hockey. Since I was 6 my father, my younger sister Victoria, and I raced BMX racing from provincial to world class level. Above all triathlon was his passion, he competed at the Hawaii Iron Man and was 5-time competitor at ITU Triathlon worlds. I am very proud of my dad and all his accomplishments. He has been a super hero to me since I was a child especially with his ability to bike down Groat road exceeding the speed limit and passing cars. In his professional life my father created and manufactured products carried nationally by Home Depot and Rona, laser tag, and a line of custom interior doors and wainscoting that are sold across western Canada. Now he wants to raise awareness and give back to Multiple Myeloma research by racing a ½ Iron man a day for the month of July. 


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7/5/2017Best wishes to you and your loved ones! Because of people like you, cancer patients have hope!Tim Rochemont
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