TRACK TRAINING STARTS NOW (NYC)
He’s run 47 seconds for 400m, 1:47 for 800m, and spent the past 3 years preparing The D10’s athletes for success.
Track training sessions with Coach Ted Towle are back. Join Coach Ted beginning beginning this Saturday, February 18th at 8am. Here’s how;
- Login to your D10 profile
- Visit https://nyc.thed10.com/training_classes
- Click the RSVP button next to the session(s) you will attend
- You MUST RSVP to attend
- You’ll receive a confirmation email
- Show up
- Space is limited. First come first serve.
Integrity and accountability policy: No-shows who do not provide prior notice are precluded for RSVP’ing for subsequent sessions.…
Athlete: Matt Dionis, Circle Financial
In the spring of 2012 my dad was diagnosed with an aggressive form of lymphoma. After an emergency surgery and months of intense chemotherapy and radiation he was thankfully declared cancer-free. As we were getting used to things going “back to normal” in our family, we received a phone call that my mother-in-law had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She fought a similar battle and thankfully reached the same cancer-free outcome. Both my dad and mother-in-law will tell you that their healthy lifestyles leading up to, as well as during, their…
Athlete: Stern Chamblain
Competing in The BOSTON D10’s Inaugural event in 2016 was by
far one of the best moments of my life. Just about a year ago, I was
“pressured” by my wife and good friend Jim Norcott (Boston’s D10 Champion), to
sign up. I kept telling them that I
wasn’t in the best shape and hated the thought of competing in a few of the events
(the 400 meter and 800 meter run to be exact…). I grew up playing basketball,
so I was more accustomed to running short sprints. It had been years…
and Entrepreneurs gather to discuss the business and future of burgeoning $3T
economy of mind & body
Boston, MA -- (January 26th, 2017) – Best-selling
author of Sweat Equity: Inside the New
Economy of Mind & Body, Jason Kelly, moderates an all-star panel of
Boston’s leaders in athletic footwear, fitness, and health at Boston’s SWEAT
EQUITY reception on Monday, January 30th from 7-9:00pm at Pioneer
Investments’ office in downtown Boston.
A limited quantity of tickets is available only
online at -- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boston-sweat-equity-reception-tickets-30464643569
Boston’s thought leaders include;
- Marcus Wilson, Founder of
Hingham-based footwear provider,…
Market: New York
Athlete: Chris Chiodo, Morgan Stanley
In October, 1996 the Yankees were down 2 games to none in the World Series, and my dad was just finishing his third surgery and going through intense rounds of chemotherapy. I was 7 years old at the time and it was tough to grasp the severity of what was going on, but it was clear that things were not looking good. People were anticipating the end. But with a lot of prayer and a lot of science, the doctors and nurses at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center got my dad…
Athlete: Emily Ruyle, Marathon Oil Company
Several years ago I read something in the paper about The D10 and thought that’s really neat. Fast forward to 2016 and a friend of mine posted on Facebook about The D10 coming to Houston…turns out that friend is married to Dave Maloney, Founder and Executive Producer of The D10. I’m quite a competitive person and thought this would be a really fun way to focus my training all while raising money for a great cause.
I had a training plan and was focusing on my running, as I knew…
Athlete: Julie Berkshire, Engvall & Lopez LLP
When I was first presented with the challenge of competing in The D10, I was intrigued. My collegiate soccer career ended in 2010, but I had missed competing so much that I returned to the field in 2014 when an opportunity to play overseas presented itself. I had never been interested in marathons or individual competitions after college. I was drawn to the D10 for several reasons, but the two biggest were the fundraising and team aspects.
Everyone has been affected by cancer in someway, and The D10's support of…
Athlete: Ken Gustafson, KEG.Capital
I was intrigued with The D10 when I saw the flagship event on NBC Sports Network. A wide-range of executive athletes competing for a great cause: defeating cancer. When I discovered the premier Houston event was planned for November 2016 benefiting MD Anderson, I was sure I could hold my own after having participated in both the New York City and Boston marathons.
Cancer is a disease that is as ruthless as it is indiscriminant. Both of my parents battled it and my father survived; young friends with active lives were…